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Meet Barrister Esther Chukwuemeka the youngest inspiration to the female gender

Her is barrister Esther Chukwuemeka from Okigwe, Imo State. She made it to Nigerian bar as solicitor and advocate of the Nigeria supreme Court at the age of 24 not 20 as reported earlier by some media outlets.

Chukuemeka completed secondary school at the age of 15, emerged successful in her SSCE ( Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination).
Her intention was to study law but she got admission into the Abia State University (ABSU) and was made to study political science against her wish.

After studying in the ABSU University for one year her director suggested to her parents that they can seek her admission to study law in India. Her parents agreed to the suggestion and she finally got admission to study law in India.

Esther when to India at the age of 17, spent five years in India pursuing her dream profession. After five years Esther finally graduated from the University in India and returned to Nigeria.

Upon her return to Nigeria Esther wrote Bar part one program and was successful. After that She wrote Bar Final exam and was among the Successful students.

Today at the age of 24 Esther Chukuemeka is a barrister, solicitor and advocate of the supreme Court of Nigeria. She’s an inspiration to the young generation especially the female gender.

Congratulations to the young female barrister.

KESAmag

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