LAWSAN University of Calabar Gets New Executives

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Mr. Etaba Agbor Agwu (SAS) has been sworn in as the President of the Law Students Association of Nigeria, (LAWSAN) University of Calabar- Chapter.

Mr. Etaba emerged as the president following a keenly contested election held on Friday, 27th September 2019.

Also elected and sworn in alongside Mr. Etaba are Miss Iwara Alice who emerged as Vice President of the Association.  Mr. Emmanuel Ogar was sworn in as the Secretary while Miss Uzoma Patricia was sworn in as the Financial Secretary. Others are Miss Nwadibe Favour Lenora, Director of Socials, Solomon Akpabio, Director of Welfare, Omma-Agbor Zaiki,  Treasurer and Kelechi Nnamani Director of Sports

Speaking during the swearing ceremony, Mr. Etaba promised to build a LAWSAN every law student will be proud to belong to, he assured lawsanites of the fulfillment of all of his electoral campaign promises and more. He sought the support and cooperation of all law students in the Faculty. In his words:

“Today marks the start of a new era, a new beginning. I am very thrilled because a new beginning always gives an opportunity to right the wrongs of the past, while consolidating on the rights of the past as well. Today our dear union moves forward. It moves forward because of you. It moves forward because you reaffirmed the spirit that has triumphed our conflict and depression, the spirit that has lifted our dear LAWSAN from the depths of despair to the great heights of hope, the belief that while each of us will pursue our own individual dreams, we are a LAWSAN family and we rise or fall together as one union and as one people.”

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“As an administration, top on our agenda for LAWSAN shall be to strengthen our ties with the management, ensuring academic excellence and taking our dear LAWSAN to greater heights within and outside the University of Calabar. For want of time, We shall achieve the above in the spirit of justice, equality, fair play, unity, peace, ‘rule of law and careful observance of the fundamental human rights of all and sundry. This is the future we hope for, this is the vision we share, and that’s where we need to go forward.”

We congratulate Mr. Etaba.

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