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6th Nigerian Law School opens in Yola  print

Published on December 23, 2012 by   ·   1 Comment

The Yola Campus of the Nigerian Law School, the sixth to be established, will commence operation in January 2013, the Director-General of the Nigerian Law School, Dr Tahir Mamman, has said.

Mamman made this known on Sunday in an interview in Yola.

“The happy news is that by January 2013, the campus is taking off. We have already admitted students and they will commence registration in the middle of January,” Mamman said.

Mamman explained that the campus would take off with 250 students owing to existing facilities to accommodate them.

He commended the government and people of Adamawa for their efforts and commitment for the take-off of the campus.

He also gave assurance that the management of law school would continue to do its best to maintain standard and equal learning opportunities in the campuses across the country.

The remaining five campuses are sited in Victoria Island in Lagos State, Bwari in the Federal Capital Territory, Bagauda in Kano State, Agbani in Enugu State and Yenagoa in Bayelsa.

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1 Comment for “6th Nigerian Law School opens in Yola”

  1. Obiora Adaobi Lilian

    Pls i want verify and ask smtim!
    I graduated 4rm Madonna Univerisity and av not been sent 2 law school cos of Quota or soi wish 2 join d next batch even if its Yola campus i ll go!
    Pls any help???

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