Fri. May 29th, 2020

Law Students of Open University commend Buhari for signing NOUN Law

LAWSAN President Obochi Chibueze, speaking at an event organized by the association, said the amendment would resolve the prolonged crisis that has affected NOUN law students.http://Check pulse for more details. https://www.pulse.ng/news/local/open-university-law-students-praise-buhari-for-signing-noun-law/m3ml431

The Nigerian Law Students Association (LAWSAN), chapter of the National Open University (NOUN), Abuja, praised President Muhammadu Buhari for signing the NOUN Amendment Act. ‎

LAWSAN President Obochi Chibueze, speaking at an event organized by the association, said the amendment would resolve the prolonged crisis that has affected NOUN law students.

According to Chibueze, by signing the bill in the face of the multiple problems facing the institution, President Buhari has shown a strong feeling of reasoning.

He also praised the National Assembly for standing by its constitutional mandate to rid the nation of concepts stripped of fairness and equity in ensuring that the immediate attention it deserved was given to NOUN amendment bill.

“The NOUN amendment Act 2018 which was gazetted in March this year has demystified issues and provided clearity in areas hitherto perceived as ambiguous in the original Act.

“We must humbly appreciate President Muhammadu Buhari, for seeing reasons to sign the above mentioned bill into law in Dec. 2018, and our indefatigable Vice-Chancellor Prof. Abdalla Adamu and his management team,” he emphasized.

According to him, the university system in the country needs to be embraced and a sustainable curative measure taken to reduce the deficiencies generated by disparities in the system, especially with regard to law as a study course.

He called on the institution’s law students to wait patiently for the outcome of the ongoing process leading to their admission to the law school before the Council for Legal Education (CLE) and the School of Nigerian Law.

Dr. Odike-Adakole Eje, Dean, Faculty of Law, NOUN, who represented the VC at the case, also spoke of classifying the institution as a world class.

He said the school would continue to live-stream its lectures on telecommunications gadget to bring the best out of the students.

“Lectures cannot continue to be delivered in a close circle. NOUN has gone wide,” he reiterated. 

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