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Canadian varsity produces all-Nigerian law programme graduands

By Orowo Victoria Ojieh

University of Calgary (UCalgary) in Alberta, Canada has churned out only Nigerians for its master of laws (LL.M.) programme. A dean of Law at the University of Calgary, Canada, Ian Holloway, went on Twitter to celebrate the nine Nigerians who graduated on the same day from the school.

Holloway also applauded the fact that all the LL.M. graduands are Nigerians, he shared the good news on the social media platform, posting a photo of a list containing their full names.

The University of Calgary is a public research institution. The institution started in 1944 as the Calgary branch of the University of Alberta which was founded in 1908. It became an autonomous university in 1966 after its separation from the University of Alberta.

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The institution has 14 faculties and over 85 research institutes and centres. It offers more than 250 academic programmes including medicine, law, and engineering.

The successful graduands are: Oluchi Jennifer Chikioke, Ola Eke-Okoro, Maryam Wuraola Lawal, Toritsemofe Alexandra Mene, Emmanuel Uche Odum, Ifedayo Isaac Olanipekun, Ifeoluwa Tolu- lope pop, Olaitan Adeniyi Oyekunle, Olashegun Olayinka Tokode.

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