Dec 8, 2017

Paul Usoro SAN's Goodwill Message to Bwari Branch of the NBA

It is with immense delight that I felicitate with the executive Committee and the entire members of the Nigerian Bar Association, Bwari Branch, on the auspicious occasion of the Branch’s 2017 Law Week, which commenced on the 7th of December 2017, and accords with the long established legal tradition witnessed every year.

Instructively, the theme of this year’s Law week, to wit: “Making impacts amidst institutional Challenges: Re-working the Bar Vision” depicts the can-do spirit which lawyers must inculcate and imbibe to enhance the delivery of justice to all and enthrone the rule of Law.
The road is truly rough and tough but the end, upon consistency and perseverance, will justify the means. Quitters never win, just as winners never quit.

Indeed we must as Lawyers and leaders, persistently strive to make positive impacts despite organizational and institutional impediments, to achieve meaningful contributions and service to humanity.
I congratulate members of the Branch once again for this giant stride and pray that this Years’s Law week shall usher in tremendous advancements in all ramifications to the Legal profession.

Long Live NBA Bwari Branch!
Long Live the Nigerian Bar Association!
Long Live the Federal Republic of Nigeria!
Yours sincerely

Paul Usoro, SAN, FCIArb. 


  1. The message to the Goodwill of Bwari Branch of the NBA can be seen here. You can enjoy the executive committee and the entire members here. You can be seen for the Nigerian Bar association. There is the proper discussion on the current challenges.

  2. There are just politicians every where while some has done for the benefit of the country and others just come to further fill up their pockets and when they do so they just vanish.


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