* As Group Places Branch Under Lock And Key
The Nigerian Bar Association, (NBA) Aba branch seems to be experiencing some form of chaos after a chairmanship candidate of the branch was alleged to have directed some of his supporters to make the branch inaccessible.
The direction was alleged to have been given as a sharp reaction to the notice signed by the chairman of the caretaker committee of the branch, disqualifying some members of the branch from contesting its forthcoming election.
Reports reveal that there is an allegation of lack of transparency, hanging on the neck of the caretaker committee making two factions at branch to be at loggerhead with the branch, concerning the notice of disqualification.
Rumour as well carries it that the disqualification of the candidates is not unconnected to their failure to pay their practicing fees and dues. The act of putting the branch under lock and key has inevitably haulted the election of the branch as voters were not able to cast their votes.
TheNigerialawyer recalls that the NBA Aba Branch had earlier disqualified the likes of Uchenna Umenne, Ojukwu Ndubuisi S, Udensi Hippolitus Uzoma, Ifeakor Sylvester Chika and Lady Augusta Chibuka Eleri from contesting the forthcoming election.
The disqualification according to the Press release was the failure of the contestants to attend five meetings within twelve months period prior to June, 2017.
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