Allegations of corruption at the Nigerian Law School provokes uproar on social media

Explosive allegations detailing deep-set corruption in the Nigerian Law school hit social media early Friday, causing an anticipated uproar.

In a comprehensive report, the office of the Auditor-General of the Federation, Anthony Anyine, declared that it had uncovered several discrepancies in the financial statements of the Nigerian Law School.

The report claimed that the Nigerian Law School had illegally paid N32 Million to the account of an unidentified cleaner over a span of 12 months. Furthermore, it was reported that on account of dressing allowance fees for 52 workers, a sum of N 36 million was paid into an individual account of a staff. 


This egregious news caused many to wail at the decadence of the Nigerian system. They exclaimed that Nigeria as a whole has been marred with corruption; that even the judicial system is found wanting. 


Rebuke trailed the news as Nigerians declared that it was disgraceful to Nigeria’s Judicial system for the Nigerian Law School to be enmeshed in such immense financial fraud. 


Angry thumps in demand for prosecution and punishment for the culprits have also been beaten aloud. 


Some questioned how these individuals can be brought to justice when a sector of the justice system is the one responsible for the crime. 


In response to the allegations, the Director-General of the Nigerian Law School, Isa Chiroma, explained he was not in office when the stated crimes transpired but conceded that “government is a continuum.” He added that “I can’t imagine the Law School paying N36 million into one account on behalf of others.”

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