National Open University of Nigeria,NOUN Graduates To Start Going For NYSC, Law School

Filed in School News | By Emmanuel Worthwhile | Last Modified On

National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN)
in graduates within the age bracket will start
going for Youth service (NYSC) soon.

This
was revealed by the Vice Chancellor of
NOUN, Prof. Ado Tenebe. He also said that
its law graduates may soon gain admission
into the Nigerian Law School, following
discussions and intervention by eminent
Nigerians who believe in the vision and
mission of the institution as a full-fledged
university.

‘NOUN graduates for NYSC, Law School soon’
The VC of National Open University was
speaking at the convocation assembly where
he was showcasing first first-class graduates
of the institution to the general public.
Here are his exact words, “We are at an
advanced stage, because eminent Nigerians
like the former President Olusegun
Obasanjo, who is also one of our students,
and respected citizen of this country have
taken it upon themselves to help us contact
the authorities to allow our graduates go
through the Law School and participate in
the bar.”

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