December 3, 2020

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Unilorin Law graduate sets to become the youngest SAN in Nigeria

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Muyiwa Atoyebi, a graduate of the University of Ilorin, is among the 38 lawyers to be conferred with the senior advocate of Nigeria (SAN) title.

Aged 34, Atoyebi is the youngest Nigerian lawyer elevated to that height.

In a statement, Hadizatu Mustapha, secretary of the Legal Practitioners’ Privileges Committee (LPPC) said the new SANs would be sworn in during the 2019/2020 new legal year of the supreme court in September. 

SAN is conferred on Nigerian lawyers who have practiced for not less than 10 years, and have achieved distinction in the profession. 

Below are the names of the new SANs:

Adedoyin Oyinkan Rhodes-Vivour 

Abdullahi Haruna 

Manga Muhammed Nurudeen 

Adedayo Toba Apapta 

John Onuegbulam Asoluka 

Adedokun Mathew Makinde

Daniel Chukwudi Enwelum 

Emmanuel Adeyeye Oyebanji

Tuduru Uchendu Ede

Abdul Olajide Ajana 

Ama Vemaark Etuwewe

Oladipo Adekorede Olasope 

Leslie Arthur Olutayo Nylander 

Olusegun Oyediran Fowowe

Andrew Essien Hutton 

Olukayode Abayomi Enitan 

Paul Harris Adakole Ogbole 

Olaniyi Maruph Olopade 

Samuel Ngozi Agweh 

Olusegun Omoniyi Jolaawo 

Alphonsus Okoh Alubo 

Ayo Asala 

Abiodun Adediran Olatunji 

Olumide Andrew Aju 

Chimezie Victor Chikwem Ihekweazu 

Mamman Lawan 

Uchefula Ugonna Chikwumaeze 

Ebun-Olu Samuel Adegboruwa 

Usman Ogwu Sule 

Safiya Umar Badamasi 

Echezona Chukwudi Etiaba 

Godwin Osemeahon Omoaka 

Emeka Onyemaechi Ozoani 

Alexander Chukwudi Ejesieme 

Jephthah Chikodi Njikonye 

Aikhunegbe Anthony Malik 

Alhassan Akeje Umar 

Oyetola Muyiwa Atoyebi

Source: http://bit.ly/UCJNEWS2TrLh0O

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