The Group Managing Director/ CEO of KAM Holding Ltd., Dr Kamoru Yusuf, has felicitated with the Principal Partner of A.B. Sulu-Gambari &Co, Barr. Abubakar Sulu-Gambari Esq, on the attainment of the rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria, (SAN).
In a congratulatory message issued on Friday, the KAM Holding CEO described the development as a huge honour to the entire Ilorin Emirate and Kwarans at large.
The statement also noted that Barr. Sulu-Gambari’s attainment of the highly prestigious rank of SAN has further confirmed his hardwork, dedication and commitments to the noble legal profession in the past years adding that, “We join all well -wishers to congratulate the Ciroma of Ilorin, Alhaji Abubakar Bature Sulu-Gambari, on the landmark achievements recorded in his career.
“He has distinguished himself as a well-respected legal practitioner since his Call To Bar and with this development, his name will be written in Gold for attaining the pinnacle of his career together with 61 other practitioners.”
The statement however rejoiced with the Emir of Ilorin and Chairman Kwara State Council of Chiefs, Alhaji (Dr) Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari CFR and the entire Ilorin Emirate Council for the invaluable honour earned by the Ciroma of Ilorin to become a Learned Silk.
Dr. Yusuf therefore prayed Allah to grant Barr. Sulu-Gambari long life and sound health with abundant wisdom to drive his new status as one of the highly respected Legal Practitioners in the nation for the benefit of humanity at large.
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