A female law graduate of the University of Calabar, Cross River State, has taken to social media to seek assistance after she revealed that it is becoming increasingly impossible to actualize her dreams of studying at the Nigerian Law School and subsequently be called to the Nigerian bar.
Glory Asuquo Ita, who late Wednesday night spoke with www.calitown.com, said she graduated from Unical in 2021, opted instead to undertake the mandatory one-year National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, instead of proceed to the Nigerian Law School, as she could not immediately afford the Law School fees.
Hear her: “Please this is my appeal to my fellow citizens. I have graduated from University of Calabar under the Faculty of Law since 2021. My physically challenged father and my mum, who is a petty trader have tried to see me through this far.”
“My name came out for Law School since 2021 but I have no money, so I decided to go for NYSC first and I’ve completed since October 2023. I have reapplied for Law School again but the money has been increased from N250, 000 (two hundred and fifty six thousand naira) to N450, 000 (four hundred and fifty thousand naira), excluding feeding and other logistics.
“I have no godfather but you fellow Nigerians are my godfather. Please I need your financial support, no matter how small it is.”
She further attached the law certificate obtained from the University of Calabar and her NYSC discharge certificate to authenticate her credentials and story. Additionally, Glory attaches her GTB account number, 0681206316 and her verified phone number, 08147857515, so help can reach her from well meaning individuals.
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