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Mr. Barrister, do your litigant need to
Institute action in court?
What about cause of action?
Consider possible parties to the action.
Have you looked at relevant sections of the
Law, act or constitution?
Any remedies that is available to your clients.
What about the cost of litigation?
Even if the court has a jurisdiction.
Any option of Alternative Dispute Resolution.

This legal wahala seems to have no end like
Tracing how water found its way inside
The coconut.
Conflict is part of human life,
Life cannot run away from different human Behaviour caused by different reasons.
Lawyers not ready to solve legal wahala is like a
Square pen in a round holes;
A man wearing wrong purpose in life as
Inviting clothing.
Lawyers, let us solve this wahala diligently
Because it is our cross hanging on our backs with
Pain of workload for naira.


Wahala means problem.


------
Dgreat


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