Nigerian Law School graduates four First Class students out of 2,852

The Council of Legal Education, which is the body in charge of the Nigerian Law School, has announced that out of the 2,852 regular students who sat for its May 2015 Bar Final Examinations, only four of them came out with First Class honours.
It gave the names of the four candidates as Fatima Bombom Sani, Genevieve Chinyeaka Mbonu, Adetutu Abisoye Olowu and Reason Emma Abajuo from Abuja, Lagos, Lagos and Enugu campuses respectively.

The Council stated this when it announced the release of the results of both the Bar Final examinations for regular students conducted in May 2015 and the Bar Final Re-sit examinations held in April 2015.
A statement issued on Thursday by the Director-General of the Nigerian Law School, Mr. Olanrewaju Onadeko revealed that out of the 2,736 students who participated in the re-sit examination, only 1,648 were successful. They will be called to the Bar with a pass.
However, 990 of the students were not so lucky because they again failed, even as ninety-eight of the students managed to escape with a conditional pass.
For the May 2015 Bar Final Examinations conducted for the regular students, 2,852‎ were disclosed by Mr. Onadeko to have participated in the examinations.

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