The grand finale was a symposium for secondary school students at Lisabi Grammar School, Abeokuta, where over 200 students and 20 teachers were present
The theme for the law week was: “The female gender and the quest for balance.”
The chairperson of the chapter, Mrs. Kemi Osisanya, thanked members and audience for gracing the event.
She said FIDA was ready to fight for the rights of vulnerable groups, especially women and children.
Osisanya urged participants to avoid vices and practices, which do not promote good citizenship and human dignity.
The Assistant Director, Civil Litigations, Ogun State Ministry of Justice, Mrs. Oluwakemi Lawal, who represented the Solicitor-General and Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Justice Ogun State, Mrs.Yetunde Oresanya, urged the students to do their best as good ambassadors of their families and make the female gender proud.
She urged them to shun social vices but to work hard to attain greater heights in life.
Another speaker and Lecturer at Faculty of Law, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye Mrs. A. K. A. Kolawole, advised the students to cherish good ideals that uplift the society and dignity of the human person.
Students wrote out questions which were all discussed together.
In the end, the students agreed to change their negative perspectives about the female gender, to speak out against such evil vices and say no to vices militating against them.
The programme was attended by dignitaries from the state and beyond, including the Zonal Education Officer, Abeokuta South Local Government.
Mrs. Oresanya, who appreciated FIDA for the programme, advised that the the programme be replicated in other state branches, namely Ijebu-Ode, Sagamu, Ilaro and Ota in the furure.
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