NBA Past National Welfare Secretary Adesina Adegbite (AA) Attends NBA Abeokuta Branch Monthly Meeting, Congratulates the Branch on Its Successful Election

A homecoming: [Centre in suit] Adesina Adegbite (AA) warmly received by the leadership and members of NBA Abeokuta Branch.

Adesina Adegbite (AA) on Wednesday 25th of August, joined members of NBA Abeokuta Branch at their Monthly meeting. AA congratulated the Kamil Abolade (Chairman) led executive and charged them to justify the confidence reposed in them by the members.

Adegbite expressed his delight at the large attendance of members at the meeting. He was full of praises for the leaders and members of NBA Abeokuta Branch for ensuring the eventual conduct of a successful Branch election after nearly a year of division. He specially appreciated the past chairmen and leaders of the Branch for making the peaceful transition a possibility. He enjoined them to continue to support the new Executives through their attendance at meetings and support for the programmes of the Branch.

AA who is a native of Abeokuta, Ogun State stated that he was home as NBA Abeokuta Branch is his home Branch. He pledged to always support the Branch in its activities. Also, while delivering his speech, AA commended the Attorney General of Ogun State, Mr. Gbolahan Adeniran for introducing the Ogun Public Interest Law Partnership (OPILP) initiative. He said the initiative which is similar to what is obtainable in Lagos State will improve access to justice by indigent citizens and enhance the process of justice delivery system.

He therefore encouraged members of Abeokuta Branch to enlist as partners on the project. The meeting was attended by some past Chairmen and Branch leaders including the immediate past Attorney General of the State, Dr. Olumide Ayeni SAN.

Adesina Adegbite (AA) shares some thoughts with distinguished gathering.
Staying in touch: Adesina Adegbite (AA) networks with colleagues at during the event.


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