•Voting Power to all the legal practitioners
All the legal practitioners, you need to pay you Bar Practicing Fee so that we can collectively demonstrate the power of our vote during the forthcoming Nigerian Bar Association National Election in July.
The election is now open to all lawyers who are in good standing (paid their BPF as at when due) and the window is still open till March 31st.
With the online voting Universal Suffrage adopted in the 2015 Abuja AGC, you and I can positively impact the development of the Nigerian Bar/Legal Profession in Nigeria with our votes from the comfort of our office or home.
This is a service to the profession. We cannot go on complaining, each of us must take responsibility for the decline in professional among lawyers and take action towards correcting the wrong.
Article 2.2 (f) NBA Constitution, 2015.
“All members of the Association shall be eligible to vote at the general election for National Executives, provided that such members must belong to a branch and must have paid both their Practicing Fees and Branch Dues as at when due, and are duly registered to vote at that election.”
Please keep this in mind and let’s make a strong statement in July. Stay connected here for update on how you can register to vote at this year’s election. This is one way of building the legal profession in Nigeria.
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