LIST OF MEMBERS OF COMMITTEES AND COMMITTEES’ TERMS OF REFERENCE

NBA ELECTORAL REFORM COMMITTEE

MEMBERS

  1. Elisha Y. Kura, SAN – Chairman
  2. K. K. Eleja, SAN – Alternate Chairman
  3. Kunle Adegoke, SAN
  4. G. A. I. Mowah, Esq
  5. Mrs. Cordelia Uwuma Eke – Secretary
  6. Prof Osita Nnamani Ogbu, Esq
  7. Mrs. Foluke Akinmoladun
  8. Steve Emelieze, Esq
  9. George Fortune, Esq
  10. Jibrin Jimeta, Esq
  11. Ali Dussah Zubairu, Esq
  12. Ahmed Kehinde Olaniyan, Esq
  13. Wada Ahmed Wada, Esq

TERMS OF REFERENCE:

  1. To interrogate the electoral practices in the Association;
  2. Make recommendations for reforms;
  3. Make proposals for a possible review of the Constitution in that regard;
  4. Take any other step as may be necessary to achieve the objectives of the Committee.

The Committee is expected to submit its Findings and Recommendations within a period of 6 weeks from the date of inauguration.

 

NBA LAW FIRM/INSTITUTIONAL MENTORSHIP COMMITTEE

MEMBERS:

  1. George Etomi, Esq – Chairman
  2. Kemi Pinheiro, SAN – Alternate Chairman
  3. Paul-Harris Ogbole, SAN
  4. Muyiwa Atoyebi, SAN
  5. Chukwuka Ikwuazom, SAN
  6. Moses A. Ebute, SAN
  7. Abdul Muhammed, SAN
  8. Mrs. Mfon Usoro
  9. Tominiyi Owolabi, Esq 
  10. Yemi Lateef Akangbe, Esq
  11. Mrs. Delayo Oriekun – Secretary
  12. Mena Ajakpovi, Esq
  13. Chike Obianwu, Esq
  14. Ikechukwu Onuoma, Esq
  15. Onyebuchibe U. Douglas, Esq

TERMS OF REFERENCE:

  1. Develop the general strategy for engagement and enlistment of interested law firms and legal departments;
  2. Develop the scope, duration and cycles of the mentorship programme;
  3. Set the criteria for participation (for law firms, law departments and interns);
  4. Design the selection and pairing processes;
  5. Design the program outline, which will include such details as the program expectations and deliverables, obligations of the firms to the mentees and vice versa, supervisory role of the NBA, allowances for the interns, etc.
  6. Such other things as may be necessary to achieve the above terms.

The Committee is expected to submit its Findings and Recommendations within a period of 6 weeks from the date of inauguration.

 

NBA EMPLOYMENT BUREAU

MEMBERS:

  1. Sir Steve Adehi, SAN – Chairman
  2. Salman Alhaji Salman – Alternate Chairman
  3. Kofo Sirajuddin Salam-Alada, Esq
  4. Deborah Usman
  5. Ahmad Rufai Khalid, Esq
  6. Hannatu Simon Dauda
  7. Uchenna Nwadialo – Secretary
  8. Micah Ango, Esq
  9. Bamidele Ibikunle, Esq
  10. Banke Olagbegi-Oloba, Esq
  11. Yusuf Abdullahi Abdulkadir, Esq
  12. Mary Omoyeme Musa
  13. Edwin Jackson Ibiomgbo, Esq
  14. Leonard Onoja, Esq
  15. Sani Muhammed Moyi

TERMS OF REFERENCE:

  1. Preparation of the general policy and strategy for market engagement;
  2. Development and implementation of access to government opportunities/program;
  3. Development and implementation of access to private sector opportunities/program;
  4. Development and implementation of access to underserved and emerging sectors’ programs;
  5. Development and implementation of the SMEs and Sub-urban areas opportunities’ program;
  6. Development and implementation of Legal Services Entrepreneurship and Apprenticeship Program to support lawyers in the set-up of micro to small-sized law firms and, where possible, legal entrepreneurs in other businesses;
  7. And such other things as may be necessary to achieve the above terms.

The Committee is expected to submit its Findings and Recommendations within a period of 6 weeks from the date of inauguration.

 

NBA REMUNERATION COMMITTEE

MEMBERS:

  1. Abdullahi Yahya, SAN – Chairman
  2. Dr Attah Ochinke – Alternate Chairman
  3. Barbara Omosun – Secretary
  4. Rhoda Prevail Tyoden
  5. Lawal Garba Hudu, Esq
  6. Lema Sambo Wali, Esq
  7. Reginald Aziza, Esq
  8. Chinedu Agu, Esq
  9. Abdurauf  T. Aboki, Esq
  10. Mrs. Abiodun Kolawole
  11. Chidiebere S. Imoke, Esq
  12. Nana Yunus Ustaz
  13. Oluwaseyi Arowosebe, Esq
  14. Humphrey Usha, Esq 
  15. Justice Christopher, Esq

TERMS OF REFERENCE:

  1. Drive the implementation of the recommendations of the NBA Remuneration (White Paper) Committee as accepted by the National Executive Council in its meeting of 9th June 2022, held in Ilorin, Kwara State;
  2. Make further recommendations for improvement of the earning capacity of lawyers in Nigeria;
  3. Such other things as may be necessary to achieve the above objectives.

The Committee is expected to submit its Findings and Recommendations within a period of 6 weeks from the date of inauguration.

 

Akorede Habeeb Lawal
National Publicity Secretary, NBA