First Lady Commissions School of Law building named after her at Kano Varsity


By Abdullahi Jalalalluden

The First Lady of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Senator Oluremi Tinubu on Monday commissioned the School of Law Building named after her by Maryam Abacha American University of Nigeria, Kano.

Mrs Oluremi, who unveiled the building, expressed satisfaction with the facilities put in place and thanked the Founder of the University, Prof. Adamu Abubakar Gwarzo for naming the School building after her.

She commended the Founder and Chairman Governing Council of MAAUN, Prof. Adamu Abubakar Gwarzo for his contribution towards uplifting the standard of education in Nigeria and beyond.

“Iam delighted for being honored at this occasion and I am not taking it for granted as I will continue to support the youth because education is the key to freedom, ” she said.

The First Lady announced a N50 million endowment fund for the best graduating students in law in the university.

In his remark, the Founder of the university, Prof. Adamu Abubakar Gwarzo said MAAUN vision is to be a world class university renowned in teaching, research and service for global mankind.”

He said the mission of the university is to “offer the world with well educated and talented leaders and captains of industries by providing affordable and acceptable qualitative education and skills to all.”

Prof. Gwarzo, who spoke at length on the history of the university which started in Maradi, Niger Republic in 2013, restated his commitment towards providing quality education in the university.

After commissioning the edifice, the First Lady was conducted round the School of Law and the Murtala Ramat Mohammed library.

During the event, Mrs Tinubu was accompanied by the former First Lady, Hajia Maryam Sani Abacha, Minister of State, FCT, Dr. Mariya Bunkure, former Minister of Women Affairs, Mrs Poline Tallen and wife of the Secretary to Government of the Federation, Mrs George Akume.

Other personalities that accompanied the First Lady were 17 state governors wives including Niger, Borno, Ekiti, Ebonyi, Ogun, Nasarawa, Gombe, Plateau and Jigawa.

The rest were the wives of governors of Katsina, Taraba, Adamawa, Kogi, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Lagos and the host state, Kano.

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