SHUTTI, Ridwanullah Olaitan
The Human Rights Chambers of the Faculty of Law, University of Ilorin, on Saturday, held a capacity building workshop for students of the institution.
The university auditorium basement was packed with participants from different faculties in the institution to catch a glimpse of the event as it unfolded.
The workshop, which was targeted at helping undergraduates to have additional knowledge of what is being taught in the classroom, was facilitated by Miss Mariam Ogunsanya, Abdullateef Afolabi, Atunde Ahmed and Haroon Abdullah.
The training, scheduled to hold between 11am and 4pm, featured Powerpoint presentation, Curriculum Vitae, Essay Writing, Public Speaking, Content Creation and Policy Writing.
It was learnt that some of the participants were sponsored by Senator Fasasi, Senator Muhammed Basheer and the president of the Faculty of Engineering, Salahudeen Muhammed Bashir.
The Lord Activist of the Human Rights Chambers, Faruq Ibrahim Adeiza, commended the facilitators and participants for their time and efforts. Meanwhile, he seized the opportunity to communicate various programs and activities of the chamber to them.
In attendance were members of the Executive Council of the President of the Student Union, Comrade Taofik Waliu, the President of the Law Students Society, Mr Ibrahim Ismail Mojishola, the Human Rights Chambers, Senator Abdulyekeen Muhammad Basheer (Faculty of Law constituency), General secretary of the Student Union, Mr Isaac Adeleye.
Others are the Attorney General of the Law Students Society, Mr Isiaka Azeez Ayinde SAU, The President of the Student Union Bar Association, Mr Adedimeji Quayyim Abdulhafeez, and a host of other dignitaries on campus