The President of the Nigerian Bar Association,Yakubu Maikyau, Inaugurates Probe Committee..

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The President of the Nigerian Bar Association NBA, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria San, Yakubu Maikyau, has inaugurated a 15-member committee to investigate the immediate and remote causes of the sad incident of Tuesday, August 23rd when lawyers broke into the pavilion for the distribution of conference materials, destroyed the booths and carted away bags and other valuables.

The incident occurred during the recently concluded 62nd Annual General Conference of the NBA at the Eko Atlantic City, Lagos.

Maikyau at the swearing-in ceremony yesterday charged the chairman of the investigation committee, the Attorney General of Ekiti State, Wale Fapohunda SAN, and the other members that they have four weeks to submit their findings and recommendations.

They are to make recommendations concerning the incident taking into consideration the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 as amended, the Constitution of the Nigerian Bar Association, 2015 as amended in 2021, Rules of Professional Conduct for Legal Practitioners 2007, and other relevant legislations, policies, and guidelines.

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