Orji Uzor Kalu’s Daughter Bags First Class In Law From UK University

Daughter of Dr. Orji Uzo Kalu, Miss Ezinne Kalu has bagged a first-class Honours degree in Law from a prestigious University of Buckingham, UK.

Recall that Kalu’s son, Michael, also graduated with a first-class honours in Law from the prestigious Queen Mary University of London.

Speaking on Miss Ezinne Kalu academic excellence, the Spokesman of the House of Representatives, Hon. Benjamin Kalu said Bende Federal Constituency is proud of her.

In a statement made available to Igbere TV on Sunday, BenKalu said Bende Constituency also felicitates with Ms. Kalu for winning the prize for the Best Performance in Family Law as well as the Roderick Wu Prize for Best Performance in Law of Evidence, noting that her remarkable academic feat followsthat of her brother, Michael Kalu, who also graduated with a first-class honours degree in Law from Queen Mary University of London in the summer of July 2018.

According to Bankalu, ‘On behalf of the Constituency, the Office of Rep. Benjamin Okezie Kalu (MHR), is pleased to announce that Ms. Kalu will be honoured with a recognition and an award to be presented to her upon her return to Nigeria, for distinguishing herself academically and to serve as a motivation for other students from Bende to excel in their studies.’

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