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List of SANs-Designates to be Sworn in, December 2021 by CJN released

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List of SANs-Designates to be Sworn in
List of SANs-Designates to be Sworn in

By Uche Amunike

A total of 72 lawyers have been listed for conferment of the rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN, by the Legal Practitioners Privileges Committee,  LPPC and will be sworn in, December 18, by the Chief Judge of Nigeria, Tanko Muhammad.

 

This information was disclosed, Thursday, by the Acting Chief Registrar of the Supreme Court, Haji  Bello who is also the secretary of the committee.

 

According to the statement released by Bello, the SAN rank is usually given as a mark of excellence to members of the legal profession who have distinguished themselves as advocates and academics.

 

They will be sworn in on December 8 2021 to mark the beginning of the 2022 legal year of the Apex Court.

 

Among them are the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice of Ekiti State, Olawale Fapohunda and the Executive Secretary of the National Human Rights Commission, NHRC, Tony Ojukwu.

 

Recall that the LPPC,  had earlier short-listed 130 lawyers. The SANs-designates are of two categories. They are made up of 62 and the advocate category and 10 in the academic category.

 

Below is the list of the SANs-designate ACADEMIC Appointees:

 

1. Prof Bankole Akintoye Sodipo

 

2. 2. Prof Christian Chizundu Wigwe

 

3. Prof Ajagbe Toriola Oyewo

 

4. Prof Rasheed Jimoh Ijaodola

 

 

5. Prof Oluyinka Osayame Omorogbe

 

6. Dr Josephine Aladi Achor Agbonika

 

7. . Dr Ibrahim Abdullahi

 

8. Prof Edoba Bright Omoregie

 

9. Prof Abiola Olaitan Sanni

 

10. Dr Anthony Ojukwu Okechukwu

 

ADVOCATES appointees

 

11. George Audu Anuga

 

12. Simon Asember Lough

 

13. Eko Ejembi Eko

 

14. Ayo Abraham Olorunfemi

 

15. Reuben Okpanachi Atabo

 

16. John Ogwu Adele

 

17.  Shaibu Enejoh Aruwa

 

18. Eyitayo Ayokunle Fatogun

 

19. Jacob Johnson Usman

 

20. Tajudeen Olaseni Oladoja

 

21. Salman Jawando Ayinla

 

22. Adeola Rasaq Omotunde

 

23. Mathew Gwar Bukka

 

24. Mohammed Ndayako

 

25. Hassan Usman El-Yakub

 

26. Ishaq Magaji Hussaini

 

27. Samuel Atung

 

28. Mohammed Abdulhamid

 

29. Kabiru Aliyu

 

30. Mohammed Abdulaziz Sani

 

31. Uche Sunday Awa

 

32. Uchenna Chinyere Ihediwa

 

33. Philip Ndubuisi Umeh

 

34. Peter Aguigom Afuba

 

35. Felix Anayo Onuzulike

 

36. . Benjamin Chukwudi Uzuegbu

 

37. Benjamin Nworah Osaka

 

38. Ikenna Okoli

 

39. Edwin Sunday Chukwujekwu Obiora

 

40. Emeka Jude-Philip Obegolu

 

41. Clement Onwuenwunor

 

42. Chijioke Ogugua Precious Emeka

 

43. Anthony Obinna Mogboh

 

44. Victor Ugwuezumba Opara

 

45. Kamasuode Wodu

 

46. Charles Udoka Ihua-Maduenyi

 

47. Sammie Abiye Somiari

 

48. Ogaga Ovrawah

 

49. Charles Dumbiri Mekwunye

 

50. Ikeazor Ajovi Akaraiwe

 

51. Marcellous Eguvwe Oru

 

52. Mark Okebuinor Mordi

 

53. Ehiogie West-Idahosa

 

54. Fredricks Ebos Itula

 

55. Ibrahim Idris Agbomere

 

56. Anthony Ademuyiwa Adeniyi

 

57. Bolarinwa Olotu

 

58. Adekola Olawale Fapohunda

 

59. Adekunle Akanbi Ojo

 

60. Olaotan Olusegun Ajose-Adeogun

 

61. Rotimi Sheriff Seriki

 

62. Olukayode Oluwole Adeluola

 

63. Adeyinka Moyosore Kotoye

 

64. Oluwasina Olanrewaju Ogungbade 65. Afolabi Fatai Kuti

 

66. Francis Omotosho

 

67. Ayodeji Adedipe

 

68. Adeleke Olaniyi Agbola

 

69. James Akingbola Akinola

 

70. Muritala Oladimeji Abdul

 

71. Dauda Adekola Mustapha

 

72. Kazeem Adekunle Gbadamosi.

 

Fresh applications for the highly-coveted rank will be open to lawyers in January.

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