Abimbola Akeredolu SAN

Prize for female Lawyers, 185 answers were received and 83 participants emerged at the second stage of the quiz. They will proceed to the next state on Saturday 23rd of February.

A total 102 correct answers were received out of the 185 answers.  19 answers were disqualified for not registering for the competition by answering the first question and/or for giving two different answers.

The participants who gave the same answer twice qualified in line with the rules of the competition released before Saturday.

The following questions were asked in last Saturday’s quiz:

  1. Every public company shall within a period of …… months from the date of its incorporation, hold a general meeting of the members of the company known as statutory meeting.
  2. 6months

B.12 months

C.15 months

D.18 months

  1.  Mr Kunle filed a case against the Nigerian Police; yesterday for violating his rights in 2010.He stated in his Affidavit that he did not file it since 2010 because he did not have the funds to pay a lawyer. The Counsel representing the Police has filed a notice of Preliminary objection challenging the suit that it has been affected by limitation statute. Considering the provision of limitation in the Enforcement of fundamental human Rights, how long Kunle have under the law to institute his action?
  2. 6 YEARS
  3. 3 YEARS
  4. 10 YEARS
  5. No LIMITATION
  6. When there are before a court affidavits that are irreconcilably in conflict on crucial facts, the court shall for the purpose of resolving the conflicting affidavits arising from the affidavit evidence, ask the parties to :
  7. File a further and better affidavit
  8. Address the court on points of law
  9. Proffer oral evidence
  10. To file a counter affidavit

Answer to Question 1 is A-6 MONTHS see Section 211 of the Companies and Allied Matters Act.

Answer to Question 2 is D-No Limitation see Order 3 Rule 1 of the Fundamental Rights enforcement Procedure Rules.

Answer to Question 3 is C-Proffer Oral Evidence- See Section 116 of the Evidence Act

The 83 Participants have qualified for the third stage coming up on Saturday 23rd of February at 8am. The first 30 contestants to post the correct answer will qualify for the grand finale.

SPECIAL NOTICE:

Contestant should please note that courtroommail.com operates on GMT. When you post your answers at 8am Nigerian time, it will display 7am which is GMT.

Note also that the questions are scheduled sometimes. This means that the questions could be posted any day before the competition day but will not be visible to anyone until 8am when the quiz begins. When it becomes visible, it will bear the date it was scheduled but that does not mean that it has been visible since then.

For more information on those that participated, the answers they gave, the time they answered and the total number of participants click and scroll to the comment section.

Names of Lawyers who qualified for the 3rd stage are as follows:

  1. Angela Akpeji
  2. Queendaline Ubani
  3. Rafiat Shittu
  4. NNeka Chiadika
  5. Pelumi Ayo-Bamikole
  6. Chiamaka Jideofor
  7. Ngozi Ozoemena
  8. Precious Fasanya
  9. Vivian Nwankwor
  10. Avuokerie Aghaleya
  11. Chioma Ekene-Okwunma
  12. Catherine Oduluyi
  13. Vivian Ovie-Whiskey
  14. Abiola Ogedengbe
  15. Modupe Oluwafunmilayo
  16. Damilola Awoyomi
  17. Ebika Onduku
  18. Ogungbesan Mary
  19. Jessica Ashaver
  20. Oshaji Temitope
  21. Busayo Adekunle
  22. Ofudu Elo
  23. Mercy Ayodele
  24. Oluwadamilola Oladimeji
  25. Blessing Efe Oghene
  26. Etimbuk Udofia
  27. Agha Olamma
  28. Ahen Hembe
  29. Ifeoma Megwai
  30. Ifedapo Osadola
  31. Ify Emmanuel
  32. Chimdindu Onyedim
  33. Mistura Mohammed-Yusuf
  34. Success Osasogie
  35. Antoinette Chidinma
  36. Mercy Agbo
  37. Oluwanike Omotayo
  38. Osarugue Eghide
  39. Gloria Enweluzor
  40. Adetutu Akinyemi
  41. Chidiebere Emereuwa
  42. Abiodun Hassan
  43. Hope Kesmen
  44. Nnenda Timothy-Hart
  45. Abimbola Osinubi
  46. Ifeoma Akpotue
  47. Ruth Adewale
  48. Ogochukwu Chinedu
  49. Oke Esther Idisi
  50. Peace Ukaejiofor
  51. Ginika Olisa
  52. Faith Adarighafua
  53. Kanayochukwu Okwor
  54. Rosemary Audu
  55. Amarachi Anyanwu
  56. Betty Biayeibo
  57. Tressie Onyejese
  58. Blessing Ibanga
  59. Felicia Lesi
  60. Chituru Ndamati
  61. Ubokuntom Umana
  62. Chinecherem Nwatu
  63. Sarah Uku
  64. Toyin Adelodun
  65. Olufunke Solanke
  66. Ufedo Abbah
  67. Mobisola Odimegwu
  68. Tolulope Famoroti
  69. Naomi Ekop
  70. Ifunanya Nwosu
  71. Maudlyn Ukaegbu
  72. Margaret Bala Nggada
  73. Nneoma Iwu
  74. Ajarat Yinusa
  75. Isioma Mekunye
  76. Adenike Fagoyinbo
  77. Abimbola Adekoya
  78. Nkemdilim Ihejiagwa
  79. Chidinma Offojebe
  80. Foluke Moronfoye
  81. Taiwo Aladejana
  82. Noah Eniola
  83. Nmesoma Nweze

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