By Adegboye Alliyah; LSS press
On 24th January, 2019, Liberty Chambers held her freshers’ orientation program tagged “The Integration.” The program featured the final round of the freshers’ oratory contest and quiz competition.
The opening prayer was given by the P.R.O.; Adegboye Alliyah. Student personalities from the Faculty of Law in person of Jimoh Omotayo(former LA of the chamber), Haroon Ibrahim(CJSU), and Opeoluwa Sanni,(manager of Legal Aid Clinic and president for the MDQS) graced the occasion.
Bamidele Jamaldeen; Lord Advocate of the
chambers, gave his opening address after which a lecture on “The relationship between law students and extra curricular activities,” was delivered by Opeoluwa Sanni.
The finals for the oratory contest was moderated by Jimoh Omotayo and the topic for the contest was “Trial of the CJN, a political witch-hunt or appropriate measure.”
Thereafter, a brief remark was given by the judges and Mr. Daibu; staff adviser to the chambers, after the contest.
Subsequently, certificates were presented to every participant and winners were announced thus;
Adebayo Yusuf Adebayo-winner for the essay contest.
Jamiu Toheeb, Musa Abdulgafar and Abdullah Abdulazeez- winners for the quiz contest.
Abdulmalik Abdulganiyu,Jamiu Toheeb and James Titiloye- winners for the oratory contest.
Baba Yeshiroh- winner for the selfie contest.
The closing prayer was then given by the Deputy Lord Advocate; Hamidah Kwajafa, to bring the program to a successful end.