Mahmoud Gets NBA Presidency

 Mahmoud Gets NBA Presidency

Symbol of law and justice in the empty courtroom, law and justice concept.
Symbol of law and justice in the empty courtroom, law and justice concept.
A former Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice in Kano State, Mr. Abubakar Mahmoud has been elected as the new president of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA).
The new NBA President was elected at the 2016 National Elections held in Abuja, in an election conducted through e-voting.
Mr. Mahmoud polled 3,055 votes to defeat Joe-Kyari Gadzama who polled 2,384 votes.
The position of General Secretary was won by Mr. Olagunju Isiaka who polled 2,721 votes against Yamah Desmond who scored 2,510 votes.
Mr. Dajan Gal emerged as the first Vice President with 4057 votes and Mr. MondayUbani, second Vice President with 4375 votes.
Olagunju Isiaka polled 2721 votes to emerge General Secretary as against Yama Desmond who secured 2,510 votes.
Announcing the results in the early hours of Monday, the chairman of the NBA Electoral Committee, Mr. Ken Mozia (Senior Advocate of Nigeria) said both the first and second Vice Presidents emerged unopposed.
Ohagba Loe polled 2,402 votes to emerge first Assistant Secretary, while Balogun Oyeyemi emerged Legal Adviser with 3068 votes as against Onwuzuike Christopher who polled 2,043 votes.
The election was monitored by the Deputy Director, Legal of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Mariam Musa.
This is the first election conducted through electronic voting by the Nigerian Bar Association.
At the end of the E-voting process, the Chairman of the NBA Electoral Committee, Ken Mozia announced the result while the outgoing President of the Association advised contestants who lost the election to shun acrimony.
The new NBA President, Mr. Mahmoud in his response promised that the new executive will hit the ground running once they are sworn in.
The new executives of the NBA are expected to be sworn on August 26, 2016 in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

LTV

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