SIR DORN CKLAIMZ ENAMHE was Chief of Staff to former Cross River State Deputy Governor, Chief John Okpa. He also served as Special Adviser on Youth to Governor Liyel Imoke and subsequently as Special Adviser (Branding and New Media) to Governor Ben Ayade.

A Chattered Mediator (UK) with expertise in mediation and workplace conflict, Enamhe holds degrees in Agriculture, Sociology, Environmental Science, Education, Law, Public Administration and Political Science.

He is the Alumni Relations Officer for the University of Calabar (UNICAL); Member, NBA Remuneration Committee; Council Member, NBA SPIDEL; National President, Association of Professional Negotiators and Mediators (APNM); Senior Lecturer, University of Calabar, and Deputy Director at DOBOC.

Enamhe is reputed as an avid, principled and well-driven environmentalist with interests in teaching, conflict resolution and peace building.

In this article, he marshals reasons why former NBA General Secretary Afam Osigwe SAN should be elected as the next NBA President.

Mazi Afam Osigwe has over time prepared himself for leadership. His complete understanding of the inner workings of the life of an ordinary lawyer has endeared him to almost all Nigerian lawyers.

So I’m not surprised with the love and followership he has received from both NBA branches in Abia and IMO State. His outing at the football match is a welcome development.

Having decided to run for office of President of NBA, I call on Nigerian lawyers to take advantage of the entrance to the race of a complete Bar-man, Mazi Afam Osigwe SAN who has over time been able to connect with the average lawyer in Nigeria.

The need for Mazi to be elected includes amongst others the fact that all young lawyers and most elders in the Bar find it very easy to connect with Mazi.

Beyond sounding immodest, Mazi Afam has raised the bar so high as NBA National Secretary. Beyond putting himself in the shoes of the ordinary lawyer, he listens and he speaks up.

And as chairman of the Remuneration Committee where I serve, I think he is best fit for NBA Presidency.

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