NBA-SPIDEL Conference Sokoto: Early Bird Registration now Extended to May 11, 2022

It is now a race against time as prospective delegates rush to tap into the Early Bird window to register for the eagerly awaited Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Section on Public Interest and Development Law Annual Conference.

The Early Bird window has now been extended and will close finally in a matter of days on May 11, 2022.

Announcing the extension at a World Press Conference held last Wednesday at the NBA Ikeja Branch Bar Centre, NBA-SPIDEL Chairman, Dr. Monday Ubani said the move was in line with the huge interest shown by lawyers and public interest stakeholders who could not register before earlier deadline.

His words: “In line with the pleas and enthusiasm shown by prospective conferees, the Early Bird registration window has been extended and will now end finally on May 11, 2022.

“For registration, hotel reservation, sponsorship opportunities and more information on the Annual Conference, please visit https://nbaspidel.ng/.”

The fiery human rights activist noted that NBA-SPIDEL “has hosted very successful annual conferences in time past in Aba, Abia State and Ibadan, Oyo State,” adding that “Given the planning that has gone into this year’s conference and the unflinching support of the Sokoto State Government, I have no doubt that the Sokoto annual conference will surpass our previous experiences by miles. We expect all lawyers and public interest stakeholders all over the federation in Sokoto this May!”

Aside from the array of leading speakers who have confirmed attendance at the conference, the mega event offers huge networking opportunities for delegates aside from a list of luncheons, a State Banquet, fun activities and shopping especially in gold and leather for which Sokoto is globally renowned.


SOURCE: LOYAL NIGERIAN LAWYER

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