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#OccupyNigeria: Abuja FREE LEGAL SERVICES Contact for Protesters

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On twitter, emails and other social media platforms, I have been asked for more contacts on where to obtain free legal services offered by the Nigerian Bar Association in the event people are arrested while protesting in their respective states. In my article on What You Should Know if Arrested While Protesting in Nigeria, I provide that link. I am providing it again. CLICK NIGERIAN BAR ASSOCIATION.

WHEN YOU GET ON THE SITE, LOOK TO THE RIGHT SIDE BAR. IT WILL LIST YOUR RESPECTIVE STATES. CLICK THE LINK TO YOUR STATE AND IT WILL PROVIDE THE LEGAL STAFF AND CONTACTS YOU NEED.

I HAVE CAPITALIZED THE ABOVE FOR THOSE READING ON MOBILE DEVICES ETC. BELOW IS THE LIST OF ABUJA CONTACTS SINCE THAT IS THE BIGGEST DEMAND I AM RECEIVING.

Abuja (FCT)
Chairman : Mazi Afam Osigwe
Unity Branch
High COurt of Justice
Wuse ZOne 5
Abuja
08034066345

Secretary : Chris Agidy
Unity Branch
Wuse Zone
Abuja.
08037877093
agidison@yahoo.com

Nec Reps:

Alhaji Abdullahi Ibrahim, SAN.
Damian d. Dodo, SAN.
Prince Tokunbo kayode, SAN.
Chief Chris Uche, SAN.
Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba, SAN.
Aminu Tambuwal Waziri, esq.
J. K. Gadzama, SAN.
Paul Erokoro, esq
Ben Anachebe
I.B.M Haruna

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