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    [Read] Hon. Justice Amadi’s Profile, An Erudite Jurist Per Excellence

     

     

    His Lordship, Hon. Justice Ken Ike AMADI hails from Abho-Mbaise Local Government Area of Imo State, South East, Nigeria.

     

    Justice Amadi attended Town School, Uvuru for First School Leaving School and Ngwa High School, Abayi, Abia State for West Africa School Certificate.

     

    In conglutinating of his aspiration for an equitable society, My Lord Amadi got admission to Imo State University, Okigwe for LL.B, attended Nigeria Law School, Lagos Centre and was called to the respectable Bar in 1990. 

     

    During My Lord youthful age, He performed the mandatory NYSC primary assignment with Igwe and Dike Law Firm, Port Harcourt and started his legal career with Chuks Muoma (SAN) and Associates, Aba, Abia State as a Solicitor.

     

    Quintessentially, in furtherance to consolidate on the gains of his career, His Lordship obtained Masters of Law [LL.M] from the Prestigious University of Uyo, and also got Ph.D from the Department of Public and Private Law, from the celebrated University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

     

    At a time when his colleague was doubting Thomas, Justice Amadi opened his personal chamber, Ken Ike AMADI, and Co and was later appointed as a Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), Enugu State before his judicial appointment in 2013.

     

    Justice Amadi has attended many courses on International Labour Standard both home and abroad.

     

    His Lordship has several publications to his credit.  He was before his judicial appointment, the General Secretary and later Chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Mbaise Branch.

     

    My Lord, Hon. Justice Amadi is presently the presiding Judge, Jos Judicial division of the Court and has delivered uncountable Judgments and rulings.

     

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