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Two UNIUYO Students Bag First Class At Law School


John Inyene and Kuseme Iseh have bagged a First Class at the Nigerian Law School, becoming  first graduates of the University of Uyo (UNIUYO) to achieve the feat.

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The two graduates were among the 29 law graduates who finished with a First Class at the 2017 Call-to-Bar ceremony held last Saturday.

John, who was the Faculty of Law Students Association of Nigeria (LAWSAN) president, graduated with highest Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA).

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A total number of 5,891 students participated in the Bar Part II examination, with 4,285 graduated successfully.

A breakdown of the results showed that 211candidates graduated with a Second Class (Upper Division), while 1,046 students made Second Class (Lower Division); 334 had Conditional Pass. A total of 1,272 failed the Bar final examination.



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