Ayodimeji Ameenat and Christiana Peter.
Justice Chambers, Faculty of law organized an Energy and infrastructural summit, today June 19, 2019 in the Faculty of law moot court.
The event officially started with an opening prayer followed by the national and the schools’ anthem as the event proceeded to the introduction of the panelists, speakers, guests and the topic.
Lord Chancellor of Justice Chamber, Waliyyullahi Adekanye noted that “the summit is the first of it kind in the entire university on energy and infrastructure”.
The speaker, Yahaya Ibrahim also gave his lecture on Oil and Gas. Briefing the history of oil in Nigeria he gave statistics of the oil reserve in Nigeria. He stated, “You can calculate how long and how much a country can be relevant in the oil sector with the oil reserve level…”
The programme also featured a panelist session with Chinda John and Yahyah Ibrahim moderated by Opeyemi Sanni.
There was a question and answer session after which the panelists were awarded by the Dean, faculty of Law as represented.
Adeniyi Lateefah gave a vote of thanks then the program came to a conclusion with the recitation of the University’s anthem.