Mazi Afam Osigwe, Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), participated in the 20th Gani Fawehinmi Annual Lecture hosted by the Nigerian Bar Association, Ikeja Branch.
The event in Lagos today unfolded under the distinguished chairmanship of the eminent Prof. Wole Soyinka, with a thought-provoking guest lecture delivered by the esteemed Comrade Femi Aborishade.
The theme, “Right to Self-Determination and Agitation for Secession in Nigeria,” underscores the relevance and timeliness of the issues discussed, reflecting the evolving dynamics of the Nigerian socio-political landscape. Afam Osigwe’s attendance at this event signifies his intellectual curiosity and commitment to engaging with crucial legal and societal matters.
The presence of Prof. Wole Soyinka, a Nobel laureate and literary giant, as the Chairman of the Annual Lecture, adds an extra layer of prestige to the occasion. The insightful discourse delivered by Comrade Femi Aborishade further enriched the event, providing attendees with valuable perspectives on a topic of national significance.
In extending his goodwill to the members of the Nigerian Bar Association, Ikeja Branch, Afam Osigwe, SAN, reinforces the spirit of camaraderie and shared commitment to legal excellence. His acknowledgement of this significant event acknowledges the importance of platforms like the Gani Fawehinmi Annual Lecture in fostering intellectual growth and dialogue within the legal community.
As we celebrate Afam Osigwe’s active participation, we also recognize the broader impact of such gatherings in shaping legal discourse and contributing to the collective understanding of legal and societal issues.
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