“Who are NBA Creditor and How much are they owed” – Murray Slams Usoro
The Chief of Staff to the immediate past President of the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA, Abdulrasheed Muritala, popularly known as Murray, has slammed the NBA President, Paul Usoro over his penchant for painting his predecessors in office black in other to look good in the eyes of Lawyers.
The NBA President had in explaining why his administration recorded an expenditure of over 1.5 billion Naira in one year claimed that he had to offset the debt incurred by his predecessor in office amounting to over 5 hundred million Naira.
The Former chief of Staff to AB Mahmoud SAN, challenged Usoro SAN to publish in details, the Associations creditors and how much each they are owed.
Murray, who many lawyers accused of masterminding the ascending of Paul Usoro SAN to the Association’s Presidency as the powerful chief of staff to the then NBA President, AB Mahmoud SAN has been at logger head with the NBA President Paul Usoro who abolished the office of chief of staff and claimed that the administration of AB Mahmoud SAN, incurred a debt of over 5 hundred million for the Association without explanation.
Responding to the Explanation of Usoro, Murray wrote;
The Usoro regime should give further and better particulars of the debt he allegedly inherited from the ABM leadershipIt will be interesting to know ;1,Who the Creditors are.2.How much was owed each Creditor3.What was the purpose of the debt and4.Whether the debt has been paid or notVarious figures have been bandied since USORO took over on the 3ist of August 2018.As a regime which prides itself on transparency, the president shouldName the “thieves” rather than painting his Predecessor black in order to look good in the eyes of Lawyers.Anything short of this is hypocrisy.
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