Nigerian Young Lady Favour Ogini Graduates With A 2nd Consecutive First Class In Law

Favour Ogini, a young Nigerian woman has bagged her second consecutive first class degree in law in the space of three years. How did she achieve this?

Favour is a product of the Federal Government Girls’ College in Sagamu, Ogun State – Nigeria. After graduating in 2013, she enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws LLB program of the University of Bénin from where she graduated with first class honours in 2019. She received the prize of Best Graduating Student of the Faculty of Law that year.

In 2020, Favour was enrolled in the the Bachelor of Law BL programme at the Nigerian Law School. A few days ago, she graduated again with a first class.

Sharing the news of her win, Favour posted this on LinkedIn:

“At the Nigerian Law School, Lagos Campus I learnt a deeper sense of consistency, dogged determination and optimism. Even in the face of challenges, including the ones posed by the global pandemic, I learnt how to restrategize and never lose sight of my goals. I’m elated to share that I finished from the Nigerian Law School with a first class. I’m grateful to the Almighty God, the source of my being for His grace, strength, and favour.”

“I sincerely appreciate my parents, siblings, amazing teachers, mentors and friends for their support, encouragement and prayers. God bless you all. The best is ahead.”