17 months gone, tutorials are done and the scripts have been dusted. Yet the lights are still on, all in search of the best among the rest. And like an arrow, the rays pointed to a first-class law graduate from the University of Ibadan Bukola Fatima Alada. She was the best of over 4,000 graduating law students called to the bar months back.
Her wealth of credible achievements justifies her newly awarded result at the law school. Bukola has been identified directly under the spotlight for many years now.
Back in her University days, Bukola won numerous awards for her hard and smart work. It’s safe to say Bukola played smart on campus simply because she knew where and when to be at every passing second. She was a great manager of her time.
Bukola was a member of JCI on campus and attended literary all their activities while in school. She’s from a family of scholars. Her Father, Professor Abdul Razak Akinlola Alada was the former Dean of Student and Chairman Security Council, University of Ibadan. Her grandfather was also a lawyer. And her elder sister, Damilola Alada was also a first-class graduate of law from UI.
From law school, Bukola Fatima Alada was awarded as the best overall female student of the year prize, donated by the National Association of Women Judges.
Justice J.O. Shofolahan, 1st Prize(Former D.G Nigerian Law School) and Justice Ayo Irikefe, GCON 1st Prize.
She also won former attorney general Mohammed Bello Adoke’s prize in professional ethics.
Best Female student in criminal litigation was also awarded to her.
Bukola got four other prizes awarded of the best graduate of the year. Which were donated by Justices Atanda Fatai Williams, Taslim Ella’s, and Adetokunbo Ademola among others which summed up to 15 awards.
When asked for her next plan, Bukola Fatima Alada replied Master’s degree at one of the Ivy League universities in the U.S.