NBA Files petition against young female lawyer Ifunanya for nudity, smoking weed on social media [photos]

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The Nigerian bar association, NBA has filed a petition against a female lawyer Ifunanya Excel Grant, before the Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Committee(LPDC) over her social media lifestyle.

The petition against Ifunanya centers on her “social media notoriety of posting photos and videos of her unclad, while also allegedly smoking marijuana.

This was contained in a statement seen by Dockaysworld where in the association  detailed the grouse with the young woman and called for investigation.

Recall Ifunaya was the victim of culprits who leaked her nude photos but she maintained that the NBA had never sanctioned her for her social media posts which include smoking and partial nudity.


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NBA Files petition against young female lawyer Ifunanya for nudity, smoking weed on social media [photos]


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