Prince Bola Ajibola is rated as one of the 50 most influential Muslims in the world. Ajibola is a former head of the Nigerian High Commission in London and the president and founder of the Islamic Movement for Africa. He recently founded the Crescent University, in Abeokuta, Nigeria. Interestingly, a Nigerian, Prince Bola Ajibola, was one of the 17 judges who presided over the matter at the World Court.
In this interview, the 82-year-old Ajibola, shares his experience as a former judge in the World Court and gave insight into why Nigeria lost Bakassi to Cameroon.

Last week, we brought the view of Sheikh AbdurRaman Ahmad on the socio-economic situation in Nigeria and his advice to President Muhammadu Buhari –
Sheikh Ahmad is one of the top 50 influential Muslims in the world and the National Missioner and Chief Imam of Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria.

For names of Nigerians who made the list read:

For more updates:‎
Join our social media channels:
*Subscribe to iWITNESS NG NEWSLETTER* for instant updates –
TO ADVERTISE WITH US – 07044608428‎ OR 08094312454
Send reports/press releases/opinions/pictures to‎

Previous articleHow I emerged as judge in World Court, my experience by Prince Bola Ajibola
Next articleArrest of judges: The law, the sentiments and morality questions


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here