“We are aware of the state of the IDPs and we didn’t come empty handed. We have some gift items for distribution to the IDP with the help of the Attorney General and the Bar Leaders. It is a drop in the ocean but the little drops will constitute an ocean. We hope it helps to ameliorate the suffering in Borno.”
“As lawyers, we have a responsibility to help in building the society and coming together as an association is a good thing. If there is rot in an association, it starts from the head. We must have a strong association that can speak to ‘power’ and encourage ‘power’ to fulfill its commitment to the people”.
The AG/CJ responded by thanking Paul Usoro immensely for his kindness and thoughtfulness. “The gifts you have provided will go a long way to alleviate the sufferings of so many internally displaced persons in Borno State. We are privileged to have the learned Silk – Mr. Paul Usoro, SAN, in Borno State today. The name Paul Usoro is known to virtually all practicing lawyer in Nigeria. We are proud to learn from Mr. Usoro’s experience and exemplary leadership qualities”.
Also in attendance at the meeting were members of Usoro’s delegation including Alh. Tajudden Oladoja – Barnawa Branch, Aminu Sani Gadanya – Chairman, Kano Branch, Lekan Thanni – past Secretary, Ibadan Branch, Kennedy Onwusi – Enugu Branch, Karshima David – Chairman, Pankshin Branch, Aguda Ememobong – Secretary, Uyo Branch.