On Monday, Rivers Governor Nyesom Wike presented the Nabo Graham Douglas campus of the Nigerian Law School in Port Harcourt with a Certificate of Occupancy (C of O).
During the inspection of the finished campus by Chief Emeka Ngige (SAN), Chairman of the Council of Legal Education, and Prof. Isa Chiroma (SAN), Director-General of the Nigeria Law School, Wike delivered the certificate.
He declared that the Port Harcourt law school would be a self-sufficient organization in Nigeria.
He claimed that the purchase of the property next to the campus would allow its owners to use it for a variety of commercial and revenue-generating activities to help pay for the university.
We would like to use this opportunity to provide you the Certificate of Occupancy for the property that the Rivers State Government has purchased and paid for on behalf of the Nigerian Law School, Nabo Graham Douglas, Port Harcourt Campus (chairman).
“We are leaving the property to you so that you can generate some income to maintain this college; whatever money you make from it will only be used on this campus.
The Director-General, the Commissioner for Justice, and the State Attorney General will meet very soon to draft a Memorandum of Understanding.
It will make sure that you don’t use the money made on this school to finance other campuses; all profits will stay on this campus, according to Wike.
Wike instructed the Council of Legal Education to pick a date for the official transfer of control of the institution to the council.
Check out the lovely images from the law school below:
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