Crusade For Justice Holds 15th Anniversary/Annual Lecture

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Crusade for Justice

Crusade For Justice (CFJ), a Human Rights Advocacy Group established in 2002, is set to hold its 15th Anniversary/Annual Lecture.

CFJ’s vision is to pioneer constructive activism.  Since its establishment CFJ has achieved tremendous successes, especially, in the area of engaging the multilateral security agencies in Nigeria, in resolving Fundamental Human Rights related abuses, and other countless cases of outright Injustice.

This year’s special Anniversary/Annual Lecture is dedicated to women. Discussions at the lecture would center on Domestic and Sexual Violence and how best to curb the monster.

Details of the special Anniversary/Annual Lecture as advised by CFJ’s President/Founder, Richard Nwankwo is as follows:

Date:             17th October, 2017

Venue:          Sheraton Hotels and Towers, Ikeja, Lagos,

Time:             9:00 am.

Lead Presenter – Boma Ozobia

Panel of Discussants:

  • Rhodes Vivour (Coordinator, Lagos State Domestic Violence Rescue Team).
  • O.  Salami (Executive Director, Office of the Public Defender).
  • N. N.  Chinwuba (Family Law Expert, University of Lagos).

Chairman of the Event: The amiable Law Teacher, Prof. Ernest Ojukwu, SAN

Special Guest:   Chief Augustine Alegeh (SAN). (the man who socially re-engineered the NBA)

Chief Host: Richard Nwankwo (President/Founder; Crusade For Justice)

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