IMO STATE PUBLIC ENLIGHTENMENT
MBAISE NATION FELICITATES WITH C.C. IBEH ON HIS CALL TO BAR.
By Wike of Mbaise Nation.
Yesterday, the 7th day of December 2022, another history was made in the family of Late (Arch) C.O Ibeh and the entire Mbaise Nation as one of their noble sons – C.C. Ibeh was called to the Nigerian Bar as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria.
This has stirred eureka joy as it has been his dream and the earnest expectation all around him.
While making this public, he wrote:
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR OF THE SUPREME COURT OF NIGERIA
My dream, goal and hardwork for the past 7 years in the University cum Nigerian Law School, indeed has come true this day; as I will be Called to the Nigerian Bar at the Body of Benchers Hall Jabi Abuja this morning, as a Barrister & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria.
This dream of mine came into existence during my primary four (4) level in Alvan Primary School Owerri; when I always meet our family lawyer, who always had Court discussion with my Dad.
He will speak all kinds of grandiloquent words and I will watch with high admiration.
The passion grew when my brother’s friend who always came around will be seen speaking law, in less than 3years my brother followed suit; their dressing, attitude and disposition on matters stole my full attention.
I left secondary school and applied to be admitted into law in ESUT & UNIZIK but was given a different course which I rejected.
The next year I furthered my application to study law in my state Imo, made one of the best grades in the post-utme and aggregate score for law but was given political science because law faculty lost accreditation; I was encouraged by my parents to continue with political science.
In political science, I didn’t buy a textbook, was so worried that I didn’t have my law course but as God may have it in less than 2 months in political science, law faculty was accredited and all that merited the admission were invited for clearance.
My Nigerian Law School experience is another day’s discuss.
My late Dad desired to have a lawyer in the house; but today he is no more to see his two sons as lawyers.
I dedicate this day to my hero – Late (Arch.) C.O. Ibeh.
Ndi Nkem, join me in this celebration by thanking God for his grace over my life and honour me with your presence today.
C.C. Ibeh , Esq., LL.B (Hons.), B.L (Hons.)
7th December, 2022.
This has become a great feat as this future Chief Justice of the Federal Republic of Nigeria from Mbaise extraction comes out with flying colours and ready to be your Legal Counsel from today.
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Long Live C.C. Ibeh Esq.
Long Live Mbaise Nation
Long Live Imo State
Long Live Nigeria