When judge told me I’m as ignorant as my principal

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Tobi Ololu is a legal practitioner based in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital. He had his LL.B from the University of Ilorin in 2012. Subsequently, he proceeded to the Nigerian Law School and was called to Bar in 2013. After his National Youth Service Corp {NYSC}between 2013 and 2014, he joined the Law Firm of Mogaji Ngeri & Co based in Ilorin. He is currently the HoC of the Chamber. He shares with our JUDICIARY CORRESPONDENT, KAYODE ADEOTI his unforgettable experience in court. Excerpts:
Though the experience I consider unforgettable happened a long time ago when I was still a young wig, but its impact is still fresh in my mind like it occured yesterday.
On the fateful day in court, I was lambasted and received bashes from the  judge. On that day, I was sent by my principal to handle a particular file. While in court, I was to move an application based on how I was taught in the Law School, I wanted to move it orally, not knowing that it was wrong. The Judge tried to guide me but I insisted and became unconvincing about it; thinking I was right trying to move the motion orally. This angered the judge who lambasted me saying, “You’re as ignorant as the boss who sent you”, I felt insulted but there was nothing I could do than to still appreciate my ‘Lord’ for putting me through.

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