Senior Advocate of Nigeria
Left to him, his 70th birthday anniversary would have come and gone without boisterous bunting, loud drums and dance. He doesn’t really believe in celebrating one’s birthday once a year.
A 91-year-old Professor of Law, Ajagbe Toriola Oyewo, was yesterday, named among 72 lawyers who got the new Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) rank.
In a statement signed by Ms F.R.A Williams, Ladi Rotimi-Williams, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, “died in the early hours of Sunday, October 3 2021.”
Hussaini Zakariyau is the youngest of the 72 lawyers, which the, conferred with the rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) by the Legal Practitioners’ Privileges Committee
28 Feb 2019
Nigerians in their numbers have continued to voice mixed reactions to the process that secured electoral victory for incumbent president Muhammadu Buhari and All Progressive Congress (APC). While some have condemned the electoral umpire for a job haphazardly done, others blame the ruling party for unleashing violence in almost all polling units to disenfranchise people…
4 Feb 2019
A suggestion that there should be a uniform examination for final year university students nationwide to address fallen standards does not deserve any further debate because it is flashy. No doubt, the need for the enhancement of the capability of universities in Nigeria to produce good quality graduates has been widely acknowledged among the various…
11 Dec 2018
Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Gbenga Oyebode has advised insurers to invest in emerging technology driven and efficient distribution channels to improve service delivery. Oyebode lamented that most insurance brokerage firms in the country are passively investing in technology, despite the increasing benefits that come alongside. He stated this during a lecture, titled:…
13 Feb 2018
A Senior Advocate of Nigeria and professor of law, University of Lagos, Wole Smith has urged lawyers and procurement officers in the country to develop laws that would govern contracts in their areas of specialization. According to him, it is safer for the procurement officers to have their own laws. His words: “The…