A High Court judge, Her Ladyship Elizabeth Ankomah advised lawyers that they owe a duty of care to the unsuspecting public at the launch of the Bachelor Of Law (LLB) program at the Pentecost University.
The Pentecost University launched their law faculty to offer a Bachelor Of Law (LLB) programme starting from September 2021 at the Phase 2 Auditorium of the university.
Pentecost University is a premier private university in Africa. The Bachelor of Law is one of the demand-driven programs designed in the university to provide outstanding intellectual training, ethical and problem-solving skills to students.
The Bachelor Of Law (LLB) is a four (4) years program for SHS graduates and three (3) years for post-first-degree holders in any discipline.
Her Ladyship Elizabeth Ankomah was the Guest speaker at the launch supported by Prof. Kwabena Agyapong-Kodua, VC Pentecost University, Apostle Dr. Opoku Onyinah, Former Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Mr. Foster Kobina Amoani. Registrar at Pentecost University, Lawyer Elias McDave, Dean of Pentecost University law Faculty, Lawyer J A Lakai, Rev. Nelson Adu, P.U. Acting Dean of Student Affairs/School’s Chaplain, Madam Oppong Dolphy, Mohammed Amara, Sierra Leone high commission, Nii Kpakpo Okogyeman, Nkosuo hene, Naa Ode Akleh , Queen of Sowutuom amongst others.
“all too soon our law is duly launched, the way is cleared, the journey can continue, Pentecost University has cleared the road to train God-fearing lawyers. Let’s tell the public about the law and about Pentecost University law, where professional ethics is impacted into our students.” Prof. Kwabena Agyapong-Kodua
The guest Speaker, Her Ladyship Elizabeth Ankomah in her speech said “as a lawyer you owe a duty of care to the unsuspecting public” after she posed a question to them “Why can’t you lawyers tell us simple truth?”.
She went further to encourage the public to take advantage of the LLB programme introduced by Pentecost University since the institution is not designed to only give students knowledge about the programme, but it is a place of God aspect.
There was a brief tour of the law faculty after the launch.