He’s One of Our Pillars – Elerunmu of Erunmu, Kabiesi Oyesola Oyerinde Congratulates SAN-Designate, Prof Toriola Oyewo

He Is One of Our Pillar In Erunmu – Elerunmu of Erunmu, Kabiesi Oyesola Oyerinde Congratulates Prof Ajagbe Toriola Oyewo, SAN Designate

The Elerunmu of Erunmu, Kabiyesi Oyesola Oyerinde has congratulated the newly confirmed Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN-designate, Prof. Toriola Ajagbe Oyewo, on his elevation to the exalted rank in judiciary.

Professor Ajagbe Oyewo over the years has been the Asiwaju of Erunmu and a very strong pillar of unity and advancement of his hometown, Erunmu. And that, he has been making himself serving as a mirror-like to many sons and daughters of the noble and highly sophisticated town.

“I, Elerunmu of Erunmu, Kabiyesi Oyesola Oyerinde, personally and on behalf of the sons and daughters of Erunmu congratulate the erudite Professor of Law on this highly exalted rank in the law profession.”

“Prof. Oyewo has been a great contributor to the development and advancement of the country legal system for years. Even at that very fascinating age of 90, he is indeed an institution that the country needs to study in getting the appropriate solutions to many challenges facing legal system in the country, and at the same time celebrated.”

“I want to thank God on behalf of our erudite Professor and son of the soil on his strong will and untiring spirit towards the sharing of his unique and impactful knowledge to the advancement of legal system in Nigeria”, he added.

“While we await the date of the official conferment of the SAN title, our Asiwaju of Erunmu, Prof. Ajagbe Toriola Oyewo should accept our congratulatory messages from all of us at Erunmu”, Elerunmu concluded.

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