BY OLORUNFERANMI ODOFIN
Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has encouraged children of lawyers who have passed on to be ready to give out their parents’ law reports for the use in law libraries
Governor Akeredolu who stated this while playing host to members of the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA, Owo Branch said such books would be useful for the legal profession instead of remaining fallow in their houses
The governor however charged the members to be prepared to get more books for the secretariat which he had just built for the members
Governor Akeredolu who donated ten dozens of chairs for the NBA secretariat said he could not have done less since giving back to the profession had become his lifestyle.
The Governor however advised the legal body to rent offices at the secretariat to the members moderately.
Governor Akeredolu described legal profession as interesting noting that one would be ready to spend the rest of his life practicing
Earlier, the Owo NBA chairman, Mr Samuel Agaun thanked governor Akeredolu for the new secretariat and called for its timely commissioning where the governor himself, and his counterparts from Ekiti, Dr Kayode Fayemi, Kogi, Yahaya Bello and Edo State, Governor Godwin Obaseki would be honoured
Joining governor Akeredolu to receive the legal practitioners were the secretary to the state government, Princess Oladunni Odu, the chief of staff, Chief Olugbenga Ale, the attorney general and Commissioner for Justice, Sir Charles Titiloye and the Commissioner for information and orientation, Mr Donald Ojogo.