Prominent Faculty Alumni


  • Hon Justice Mahmud Mohammed

    Chief Justice of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

    He attended Malam Kasimu Koranic School, Jalingo (1950 -53), Junior Primary School, Jalingo (1953-56), Senior Primary School, Jalingo (1957-59).L.LB Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria (1970) Justice Mahmud commenced his career in public service with the Ministries of Justice of the defunct Northeastern state, and Gongola state, and the judiciary of the Defunct Gongola state. In 1991, he was nominated the Acting Chief Judge of Taraba state, and was later confirmed as the Substantive Chief Judge of the state the same year. Prior to being appointed a Justice of the Supreme Court in 2005, he was Justice of the Court of Appeal, and then Presiding Justice. Stepping in as the 15th Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Mohammed has made history as the first indigenously-trained lawyer to rise to peak of the judiciary. His predecessors were trained outside the country.

  • Hon Justice Hansine Donli

    Justice, Ecowas Court of Justice

    Hon Justice Hansine Donli

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    Barr Ibrahim Shehu Shema

    Former Governor, Katsina State of Nigeria

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    His Excellency Governor Dr Simon Lalong

    The Executive Governor of Plateau State

    Simon Bako Lalong- the Governor of Plateau State was born on May 5th, 1963. He is a native of Ajikamai in Shendam Local Government Area of Plateau State. Simon Bako Lalong had his Primary School Education at R.C.M. Primary School Shendam obtaining his First School Leaving Certificate in 1977 he went further with his Secondary Education at G.S.S Shendam where he obtained his O’ Level Certificate in 1982. Furthermore he went to S.P.S Keffi where he had his A’ Level in 1986. Simon Bako Lalong thereafter studied Law at Abu Zaria and graduated with a Bachelor of Law degree in 1990. He went to the Lagos branch of the Nigerian Law School and had his one year compulsory studies and was called to bar in 1991. He did not just stop there, he went ahead to obtain his Masters Degree in Law(LLM) at the University of Jos in 1986.


  • Hon Justice Muhammad Lawal Uwaisu, GCON

    Hon Justice Muhammad Lawal Uwaisu, GCON

    Chief Justice of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (1995 to 2006)

    Chief Justice of the federal republic of Nigeria (1995 to 2006)Mohammed Lawal Uwais, former chief justice of Nigeria, 75, June 12. Born in Kaduna, Kaduna State, he was educated at the Institute of Administration, Ahmadu Bello University, ABU, Zaria; the University of London and Inn of Court, School of Law, London. He was called to the Bar at the Middle Temple, London, 1963. Uwais was assistant publicity secretary at the ministry of information, Northern Nigeria between 1959 and 1964; state counsel, 1966-1970; acting chief judge of Kaduna State, 1976. He moved to the Court of Appeal, 1979-1985, and became the acting chief justice of Nigeria, 1991-1992 and the chief justice of Nigeria in 1995. He was appointed to head a committee that reviewed the nation’s electoral laws by the late President Umaru Yar’Adua in 2007.


  • Hon Justice Idris L Kutigi

    Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria(2007 to 2009)

    Justice Idris Kutigi was born on December 31, 1939 in Kutigi, North-Western State (which is now located in the Lavun Local Government Area of Niger State). Justice Kutigi served as the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice in Niger State until 1976, when he was appointed high court judge. He served with honour in that position for more than a decade, and later joined the Supreme Court in 1992. After 10 years at the Supreme Court, based on the recommendation of the National Judicial Council, former President Olusegun Obasanjo appointed him to the position of Chief Justice to succeed Justice Salihu Alfa Belgore, who retired on January 17, 2007. By January 30, 2007, Kutigi was confirmed by the Senate and took over as the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Chairman of the Federal Judicial Service Commission and Chairman of the National Judicial Council. He occupied these offices simultaneously between January 30, 2007 and December 30, 2009.
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    His Royal highness, Aliyu Musdafa Barkindo

    His Royal Highness, the Emir of Yola

    Aliyu Musdafa Barkindo was born in Yola in February 1944, eldest son of the Lamido Aliyu Musdafa. He attended Barewa College, Zaria and then Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria where he obtained a Diploma in Law in 1969. Later he attended North London Polytechnic (1973–1975) and St Clements University in the Turks and Caicos Islands (2000–2002). He worked with the Nigeria Customs Service, Nigerian Port Authority and the National Freight Company. Joining the Gongola State civil service, he became a Commissioner for Works and later a Commissioner for Animal Health. Barkindo was a director of the National Engineering and Technical Company (1991–1993), chairman of Stirling Civil Engineering Nigeria Limited (1991–2003) and chairman of the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (2003–2005).[2]

  • Hon Mohammed Bello Adoke

    Nigerian Attorney General and Minister of Justice on 6 April 2010

    Barrister Mohammed Bello Adoke, Senior Advocate of Nigeria, was appointed Nigerian Attorney General and Minister of Justice on 6 April 2010, Adoke was born on 1 September 1963 in Kogi State. He gained a degree in law from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria


  • His Excellency Governor Donald Duke

    Donald Duke was the Governor of Cross River State, Nigeria from 29 May 1999 to 29 May 2007

    He received LLB degree in 1982 from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria - Nigeria, the B.L in 1983 from the Nigerian