Mr. Temple Waamah was called to the Bar in 1985. He studied law at Thames Valley University, London and has considerable experience and expertise in trial and appellate advocacy in Nigeria representing individual and institutional clients in all courts.
Temple is currently engaged in a number of election petitions arising out of the recently concluded elections in Nigeria. In particular, he is in a team of lawyers representing an incumbent Governor and in another representing a former Senator.
Temple is also the chairman of the Governing Board of the Baptist College of Theology, Obinze, and Imo State.
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