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Political aspirants should undergo medical examination – Barr. Ashaolu

Political aspirants should undergo medical examination – Barr. Ashaolu

Titus Olasupo Ashaolu’s (SAN) contribution to the legal profession in Kwara state and beyond can never be over-emphasised. In this interview, the onetime Attorney General of the state speaks with KAYODE ADEOTI on the controversy that has trailed letter written by the President Muhammed Buhari to the Senate over his medical vacation among other germane […]

Day an omission delayed our judgement for two years – Ademola

Day an omission delayed our judgement for two years – Ademola

Abidemi Gabriel Ademola had his first degree in Banking and Finance and had worked for several years with bank of Commerce and Industry, as well as Savannah bank before pulling out to delve into telecommunication business. But, due to the strong passion he had developed for the legal profession while working as a clerk in […]

Traumatised, aggrieved day my case was transferred – Ojibara

Traumatised, aggrieved day my case was transferred – Ojibara

Barrister Mobolaji Ojibara was the Publicity Secretary of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), Ilorin Branch and the immediate past chairman of it. After his first degree (LL.B) from Bayero University, Kano 1998, he was called to the Nigeria Bar in 2000. He also had his (LL.M) from Obafemi Awolowo and is currently undergoing his Ph.D […]

Day Judge nudged me to continue case as rookie

Day Judge nudged me to continue case as rookie

Olayinka Dauda Jimoh is a strong member of the Young Lawyers Association, Ilorin branch. His selfless service to the development of the association has placed him in good stead in the legal profession. The current lead counsel in Armstrong Attorney in Ilorin had his LLB in University of Ilorin and was called to the Nigerian […]

Anxiety, trepidation day I held brief for my boss – Abubakar

Anxiety, trepidation day I held brief for my boss – Abubakar

Gambari Abubakar is the lead counsel of Gambari Abubakar & Co in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital. He had his Diploma in Law from Kwara State Polytechnic before proceeding to Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto where he had his First Degree in 2003. After he was called to the Nigeria bar, he had his pupilage with […]

NBA stamp and seal has reduced quackery – Ojibara

NBA stamp and seal has reduced quackery – Ojibara

Barrister Mobolaji Ojibara is the former Chairman of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), Ilorin branch, in this interview, he discusses with KAYODE ADEOTI measures the association has put in place to check quackery practices in the legal profession among other germane issues. Excerpts: As the former Chairman of the NBA, Ilorin branch, do you have […]

Quirered before Judge 1st day I appeared for my boss

Quirered before Judge 1st day I appeared for my boss

After his first degree in Islamic studies at Usman Danfodio University, 2002, for his strong passion for law, Malik Abdulmajeed Folorunsho proceeded to University of Ilorin to study Combine Law and he graduated 2013. After wards, he had his B.L in Kano Campus and was called to the Nigerian Bar, 2014. In this interview, the […]

Sagay Saga: Lawmakers charged on peace, national interest – Olaitan

Sagay Saga: Lawmakers charged on peace, national interest – Olaitan

In this interview with KAYODE ADEOTI, the principal counsel of Olaitan Shaa’fi and associate as well as a renowned litigant in Kwara state, Barrister Olaitan Taiwo Nureni speaks on the need for our lawmakers to strengthen peace among other germane issues. Excerpt: We have the bar and the bench, which one should be blamed for […]

No law forbids lobbying in Nigeria – Abaya

No law forbids lobbying in Nigeria – Abaya

Ahmed Abaya is one of the principal counsels of Armstrong Attorney, an Ilorin-based law firm, in this interview with KAYODE ADEOTI, he speaks on the likely reasons Magu was rejected as the substantive EFCC boss among other issues. Excerpt: The allegation of corruption has been on the increase in the judicial system of our country, […]

Day my utterance provoked judge’s wrath – Gambari

Day my utterance provoked judge’s wrath – Gambari

Abdulhameed Afolabi Sulu Gambari was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1992. He had worked in different law firms in the country including A.O Muhammed & Co in Ilorin before establishing Bawa-Allah Chambers (2004) in Ilorin, the Kwara state capital. In this interview with KAYODE ADEOTI, the jurist speaks on his unforgettable day in court. […]