Dan­gote Cel­e­brates SAN Ti­tle With Fes­tus Keyamo

The Guardian (Nigeria) - - HIGH SOCIETY -

THat­delta-born city lawyer, Fes­tus Keyamo, is one of the most pop­u­lar le­gal prac­ti­tion­ers around will amount to stat­ing the ob­vi­ous as he’s been around for some time. Mean­while, his out­spo­ken na­ture and the fact that he has han­dled high pro­file and con­tro­ver­sial briefs has con­tin­u­ally put him un­der the spot­light. De­spite his im­pres­sive pro­file, not a few will read­ily at­test to the fact that at­tain­ing the sta­tus of a SAN for him was al­most be­com­ing im­pos­si­ble even as many were of the view that he was ripe for the pres­ti­gious ti­tle. With­out re­lent­ing, Keyamo con­tin­ued with what he knows how to do best and this has even­tu­ally paid off. Fes­tus was among about 30 lawyers who were re­cently dec­o­rated with the ti­tle of Se­nior Ad­vo­cate of Nige­ria (SAN). Such feat no doubt calls for cel­e­bra­tion and this in­stance, the new Se­nior Ad­vo­cate of Nige­ria in town, played hosted to friends, as­so­ci­ates and well-wish­ers he in­vited to cel­e­brate with him on the at­tain­ment of his new sta­tus. The re­cep­tion, which held on Vic­to­ria Is­land on Sun­day, had peo­ple from dif­fer­ent sec­tors in at­ten­dance. Forbes’s Africa’s rich­est man, Aliko Dan­gote was, how­ever, the ma­jor at­trac­tion at the event. Foluke Daramola and hubby, Kay­ode Ron­nie Dikko were among other guests in at­ten­dance.

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