The African Bar Association (AFBA) has appointed foremost human right activist Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa Esq. as the Chairman of the Justice Sector Program commission of the Association.
The appointment was announced by Mr. Adegboruwa himself on his facebook page where he published the letter of appointment signed by the AFBA President, Hannibal Uwaifo and the Secretary, Flavania Charles.
As indicated in the letter of appointment Mr. Adegboruwa was found eminently fit to hold “this highly exalted position” by the Qualification Committee who nominated and recommended him.
According to the letter, the Justice Sector Commission is a new committee of AFBA and is aimed at tackling issues relating to Justice System in Africa and fashioning a blueprint model for continental Justice System that can stand the scrutiny of the best International Standard.
The Commission has powers to advise AFBA and react on her behalf, publicly on burning issues. Furthermore, it is also expected among other things to seek sponsorships for its activities and programs as may be specified by the Executive Council from time to time.
An elated Adegboruwa wrote:
“Together, let’s make Africa great!!!
The glory goes to God.
If you don’t hear from me so often again, na work don start.
God bless Africa.