Abimbola Kayode led faction of the Nigerian  Bar Association (NBA) Abuja branch has defiled the directive of  President Paul Usoro, SAN to hold a unified election for the two factions.

Today, the Electoral Committee of the faction 2020 made known the outcome of the screening exercise conducted for all the candidates.

This is contained in a statement signed by the Chairman and Secretary of the Committee dated 21st day of May, 2020.

According to the statement, it noted that the screening exercise for the 2020 Election which will hold in June was conducted in the presence of all the contestants.

Meanwhile, the outcome of the exercise showed that it was nineteen (19) candidates that were screened. While 13 candidates were cleared, 6 candidates remained uncleared.

In addition, the statement listed the following candidates with their respective status and reasons for the uncleared aspirants:

CHAIRMAN:

Cleared aspirants:
1. M.A Ebute
2. Hauwa Shekarau

Uncleared:
Yakubu Philemon : the two nominators of the candidate did not meet the required meeting attendance.

VICE-CHAIRMAN:
Cleared:
Chioma Onyenucheyanko

Uncleared:
E.M.D Umukoro : nomination form not submitted

SECRETARY:
1. Amauche Onyedum
2. Adebiyi Adetosoye

ASSISTANT SECRETARY:
Cleared:
Chinelo Audrey Ofoegbunam

SOCIAL SECRETARY:
Not cleared:
Terlumun Casmir Adaga : failure to meet the required meeting attendance

TREASURER :
Adedeji Emmanuel Adewale

WELFARE SECRETARY:
Cleared:
Ngozi Agubalu

Uncleared:
Rilwan Ilyasu Idris : nomination form not submitted

PUBLICITY SECRETARY:
1. Ikemefuna Onyeka
2. Adaeze Anah
3. Micheal Awo Ejeh

LEGAL ADVISER:
Cleared:
Jude Okey Ugwuanyi

Uncleared:
Francis Ifesinachi Nwodo : failure to meet the required meeting attendance

NEC REPRESENTATIVE:
Cleared:
Princess F. Frank Chukwuani

Uncleared:
Ogechi Abu : nomination form not submitted.

Finally, the Committee noted that aggrieved aspirants are to appeal to the Election Committee within seven days effective from Friday, 22nd May, 2020.

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