As humans we are all formed in our youth. In 1976/77, I worked as a court clerk in the court of Justice Ọlájọńpọ̀ Akíǹkúgbé who was then the first president of the newly created Federal Court of Appeal in Ibadan. Justice Akíǹkúgbé’s other brothers Justices in the Ibadan temple of justice were Justices Akanbi and Uche Omoh.
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