New Law Firm Opens In Uyo, Promises Utmost Legal Services

A new law firm, The Humana Law Firm, has been dedicated and opened in Uyo, the state capital. The law firm owned by a renowned Akwa Ibom son and US-based accomplished legal luminary, Mr Hope Umana, is located at No. 53 Brooks Street, Top Floor Suites with US office at 860 Fenton Street, Suite 126, Silver Spring, MD 20910. Addressing guests during the formal dedication and opening of the firm, recently, the chief executive officer, Mr Hope Umana, expressed the firm's commitment to providing utmost legal services to its clients, the state and the nation at large and thanked God immensely for making the day a reality and the opportunity to contribute his quota to the state and nation's judicial system. Umana also thanked all his relations, learned colleagues, friends, among others, especially his mentor, the first Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) produced by the University of Benin and former attorney general and commissioner for justice, Edo State, Chief Charles Edosomwan, for honouring the invitation. The legal luminary disclosed that the vision of the law firm technically and stylistically is to do things well land differently to all manner of persons, stressing that this is his love letter to Akwa Ibom people whom he loved and cherished dearly. He explained further that the office was well equipped with modern facilities in a way that they could be reached from anywhere in the world, averring that they are out to correct some impressions in the legal system which ought not to be and put in their best which they represent. Umana announced plans to engage the larger bar to help move things along in the way that would bring glory to the people and the law profession, even as they work with little as well as multi-dollar clients, noting that they would not be discriminatory in dealing with clients, treating them with love, passion and dignity. According to the US-based lawyer, "In law, when people come to you as lawyers, they come at their weakest spot, they are distressed, confused and want leadership, they want a hand holding, so we are ready to hold the hands of our clients and lift them up, and take them to where they want to go. Ethically, Umana maintained that the office would uphold the highest ethical conduct in a way that when clients leave, they would feel satisfied and have a sense of belonging because of the treatment given them. The special guest of honour, Chief Charles Edosomwan, SAN, remarked that Umana is a man after his heart as he was vibrant, strong, clever and full of life in the University of Benin, observing that he became the ambassador of the university and strong hope in America Edosomwan, SAN, commended Umana for the vision of coming home to duplicate what he is doing in the U.S.A, thereby adding value to his people and the society at large and prayed that a lot of goodness emanate from the venture. Earlier in a brief exhortation, Pastor Eva Gregory of Living Faith Church, Abuja, admonished all to give their lives to Christ as that is the greatest relationship that would lead them to eternity. Gregory thanked God for giving Umana the unction to establish the law firm in Akwa Ibom State as this would add more value to the state and nation as a whole. The cleric invoked the presence of God on the law firm to make it a shining light in the law profession. Goodwill messages were received from friends and colleagues includeding Otuekong Sunny Jackson, Obonganwan Dora Ebong, Dr Moses Udoh, Dr Prince Obiabora, Abom Tony Esu, Engr Eduok Eduok, Mr Inyang Uya, Mr Ita Udosen, former deputy speaker, Akwa Ibom House of Assembly, Obonganwan Grace Edim Inyang, Mr Idongesit Ekpanya, Mr Effiong Umana as well as a representative of director-general of National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), Akwa Ibom State, who commended the vision of Umana for being the best and charged other Akwa Ibom indigenes in the diaspora to emulate his example. High point of the occasion was the cutting of tape and dedication cake by the key legal eagles.

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