UniUyo is second in Int’l Law contest

From Sam Ibok

University of Uyo (UNIUYO) emerged the second best at the 19th All African International Humanitarian Law Moot Court competition held from November 21 to 23, in Arusha, Tanzania.

Nigeria’s representatives at the tourney lost the first place to their Zimbabwean counterparts from the Great Zimbabwe University, on Saturday.

The team was represented by Aniekan-Abasi Udo-Okon, Nkereuwem Akpabio and Victor Daniel, all of the UNIUYO; while the Zimbabwean team was made up of Kundiso Charmaine Rusike, Makomborero Muropa and Ashley Muza.

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Udo-Okon was also adjudged the best speaker and has been offered an internship placement with the Mechanism for International Tribunals (MICT) in 2020.

The competition is organised by the International Court of Justice (ICJ), in partnership with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).

The competition brings together IHL national champions from all over Africa and…

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