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Owerri NBA EXCOS pays a Courtesy visit to the Chief Judge of Imo State.

The Executive Committee of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) in Owerri today paid a courteous and significant visit to the esteemed Chief Judge of Imo State Hon. Justice T.E Chikeka. This visit marked a noteworthy event in the legal community, fostering a stronger connection between the legal profession and the judiciary.

The Owerri NBA Executive Committee, led by its President, embarked on this visit to extend their respect and appreciation to the Chief Judge for their dedicated service to the administration of justice in Imo State. The association recognizes the pivotal role played by the judiciary in upholding the rule of law and ensuring a just society for all citizens.

During the courtesy visit, the NBA EXCOS engaged in constructive discussions with the Chief Judge on various legal matters, including the current state of the justice system, challenges faced by legal practitioners, and opportunities for collaboration to enhance the legal profession's effectiveness in the state.

The meeting provided an excellent platform for a productive exchange of ideas, and the Chief Judge expressed his gratitude for the support and commitment of the Owerri NBA in promoting the rule of law in Imo State. He emphasized the importance of a harmonious relationship between the bar and the bench in ensuring justice is served efficiently and fairly.

In return, the NBA EXCOS pledged their continued cooperation and support to the judiciary in upholding the principles of justice and the rule of law. This visit strengthened the bond between legal practitioners and the judiciary, fostering a more robust legal ecosystem in Imo State.

The Owerri NBA's courtesy visit to the Chief Judge of Imo State exemplifies the legal community's commitment to working hand in hand with the judiciary to promote justice and maintain the rule of law in the state. It was a notable occasion that underscored the collaborative efforts needed to ensure a just and equitable society for all.

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