Fatima Mohammed Ibrahim Emerges as t New President of the African Association Law Students’ Internship Club (AfBA-LSIC)

The President of the African Bar Association, Hannibal Uwaifo Esq. has appointed a new leadership for the African Bar Association Law Students’ Internship Club following the expiration of the tenure of office of the out gone Exco.

In letters issued to this effect by the Secretariat Administrator of AfBA-Faith Onyekperem Esq., issued on the 24th of January, 2022, Miss Fatima Mohammed Ibrahim from the Faculty of Law, University of Jos, Nigeria, emerged as the President of AfBA Law Students’ Internship Club.Miss Ibrahim has a long string of experience in managing Law Students’ Affairs which Include being the Head of the Female Law Students in Nigeria at a period preceding her appointment.

Miss Meron Gebeheyo of the Addis Ababa University Law School, was appointed vice President, while Eastins Obinna Uchendu of the Nigeria Law School (In Waiting) was appointed Secretary. Miss Osato Obano emerged as Programmes Coordinator and Organizing Secretary, while a well known student blogger and the brain behind the evocative hub -Miss Esther Osawaru emerged as the Publicity Secretary/Head of Protocol and International Affairs.

A statement by the Co-ordinator of the Programme -Douglas Ogbankwa Esq indicates that their appointment takes immediate effect. thanked the Onosetale Itua and the Umoh Edet led outgoing AfBA -LSIC Exco for their pioneering leadership and he wished them well in their future endeavors.


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