The Lagos State Government has completed renovation of a wing of the Nigerian Law School hostel at the Lagos Campus of the school.

A source who is familiar with the project told CITY LAWYER that the handover ceremony was done on 5th January, 2023 between Lagos State Government officials, representatives of the Nigerian Law School as well as the contractor.

CITY LAWYER gathered that the extensive works included renovation of a wing in the building of 5 floors, renovation of 10 rooms on each floor totaling 50 rooms, replacement of water closets and showers, painting of corridors and external walls, electrical and special services, as well as mechanical services.

The contract was awarded by the Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu-led Administration and implemented by the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure while the contractor was Messrs Motak Investments (Nig.) Limited.

It is recalled that Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike recently built and handed over a state-of-the-art facility to the Council of Legal Education for the take-off of the Port Harcourt Campus of the Nigerian Law School.

Several other renovation projects have either been completed or are ongoing at the school, arising from an ambitious renovation programme launched by the Chairman of the Council of Legal Education, Chief Emeka Ngige SAN during his 60th birthday anniversary ceremony.

Following the launch of the initiative, several stakeholders have keyed into the chairman’s pet project and taken up sundry renovation works to shore up the decayed infrastructure at the 60-year-old school.

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