- Twenty-five Ghanaians lawyers have been called to the Gambian Bar
- The twenty-five (25) Ghanaians constitute sixty-five (65) percent of lawyers called to the Gambian Bar in 2021
- The lawyers were admitted to the roll of Barristers and Solicitors of the Supreme Court of The Gambia on Monday
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Twenty-five Ghanaian lawyers have been called to the Gambian Bar in 2021 to commence legal practice in the country, MyNewsGh.com has reported.
At a ceremony held on Monday in The Gambia's capital Banjul to admit new law students to the roll of Barristers and Solicitors of the Supreme Court of Gambia, twenty-five (25) Ghanaians out of thirty-eight (38) lawyers were admitted to the bar.
President of The Gambia Bar Association congratulated the new entrants to the Gambian Bar as he urged them to uphold the name of their profession and pursue justice.
Congratulatory messages have since been pouring in for the lawyers from their colleagues, friends and loved ones in Ghana.
Check the full list below.
In other news, Ghanaian female barber Grace Minnet, a former student of Benkum Senior High School, has made inroads in a career stereotypically seen as a male dominated field.
Professionally known as Minnet the Barber, the adventurous lady has defeated the odds and is excelling as a barber, despite the impediments women in the field face.
The 25-year-old's career trajectory began after she completed senior high school in 2010.
Minnet started in a salon, working as a hairdresser, because for her, it was the career most young ladies her age were pursuing at the time.
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