Chukwudi Adiukwu, SAN, Endorses Tobenna Erojikwe for NBA Presidency, Citing Exemplary Leadership and Continuity

In a significant development for the upcoming Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) leadership election, Chukwudi Adiukwu, SAN, a respected figure in Nigeria’s legal community, has publicly endorsed Tobenna Erojikwe’s aspirations for the position of NBA President in 2024.

Adiukwu, a consummate barrister and solicitor with extensive experience in litigation and corporate law, emphasised Erojikwe’s proven track record, particularly his impactful tenure as chairman of the NBA Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE).

“A vote for Tobenna is a vote for capacity and continuity,” Adiukwu stated. “I wholeheartedly endorse Tobenna Erojikwe as NBA President in 2024. Tobenna has shown exemplary leadership, especially in his most recent role as chairman of the NBA Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE).”

The Senior Advocate highlighted Erojikwe’s commitment to continuous professional development, noting, “I am aware that during his tenure, there has been no month where there hasn’t been one programme or another aimed at enhancing the education of lawyers in practice. This is most commendable, and a capacity like this can only be further encouraged by voting for him to become the next President of the Nigerian Bar Association.

The senior lawyer who had his pupillage under renowned legal luminaries and handled high-profile cases in all Superior Courts in Nigeria clearly understands the impact of training on legal professionals. His experience spans various areas of law, including oil and gas disputes, maritime arbitration, election petitions, and high-net-worth corporate commercial transactions.

As the founder of Duke Licit Advocates, Adiukwu has served leading brands and is known for his commitment to ethics and international best practices. His endorsement aligns with his vision of creating global-scale impact at the intersection of business and law to which Tobenna represents in the current Nigerian legal space.