Abia State Law School Students appeal to Dr. Ikpeazu for urgent help

OHAFIA-TV News | Abia State Law School Students appeal to Dr. Ikpeazu for urgent help

A group, under the aegis of ABIA STATE NIGERIAN LAW SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION (ALSSA) has called on the Executive Governor of Abia State, Dr. Victor Okezie Ikpeazu to intervene on their behalf. 

While noting the various giant stride the government has accomplished which includes but not limited to the construction of major roads in Abia, Provision of amenities, and core infrastructural developments which has enveloped the state since the beginning of his tenure.

The President of the association, Mr. Darlington Uwaoma appealed to the Governor to help out members of the group which comprises Abia state law students in the 6 campuses of the Nigerian law school – Abuja, Lagos, Yola, Enugu, Kano, and Bayelsa).


Revealing that the majority of them are starving and are yet to meet up with the financial demands of the Law school. Others are debtors due to the monies borrowed to actualize their dream. 

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Darlington Uwaoma also stated that Abia State students have always been among the best for the past 5 years with many students who are now lawyers bagging first-class from different campuses of the Nigerian law school and stressed that this year’s set will replicate the amazing feat. 

He pleaded that timely intervention of the Governor will go along way to help them prepare adequately for the task ahead. 


Recall that some states, recently Enugu State gave out grants to their indigenes to help curtail the financial hardship especially in this covid-19 season.

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