Nigerian First Class Student Who Became A Lecturer At 24, Graduates From Harvard - MRCAESAR.COM

Thursday, 24 May 2018

Nigerian First Class Student Who Became A Lecturer At 24, Graduates From Harvard


Congratulations are in order for Kenneth Ononeze Okwor who has shown his academic worth again after graduating in style from Harvard University.  Kenneth who hails from Nsukka area of Enugu state – obtained a Masters Degree (LLM) Harvard Law School as he graduated with his colleagues today in America.
The young man who graduated with a Second Class (Upper Division) in Law from the University of Jos (UNIJOS), where he made distinctions in Commercial Law, International Law and the Law of Evidence – also bagged a First class degree from the Nigerian Law School.
He also made distinctions in Commercial Law, International Law and the Law of Evidence at University of Jos.
Kenneth Okwor became a lecturer of Corporate Law and Practice at 24 at the Nigerian Law School, Lagos Campus in 2016.
He made history at the Nigerian Law School after he was named the winner of ten prestigious awards.

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