Ota Branch (the Utter Bar) of the Nigerian Bar Association on Monday showed love to members of the branch.

TheNigerialawyer reported that the Federal Government declared today, Monday as public holiday in commemoration of the Workers’ Day that fell on Saturday the 1st day of May, 2021.

Sequel to that the branch seized the opportunity to share Palliative to members of her branch.

According to the statement by the PRO, Chinelo Nonyelu – Olayanju Esq, the essence is to assist members to ameliorate the effect of having not been able to work for almost a month now due to the ongoing JUSUN strike.

“The sharing of the Palliative was powered by the Welfare Committee of the branch while members of the branch donated generously to make the welfare palliative scheme a huge success.

“Members of the branch who benefitted from this project were very excited that their well-being is of utmost importance to the Utter Bar and prayed for the continuous growth of the bar and for God to keep blessing the donors.”

Young and old lawyers all benefitted from this project.

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