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 Day I argued with ‘my Lord’ in the open court – Omole

Barrister Isaac Omole is an Ilorin based lawyer, he graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University Ile Ife, Osun state in 2017 and was called to the bar in 2019 after he attended the Nigerian Law school in Kano where he got his B.L, he had his pupilage at A.T Ahmed & Co, where he is currently practicing as well.

In this interview with JIMOH SULYMAN, Omole recalls his most memorable and dramatic moment in the court of law. Excerpt.

On that faithful day,  I was in court on behalf of one of my senior colleagues, I went in to file a motion exparte for bail but I started arguing with my lord when he told me that the business of bail has to do with the business of Court and the party that are securing the bail, then he asks me if I want to move the motion or what exactly do I wanted to do, I paused for few minutes, seeing that I was lost, my lord had to give me a hint that I can move the motion, and I did so orally and in the presence of everyone my lord granted the Motion but to be honest I was really confused to the extent that I was arguing with my lord.


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