College for Legal studies Yola matriculates 1,420 students

One thousand four hundred and twenty students have been matriculated for the 2023/2024 Academic session to study various diploma programmes at the College for Legal Studies Yola, Adamawa State.

The matriculation ceremony took place on Saturday at the premises of the institution.

Speaking during the ceremony, the Acting Provost of the College, Barrister Suleiman Ahmad said the institution has put in place necessary measures to ensure that learning equipment, facilities and conducive environment are provided for Academic excellence.

Suleiman Ahmed enjoined the students to face their studies squarely and to shun social vices such as drug abuse, examination malpractice and cultism, saying that the college has no room for such.

The Provost praised Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri for his giant strides in education and other development policies and projects in the state, promising to complement the administration by drilling a solar powered borehole to provide running water to both the staff and the students in the institution.

He also commended the Adamawa State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice Barrister Afraimu Jingi and other relevant stakeholders including management and staff for their effort in repositioning the college to rub shoulders with other institutions of higher learning.

Barrister Suleiman advised both the newly admitted and returning students to take advantage of the rare opportunity they have to study and strive to represent the institution creditably.

He said the college under his watch has sensitized the newly admitted students through various orientation programmes on what they are expected to do as they carry on their programmes for the 2