Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama rounded up his stay in the garden city of Port Harcourt with a lavish breakfast organized by the Young Lawyers’ Forum, NBA, Port Harcourt branch at Landmark hotel, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

The young lawyers informed the Learned Silk that this was another way of expressing their gratitude to him for the prominent role he plays in advancing the legal profession for young lawyers through the Hon. Justice Chukwudifu Oputa JSC (Rtd) Mentoring Program organized by J-K Gadzama LLP.

The Learned Silk, who is currently the chairman of the Mentorship Committee of the Body of Benchers was elated as the show of love from young lawyers and other members of the NBA, Rivers State contributed to his pleasant and fruitful stay in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

With smiles on their faces, the lawyers enjoyed their breakfast as various food items were on display in the restaurant at Landmark hotel. They also had a round table discussion with the Learned Silk which afforded them the opportunity to brainstorm on ideas and discuss salient issues affecting the Bar. The Learned Silk encouraged the lawyers and urged them to keep up the good work.

In attendance were: Hon. Nimi Walson Jack Jack, past general secretary of NBA; Mr. Kingsley Nyesom Chinda; Mrs. Cordelia Eke; past secretary of NBA, Port Harcourt; Mr. Ezechimenum Adums, welfare chairman of NBA, Port Harcourt branch (YLF); Mr. Victor Agala; Mr. Tamunokuro Akuro George; Mr. Adebayo Williams; Mr. David Ameh; Ms. Dorcas Gibson; Mr. Ebuka Samuel; Ms. Nerissa Obiecheton; Ms. Sophia Ugwuorah; Mr. Nwaiwu Patrick; Mr. Akuro Enoch; Mr. Godsent Elenwa; Mr. Williams Abayomi; Ms. Ruth Itama; Ms. Goodness Keneboh; Mr. Randolph Fiberesima; Ms. Harmony Chikodili; Mr. Obinichi Ugo; Mr. Augustine Obed Emeka; Wejinya Anwuri; Evidence Asite Agwor amongst many others.

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