Chief Rotimi Amaechi, the former governor of Rivers State and the immediate past minister of transportation, received a Bachelor of Laws degree from Baze University in Abuja on Saturday.
The former minister was one of the 504 students who graduated from the school in a variety of fields of study, having not only aced their exams but also being deemed deserving in terms of knowledge and character by the school’s administrators.
Deji Adeyanju, a human rights advocate and the leader of Concerned Nigerians, was a student there and received a first-class degree in law and legal studies.
In the post, the activist thanked his mum and other family members who had lent their support throughout his time at the university.
Adeyanju tweeted, “Graduation celebration with my mom, uncle (Father) -Professor Adeyanju 85yrs who raised me with family members, friends, loved ones and my lecturer. LLB First Class confirmed. Grace!”