Jonathan Gunu Taidi, an extraordinary gentleman, a progressive – Ex NBA Chairman

Jonathan Gunu Taidi Esq

I am happy that our long nursed vision is becoming crystallized.

I know Mr. Jonathan Gunu Taidi (Chairman Emeritus) is supportive and reliable; selfless and detribalised. He is an extraordinary gentleman and a progressive.

Mr. JG Taidi is a prolific Bar Man, and one of the live firebrands of Minna and Suleja NBA. Apart from being in succession, our Branch Secretary, Vice Chairman and Chairman, he has remained active as the melting point of Bar leadership in the State.

But Mr. Taidi is not a local champion. Apart from being about the longest serving NEC Member from Niger, his well acknowledged role in building a resilient Bar has won him active positions in several NBA National Committees, the most recent being Member of the National Disciplinary Committee.

Mr. Taidi is Member of the International Bar Association (IBA), Member Common Wealth Lawyers Association (CLA), Member and also one of the African Leaders of the American Bar Association (ABA).

He has undisputedly won the credit of being a ‘tour de force’ behind the successes of our Bar activities within and outside jurisdiction. He is about the most exposed member of our Branch in Bar activities in both national and international fora.

By personal credit, Mr. Taidi’s attractive legal profile and wide network of learned friends make him sellable.

We are doubtless.
We are committed.
So help us God.

Adamu Aliyu Umar Esq. (Immediate past chairman, NBA, Minna Branch)’



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