"This election process is a worthy example for the Nigerian political class." With these words, Joseph Boudurin Daudu, a senior advocate of Nigeria (SAN) accepted victory as new president in a keenly contested Nigeria Bar Association general elections held in Ibadan, south-west of Nigeria, Thursday night.
Daudu won the election with a margin of 231 votes by polling 718 to beat his opponent, Joe Kyari Gadzama who had 487 votes.
The battle for the position, fought over many months and followed ...
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Added July 30, 2010
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