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Monday, 8 July 2019

Meet The Youngest Law Graduate To Become A SAN In Nigeria


A graduate of the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) Muyiwa Atoyebi is among 38 lawyers conferred with the senior advocate of Nigeria (SAN) title.
The 34-year-old graduate is the youngest Nigerian to become a SAN.

Secretary of the Legal Practitioners’ Privileges Committee (LPPC), Hadizatu Mustapha in a statement said the new SANs would be sworn in during the 2019/2020 new legal year of the supreme court in September, The Cable reports.


The Senior Advocate of Nigeria title is conferred on legal professionals who have practised for not less than 10 years.

Here are the names of the new SANs:


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1. Adedoyin Oyinkan Rhodes-Vivour 
2. Abdullahi Haruna 
3. Manga Muhammed Nurudeen 
4. Adedayo Toba Apapta 
5. John Onuegbulam Asoluka 
6. Adedokun Mathew Makinde
7. Daniel Chukwudi Enwelum 
8. Emmanuel Adeyeye Oyebanji
9. Tuduru Uchendu Ede
10. Abdul Olajide Ajana 
11. Ama Vemaark Etuwewe
12. Oladipo Adekorede Olasope 
13. Leslie Arthur Olutayo Nylander 
14. Olusegun Oyediran Fowowe
15. Andrew Essien Hutton 
16. Olukayode Abayomi Enitan 
17. Paul Harris Adakole Ogbole 
18. Olaniyi Maruph Olopade 
19. Samuel Ngozi Agweh 
20. Olusegun Omoniyi Jolaawo 
21. Alphonsus Okoh Alubo 
22. Ayo Asala 
23. Abiodun Adediran Olatunji 
24. Olumide Andrew Aju 
25. Chimezie Victor Chikwem Ihekweazu 
26. Mamman Lawan 
27. Uchefula Ugonna Chikwumaeze 
28. Ebun-Olu Samuel Adegboruwa 
29. Usman Ogwu Sule 
30. Safiya Umar Badamasi 
31. Echezona Chukwudi Etiaba 
32. Godwin Osemeahon Omoaka 
33. Emeka Onyemaechi Ozoani 
34. Alexander Chukwudi Ejesieme 
35. Jephthah Chikodi Njikonye 
36. Aikhunegbe Anthony Malik 
37. Alhassan Akeje Umar 
38. Oyetola Muyiwa Atoyebi
SAN is conferred on Nigerian lawyers who have practiced for not less than 10 years, and have achieved distinction in the profession.

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