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Dakiz Human Development And Empowerment Initiative Welcomes Barrister George Asonja and Barrister Dami Ayeni as Legal Advisers

Dakiz Human Development And Empowerment Initiative (DHDEI) is proud to announce the appointment of Barrister George Asonja and Barrister Dami Ayeni as Legal Advisers to the organization.

In their new roles, Barrister Asonja and Barrister Ayeni will provide invaluable legal counsel and guidance to Dakiz Human Development And Empowerment Initiative (DHDEI). Their extensive experience in the legal field, coupled with a deep commitment to social development, aligns perfectly with the organization’s mission to empower individuals and communities.

Barrister George Asonja brings a wealth of expertise in Corporate Law, having successfully navigated complex legal landscapes. His dedication to justice and human rights makes him an asset to Dakiz Human Development And Empowerment Initiative.

Barrister Dami Ayeni with a strong background in Corporate Law. His passion for advocacy and empowerment aligns seamlessly with the organization’s goals.

“We are delighted to welcome Barrister George Asonja and Barrister Dami Ayeni to our team of Legal Advisers,” said Akingbade Toluwa-Jolomi, Founder Dakiz Human Development And Empowerment Initiative. “Their legal acumen and dedication to making a positive impact align with our commitment to fostering positive change and empowering individuals. We look forward to their contributions as we continue our mission.”

DHDEI expresses gratitude to Barrister Asonja and Barrister Ayeni for joining the organization in its pursuit of creating lasting social impact. Their involvement will undoubtedly strengthen the legal foundation of the initiative and contribute to its ongoing success.

Akingbade Toluwa-Jolomi
Founder, DHDEI.

By Fasholu Gabriel Oluwatobi

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