It is true certain people are created and blessed with rare wisdom and impetus to attain the zenith of success devoid of open challenges, this is why Adamawa State remains one of the best in Nigeria.
The state has asserted itself in our national map as one of the states which produces the most prolific and top notch professional technocrats in Nigeria’s history.
The state has produced great people who always made history for the country in their various works of life and specializations.
Barrister Musa Ahmed Attah (BABA) is one of those young brains and rare gifts to Adamawa who made historical landmark in the legal profession.
His elevation and confirmation to the most prestigious legal position of the Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) as the youngest son of the state to attain the feat is an eloquent testimony to his academic prowess and educational excellence.
In a nutshell Barrister Musa Ahmed Attah (BABA), was born from a humble family in Jimeta Yola North of Adamawa state.
He had his primary school in the same Jimeta, and proceeded to GMMC Yola where he advanced his studies to obtain his secondary certificate in 1998 and later proceeded to a reputable federal University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) to secure his Bachelor’s Degree in LLB law in the year 2006.
Afterwards, he went to Nigeria law School at Lagos in his quest to attain the lofty height of a progressive career.
Without wasting time, Barrister Musa Ahmed SAN by dint of hard work and professional excellence probed his mettle in the legal profession culminating in his calle to bar.
The tireless Barrister Musa Ahmed SAN continued the legal practice with passion and strict adherence to the ethics of the profession and national interest for over a decade with countless successes and accolades.
Citizens of Adamawa state from all nooks and crannies have applauded the elevation of Barrister Musa Ahmed SAN due to his immense community developmental services without segregation and nepotism.
This is aside the thousands of scholarships he is rendering to hundreds of destitute, orphans, youths and women.
One of Baba’s childhood friends, Ibrahim Mada, the production manager of the Nigeria’s most investigative newspaper and magazine, Desert Herald, expressed great ecstasy at the success of the young man.
“As you become the youngest senior Advocate of Nigeria, I feel really proud of you! keep up the good work, and never ever stop working hard!! Congratulations,” Alhaji Bashiru Saido Liman said.