Tinubu Hails Maikyau, NBA President-Elect

Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the All Progressive Congress, APC Presidential aspirant has congratulates Y.C Maikyau on his election as the President elect of Nigeria Bar Association, NBA

Recall was Maikyau, sworn in as the 31st President of the NBA, won the election held earlier in July with 38,000 electoral votes.

Tinubu in a statement on Monday described Maikyau’s emergence as eminently deserving the elevated position with which he has been entrusted

His statement read “I congratulate Y. C. Maikyau on his emergence as the 31st President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), following the term expiration of the administration of Olumide Akpata.”

“The commendations and peer endorsements that informed his election and have since trailed his officials wearing-in, underscore Maikyau’s professional success as a legal practitioner and his suitability for the elevated position with which he has been entrusted.”

“Such testimonials inspire absolute confidence in his capacity to fulfil his pledge to take the NBA towards its brightest future”

“The Bar is an important institution, central to the growth and sustenance of Nigeria’s democracy, justice and the rule of law. It’s members are the sworn defenders of our entire system of justice; the edifice undergirding our development, government accountability and respect for fundamental human rights.”

” No nation can survive for long in the absence of these essential values or, therefore, without a well-functioning and organized legal profession”

“I, once more, commend and congratulate Y.C. Maikyau and the new executive leadership of the NBA. Their character and reputation have led to this moment of triumph and the absolute trust of their learned peers”

“I urge them all to maintain a commitment to the values I have espoused above and to the task of carrying the legal profession onto ever greater heights over the course of the next two years.”

“I wish the new NBA administration the very best in all its future endeavours and pray, earnestly, that under their stewardship, the ideal of the legal profession as the last best hope of the common man remains true and alive in our nation.”