The President of the Federation of African Law students, H.E Alfred Eli K. Dei and his special envoy will be visiting Abuja, Nigeria from 22nd to 24th of November, 2021.
This visit to Nigeria is geared towards the much anticipated continental Moot competition to be hosted in Ghana next year, by delving into the scope of the AfCFTA and the effect of Trade Facilitation on continental integration. Hon. Siaffa Bahn Kemokai, II, the Director of External Affairs and Diplomacy of the Federation of African Law students will be present to strengthen the diplomatic ties between the Federation and these reputable offices.
During this period of stay in Nigeria, the leadership of the Federation of African Law students, will visit the offices of H.E Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, the Vice President of the Republic of Nigeria, Mr. Hannibal E. Uwaifo, the President of the African Bar Association, Hon. Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, the Minister of Education and also the leadership of the Law Students Association of Nigeria.
The Federation seeks to have an interaction with these major stakeholders to discuss how it can partner with their offices towards the growth and development of education in Africa. The development of students in Africa is extremely instrumental in rebuilding the broken walls of Africa. Thus, in his inaugural speech, H.E Alfred Eli K. Dei promised to build strategic alliances and partnerships that will positively impact the Federation. By delivering on his mandates, these collaborative efforts will go a long way towards building new frontiers for law students in Africa.
His administration is still committed to unifying the African Voice.
Long live FALAS!
Long live Africa!