The LAW STUDENT’S ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (LAWSAN) DIRECTORATE OF POLICIES, PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS (SOUTH-EAST ZONE) will be engaging on a campaign tagged “LAWSAN GOES TO SCHOOL”.
The essence of this campaign is to visit 50 secondary schools in the South-East and champion an awareness entitled “WHAT THE LAW IS NOT… BRINGING THE LAW HOME”. This is part of the Value infrastructure of the National Leadership of LAWSAN, which understands the need to give back to society.
Speaking with Nwankwo Kennedy, a representative of the body and Deputy campus Director for Policies, Programs and Projects (Abia state university), he elaborated that with this campaign, “a lot of myth surrounding what the law is and what is not will be tackled, as every secondary school student will be intimated on the need to know the law and have a copy of the constitution!”
The President of the Association, Emmanuel Eze Nwobodo, has also called for individuals who seek to add value to the society, to volunteer in this outreach. He added that it would be an experience worth having, also noting the fact that there would be lots of benefits accrued.
The campaign is billed to hold on the 29th November, 2019 and will herald a paradigm shift in social reformation.
“Join LAWSAN as we embark on this journey of colouring lives and adding value!”