The Nigerian Bar Association has said it will investigate the conduct of a Code of Conduct Tribunal ("CCT") attack by Danladi Yakubu Umar on a security guard in Abuja this week.
Video circulated on social media in this series showed Umar beating a security guard working at the Banex Plaza mall in Abuja.
Interfering in the case, they said, they "mourn the loss of the ability of the public figure who is expected to behave appropriately."
In a statement released on Thursday by their Secretary of State Rapulu Nduka, the NBA said, "As a member of the Bar Association, the appropriate code of conduct is expected from the lawyers involved in the arrest of Danladi Yakubu Umar."
"The NBA through its appropriate committee will look into the cause of the incident to ensure that appropriate action is taken to address the problem."
Recall, News has it that a spokesman for CCT made it know to the Public that his boss asked him to add Biafran Boys in his message
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