The daughter of Rt Hon Adeyemi Sabit Ikuforiji the former Speaker Lagos State House of Assembly and a member of the highest decision making body in Lagos State known as Governor Advisory Council GAC has completed her legal studies and was called to the largest Bar in West Africa.
There is no gainsaying that Ayotelemi Ikuforiji Esq took after her father who is also a legal practitioner. Her father’s passion for academics motivated her to do better in her legal studies. She bagged an LLB from prestigious University of Lancaster and a Master’s degree from Warwick University of the most prestigious universities in the world. The feat is highly commendable and worthy of emulation.
It was a lovely moment for the entire Ikuforiji family as they celebrate their daughter in a grand style. The event was colorful because it feels so wonderful to have reached this goal of being called to the Nigeria Bar. It’s not an easy task, to be called to the largest Bar in West Africa, it needs dedication and commitment to scale through the hurdles.
Ayotelemi Ikuforiji Esq is a legal practitioner with an added advantage as three serving Ministers, two former Governors, Five SANs and Senators attended the get together organized by the family to celebrate the success of their daughter as she was called to Bar.
The prominent personalities that were in attendance are the former Governor of Lagos State and the current Minister Of Works and Housing Mr Babatunde Raji Fashola SAN, the Minister of State for Labour and Employment Mr Festus Keyamo SAN, First Executive Governor of Ekiti State and currently the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment Otunba Niyi Adebayo, Senator Tokunbo Afikuyomi who was also called to Bar a day before Ayotelemi and other eminent personalities.
Some of the personalities that attended the event said that “This is truly a great moment in Barrister Ayotelemi Ikuforiji’s life. She must not underestimate neither what she has accomplished nor the knowledge and capabilities she now possess. She needs to remain humble and preserve her integrity as she presses forward with her career. Appreciate the professional license she has received and always respect it. With it and because of it, she can and no doubt will do great things for many people”.