Law students win National Human Rights Essay competition
A final year law student of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, Miss Oluwaferanmi Ogunmodede, has emerged as best writer of the maiden Jacob Sule National Human Rights Essay competition for law students in Nigeria.
Ogunmodede’s essay was adjudged as the best in over 90 entries received by organisers of the competition.
According to the organisers, the Central Executive Council, Law Students’ Society (CECLSS), Ogunmodede’s essay was adjudged the best from over 90 entries from faculties of law across six geo-political zones of the country to emerge the best.
In a statement at the weekend by CECLSS, Ogunmodede won the essay competition after “a rigorous and successful screening of all the entries by our judges.”
It reads: “We are glad to announce that after a successful assessment of all entries by our judges, the winners of this competition have been agreed as follows:
Oluwaferanmi Ogunmodede, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko is the winner.
“First runner up is Adetunji Michael, Osun State University and the second runner up is Ekenobi ThankGod, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
“We received over 90 entries from law students across the six geo-political zones of Nigeria and same were assessed and agreed upon by our indefatigable team of judges.
“We congratulate the winners and all participants of this national essay competition and look forward to many more opportunities and successes together.”