[VIDEO] Gadzama, SAN Campaign Receives a Boost as Association of Ebonyi State Lawyers in Lagos Endorses his Candidacy, Promises to Work for his Victory

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The campaign trail of Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama, SAN received an impetus on Saturday, June 19, 2022, when the Association of Ebonyi State Lawyers in Lagos State endorsed Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama, SAN as the best and preferred presidential candidate for the forthcoming NBA election. This decision was arrived at when members of the Association present at the meeting took turn to apprise the pedigree and records of Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama, SAN.

It was said that many young lawyers have benefitted from the professional training and mentorship programmes which Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama, SAN has been relentlessly carrying on over the years, this records clearly show that J-K Gadzama is passionate about the growth and development of young lawyers in Nigeria. There is therefore no doubt that Joe-Kyari Gadzama is pro young lawyers and has the competence and capability to continue from where Mr. Akpata led Administration stops.

Sharing the antecedents of the Association, the Chairman of the Association, Mr. Agbafo Ogbonnaya narrated how the Association endorsed the candidacy of the present President of the NBA Mr. Olumide Akpata in 2020 and Mr. Akpata has not disappointed them. He said having assessed the all the candidates vying for the NBA presidency, Chief Gadzama, SAN stands tall and above others and it is clear that he is the only one with competence and capability to lead the Bar at this critical moment.

After deliberations, it was unanimously agreed and resolved that every member of the Association will not only vote for Chief Gadzama, SAN but will also work for his victory in the forthcoming election.
In confirmation of the resolution, members present at the meeting sang a special song which Mr. Kunle Ogunba, SAN crafted for Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama, SAN 🎼 J-K Now, J-K Now Now!!!🎼


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