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About Nnanyelugo Ezejiofor

Nnanyelugo Ezejiofor is a dual-qualified lawyer eligible to practice law in Nigeria and Canada. He was born in Enugu and under the tutelage of his late father, Prof Gaius Ezejiofor (SAN), a well-respected legal scholar, he graduated with a Bachelor of Law (Honours) from the University of Nigeria. Nnanyelugo was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2003.

After completing his mandatory military service, Nnanyelugo practiced as an Associate with the Law Office of Messrs Rickey Tarfa and Co. in Lagos, Nigeria, specializing in Civil Litigation, Corporate and Criminal Law.

Nnanyelugo appeared before both the Provincial and Superior Courts of Record. He then obtained a Master of Laws in Comparative and International Dispute Resolution from Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London, UK in 2006.



Nnanyelugo proceeded to work as a business consultant with the World Bank Group, coordinating the South-Eastern Region of Nigeria, on the Sub-National ‘Doing Business’ Project.


Prior to immigrating to Canada, he was also a Senior Associate at Springfield Solicitors in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. Nigeria, specializing in Civil Litigation, Criminal, Family and Real Estate Law.

After immigrating to Canada, Nnanyelugo completed his National Committee on Accreditation (NCA) exams in Alberta. He also volunteered with the Canadian Cancer Society and worked as a Law Student Volunteer with Pro Bono Law Alberta.

Upon obtaining his Certificate of Qualification from the NCA, he completed articles of clerkship at the Law Office of O. Benjamin Vincents (OBV Law P.C.) in Concord, Ontario.


Nnanyelugo then completed an Immigration Consultant Diploma from the Anderson College of Business in North York, Ontario.

Being an immigrant himself, Nnanyelugo knows that moving to, and settling in, Canada can be a leap of faith. For this reason, it is his sincere wish to assist and serve individuals, from diverse walks of life, make a smooth transition into Canada.


Nnanyelugo is fluent in both English and Igbo. In his spare time, he loves to read, discuss current affairs, and play soccer. He is an avid sports lover, who enjoys watching soccer, basketball, and tennis. His favorite soccer team is the Italian club, Juventus, a team Nnanyelugo follows passionately.

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