The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has concluded discussion on collaboration with the South Korean High Commission in Nigeria towards ensuring seamless Visa Application for all NBA members who registered for the International Bar Association Conference scheduled to hold in South Korea from September 22, 2019.
The above is the outcome of a meeting held today by representatives of NBA and the South Korean Ambassador to Nigeria Mr. Lee In Tae at his office in Abuja.
Reporting the outcome of the deliberation which he described as fruitful, Mr. Kunle Edun the Publicity Secretary of the Association stated; “Preparatory to the International Bar Association Conference holding in South Korean from the 22nd of September, 2019, the leadership of the Nigerian Bar Association did a courtesy call on the South Korean Ambassador to Nigerian, Mr. Lee In Tae at his office in Abuja, today.”
“The NBA and the South Korean Ambassador had fruitful discussions and possible areas of partnership were also explored.”
“The NBA is pleased to inform members that the South Korean Ambassador assured the NBA of the cooperation of the embassy towards ensuring that members that registered for the IBA Conference are able to attend same.”
Recall that earlier the NBA President, Paul Usoro,SAN had informed members that the NBA would intervene and seek engagement with the South Korean Embassy, so that our members who have registered for the IBA Conference would have no visa challenge.
In the delegation led by the General Secretary of the Nigerian Bar Association, Jonathan Gunu Taidi were; Chris Uche,SAN; Lawal Rabana,SAN; the National Publicity Secretary, kunle Edun and Mr. Kazeem, head of the NBA Protocol Unit.