The Social Democratic Party (SDP) presidential candidate, Prince Adewole Adebayo, was named as a guest speaker at the gathering of around 13,000 jurists, under the auspices of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) in Lagos.
The gathering of lawyers, scheduled to last August 19-26, 2022, aims to interrogate issues affecting the profession and society, and to continue to seek innovative ways to advance the administration of justice and provide solutions. value-added legal services to their needs. customers and the environment in which the members of the Association operate.
The letter inviting Prince Adebayo, who is also a lawyer, was signed by Tobenna Erojikwe,
Chairman, Technical Committee on NBA Conference Planning.
The letter reads in part as follows: “On behalf of the National Executive Council and members of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), I am writing to formally invite you, as a guest, to the 62nd edition of the NBA Annual General Conference (“the NBA Conference”), scheduled for August 19-26, 2022 in Lagos State.
“As a result, we look forward to welcoming you as a guest to the Conference, in particular to the opening ceremony, which will take place on Monday, August 22, 2022, as well as to a special session which will follow immediately afterwards, entitled “Democratic Transitions in 21st Century Nigeria: 2023 and Beyond,” he said.
The NBA Conference is the NBA’s flagship event and a main feature of the annual calendar for the Nigerian legal profession.
It offers legal practitioners in Nigeria a unique opportunity to interrogate issues affecting the profession and society and to continue to seek innovative ways to advance justice and provide value-added legal solutions to their clients and society. environment in which the members of the Association operate.
The NBA Conference is also the largest gathering of business, political and opinion leaders on the African continent and will bring together thought leaders in the fields of justice, technology, economics, politics , judicial reforms and the rule of law.
This year’s conference is expected to bring together approximately 13,000 delegates from the bar and judiciary. Also expected are businessmen from different sectors, technocrats as well as political leaders from within and outside Nigeria.