Oluyemi Adetiba-Orija leads an all-women Nigerian law firm, the Headfort Foundation. The group offers free legal services to poor people and those who are unable to get bail, as well as people facing long pre-trial detentions. In its first year of formally being set up, the Headfort Foundation has been able to facilitate the release of more than one hundred unlawfully incarcerated victims.
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