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Ayoola heads CLB advisory board

By Yetunde Ayobami Ojo   |   13 February 2017   |   3:05 am  

Justice Emmanuel Olayinka Ayoola

The former Chairman of Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC), Justice Emmanuel Olayinka Ayoola (rtd.) has been appointed President, Advisory Board of Centre for Law and Business (CLB).

The Founder/CEO of CLB, Mr. Oladapo Oyewumi at a cocktail party in honour of the Advisory Board held at the Medici Villa, Victoria Island, Lagos, said that Justice Ayoola is heading a board of eminent people who have attained and indeed surmounted the heights of their professions. He stated that the institution was fortunate to have a board of such eminent persons.

Other members of the advisory board are: Prof Kalu Chioma Agomo, Prof Oyelowo Oyewo, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo, Pastor Oluremi Morgan, Mrs. Olusola Momoh, Prof. Isabella Okagbue and Mr. Dapo Oyewumi.

“Their role is basically advisory, they are accomplished people that have reached the height and surmounted the pinnacle of their respective professions. They bring a lot of wise counsel, experience and goodwill to the institution. “

He said that CLB was established with the mission of engendering a better-educated society, especially with regard to the role of law in the society, business and management and the enhancement of human capacity.

Oyewumi added that CLB serves as an educational hub which provides opportunities for and access to world class qualifications across a broad spectrum of educational needs and to that end offers various intellectual or knowledge product and services including learning, teaching and tutorial support.

In attendance were the Publisher of The Guardian Newspaper, Mrs. Maiden Alex Ibru, former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Odein Ajumogobia, Chief Judge of Oyo State, Justice Munta Ladipo Abimbola, Justice Babajide Candide- Johnson, Justice Sade Bankole – Oki, among others.



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