NBA 2022 Stamp Application, See Details

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The leadership of the Nigerian Bar Association has reitraited the fact that members are entitled to two (2) free packs of 24 NBA Stamps each, upon payment of the 2022 Bar Practicing Fee (BPF) and Branch Dues, on or before the 31st day of March 2022.

This was made known in a circular signed by Dr. Rapulu Nduka Publicity Secretary, Nigerian Bar Association, and sent to lawhauz.com, which read thus;

 

NBA 2022 STAMP APPLICATION

Dear Colleagues,

As you are aware, members of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), in line with the pledge of the leadership of the NBA, are entitled to two (2) free packs of 24 NBA Stamps each, upon payment of the 2022 Bar Practicing Fee (BPF) and Branch Dues, on or before the 31st day of March 2022.

Consequently, upon payment of the BPF, members are advised to send an email attaching:

1. Proof of payment of BPF (Paystack receipt inclusive);

2. Stamp Application Form (the Stamp Application form can be downloaded from: https://nigerianbar.org.ng/nba/NBA_STAMP_APPLICATION.pdf and

3. Proof of payment of Branch Dues.

4. Proof of Stamp Receipts (for additional stamps)

Soft copies of the above mentioned documents (which must be scanned as a single PDF file) can be sent by email to:

northbarservices@nigerianbar.org.ng (For NBA members in Branches within the NBA Northern Zone),

westbarservices@nigerianbar.org.ng (For NBA members in Branches within the NBA Western Zone),

eastbarservices@nigerianbar.org.ng (For NBA members in Branches within NBA Eastern Zone).

Kindly note that members who intend to apply for additional stamps, can pay for them through any Access Bank.

Rest assured, that all processed stamps will be sent back to the Branches for collection.

For further enquiries, please contact us through any of the following mediums:

Email: barservices@nigerianbar.org.ng
Phone: 07037000903, 08028833422, 07062108807, 08099246592, 08035479443 and 08036792832.

Dr. Rapulu Nduka
Publicity Secretary,
Nigerian Bar Association

 

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