National Open University Suspends Law Programmes

The National Open University of Nigeria has formally announced the suspension of admissions into its Law programme.

The decision which was announced on Tuesday according to its Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Abdallah Adamu, was sequel to the exclusion of graduates of its Law programme by the Council for Legal Education from attending the Nigerian Law School.

Adamu also premised the decision on the advice by the National Universities Commission that students should be stopped from undertaking the course pending the resolution of the impasse generated by the refusal of the Law School to allow NOUN graduates to attend its programme.

However, "in order to make things easier for everyone, we have accepted the NUC recommendation to halt admission into the programme until we streamline our activities with the CLE for NUC to convince the CLE that we are an ODL institution. He said.


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