Some three Ghanaian law students have been honoured by The Gambia Law School for their outstanding performance in academics.
They are Albert Agyapong, Naa Koshie Mills and Chelsea Oforiwaa Ofoe.
Albert Agyapong was adjudged Best Student in ‘Legal Drafting and Conveyancing’ as well as Best Student in ‘Company Law and Commercial Practices’.
Mr. Agyapong graduated with a First Class Degree in Law from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) in 2017.
After writing the Ghana Law School entrance examinations twice and not making it to the law school, Mr. Agyapong left the shores of Ghana to Gambia to continue his legal education and has graduated with honours to his credit.
Naa Koshie Mills was also adjudged Best Student in ‘Advocacy Skills’ by The Gambia Law School.
Ms Mills, who is also a product of GIMPA, wrote the entrance exams at the Ghana Law School once, but could not make it.
Chelsea Oforiwaa Ofoe, who also enrolled at The Gambia Law School after being unable to make it to the Ghana Law School, was adjudged Best Student in ‘Professional Conduct’.