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Ntayi Anfani Bandawa

Ntayi Anfani Bandawa

Ntayi Anfani Bandawa is working towards his masters in Law at the University of Cambridge and an editor of the Cambridge Law Review. He is a qualified barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria with a track record of academic excellence and leadership.

Ntayi belongs to several professional associations and is a member of the organising committee for the Cambridge Arbitration Day, 2018. He is an avid reader and writer and shares his thoughts on the social and political affairs of his country in an online newspaper publication where he is a columnist.

He has also taken part in pro-bono projects which secured the release of several unlawfully detained inmates.  He has coached many students in different capacities as pioneer president of anti-corruption club, academic secretary, intern’s supervisor, and mentor.

Ntayi has distinguished himself in all phases of his education and career and is a recipient of several awards. He believes young people are the foundation for a greater and better world, and always avails himself of opportunities to contribute to the social re-orientation of his society through mentoring of students on self-development, values and offering professional and academic guidance.