Nigerian Law School Class 80 sets aside N5m for top graduates

The Nigeria Law School Class of 1980 has set aside the sum of 5 million Naira as an endowment for the best graduate students of the school.

A member of the 42nd Anniversary and Class Reunion event planning committee, Professor Epiphany Azinge (SAN), revealed this during a briefing to reporters.

The committee said the week-long program is to appreciate God for preserving the lives of surviving members of the class after losing 101 of the 540 members.

Azinge also voiced his support for the judgment of the National Labor Court, which awarded a monthly salary of N10 million to Nigeria’s Chief Justice.

He said the court had set the tone for negotiations over the fair salaries of magistrates.

“You can’t accuse the judiciary of corruption and deprive it of funds,” he said.

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