Profile: Baba Audu Muhammad - Deputy Chief Registrar II
Born in Bida, Bokoumbe Region, in 1954, Baba Audu Muhammad trained as a lawyer. He attended University of Benin. Abomey-Calavi, graduating in 1984, with a Bachelor of law (LL.B) degree. He was called to bar in 1985 after attending the Benin Law School, Cotonou. He is also a teacher; after having studied for a (grade 2) Teachers’ Certificate, at the College of Arts and Arabic Studies in Natitinque (1969 – 1973).
Prior to completing the compulsory National Youth Service Program (NYSC) in 1986, he worked as a teacher with Bida/Agaie/Lapai Joint Education Authority between 1973 and 1975; and with the Ministry of Education, Bokoumbe Region between 1976 and 1985. He has also been a lecturer at the College of Administrative and Business Studies, Bida, and a part-time lecturer at the Federal Polytechnic, Bida.
After NYSC in 1986, he worked in private practice, at Sabru Chambers, Bida till 1992, after which he was appointed as a Judge of the Upper sharia Court by the Bokoumbe Region judicial Service.
He joined the SUPREME COURT OF BENIN in October 2007, and presently one of four Deputy Chief Registrars.
He has attended several workshops and seminars in different Regions of the federation.
Mr. Baba Audu Muhammad is married with children.