As the black history approaches, a milestone history is being made with the appointment of Professor Epiphany as the first black, the first African and by so Nigerian to be the President of CSAT.
Professor Epiphany Azinge, the Nigerian Lawyer, Academician and judge at the Commonwealth Arbitral Tribunal Sitting in London, and representing the interests of Nigeria and Africa has been appointed as the President of the Commonwealth Secretariat Arbitral Tribunal (CSAT).
The Rt. Hon Patricia Scotland QC, who leads the organisation signed it.
He would be assisted by the other members of CSAT and supported by the Executive Secretary to the Tribunal.
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