Thursday, June 28, 2018

The changing world (142) Jun - July 86

Jun 1st Joe preached then me.
7th       Church cleaning day.
8th       To Braithwaites.
9th       Congregational meeting.
10-14th Kevin Boer stayed.
11th      Presbyter.
15th      Elliott morning then Steve preached. Lawler to lunch. 22
22     d  Tony Trigg visited.
23rd       David Bailes ate with us.
29th       Steve preached. IPC pot luck picnic.
July 5th Tp Braithwaites.
6th          Elliott preached.
13th         Elliott preached.
17th         St Saviour's fair
18th         Rachel to guide camp.
19th       John and his her Justice Aloma Mukhtar visited. Aloma Mariam Mukhtar (born 20 November 1944) is a Nigerian jurist and former Chief Justice of Nigeria from July 2012 to November 2014.[1][2] She was called to the English Bar in November, 1966 and to the Nigerian Bar in 1967.[3][4]
President Goodluck Jonathan swore in Mukhtar on 16 July 2012 as the 13th indigenous Chief Justice of Nigeria, and conferred on her the Nigerian National Honour of the Grand Commander of the Order of the Niger (GCON).[2]

In her career, Mukhtar has been many firsts: she is the first female lawyer from Northern Nigeria, first female judge of the High Court in Kano State judiciary, the first female justice of the Court of Appeal of Nigeria, the first female justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria and the first female Chief Justice of Nigeria.

This is Joh's father.
Jonathan Babatunde Majiyagbe, S.A.N, OFR is the Principal Partner of JB Majiyagbe & Co a law firm with offices in Kano and Abuja. He has practiced law for over 30 years.
JB Majiagba SAN obtained his law degree from the University of London. He is a member of the Bar of England and Wales (Honourable Society of the Middle Temple) and a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. He was conferred with the rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria in 1980.
Majiyagbe SAN is a former member of the Body of Benchers; Past Vice-President of the Nigerian Bar Association; member of the International Bar Association and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is also a former member of the Interim Judicial Service Committee, Kano State and the Editorial board of the Journal of Nigeria Law.
In 2003, Majiagbe SAN made history by becoming the first African to be appointed the Worldwide President of Rotary International, a one-hundred years old humanitarian service organization with over 1.2 million members and in 2008 made history again by being appointed the Chairman of its Board of Trustees.
He is a former Chancellor of the Anglican Diocese of Kano, the Chairman of the Nigerian Red Cross Society, Kano Branch, a Notary Public and Coroner for Kano State.
In 2008, Jonathan was awarded national honours – Order of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Jonathan is a very experienced and highly regarded lawyer.
20th  Paul Gardner preached.
22nd Session day at Old Jordans.
23rd   School out.
25th   International Food fair IPC.
27      Joe preached.
29      Session meeting with Derek.

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