The Fati Lami Abubakar Institute for legal and Administrative Studies, Kpakungu, Minna, Niger State, invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the vacant position of:...[...] Date Posted: 30 Nov 2016
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About The Fati Lami Abubakar Institute For Legal And Administrative Studies
The Institute started with two academic programmes. These ware diploma in art and diploma in law (Sharia and Civil) in the early 1980s, at the temporary site of Zungeru Collage of advanced studies (ZUCAS) Bida.
When ZUCAS later moved to its Permanente site at Zungeru, the Institute with the two programmes were transferred to Minna and temporarily sited at college of art and Islamic studies Tudun Fulani, Minna.
In 1985/86 session, the Institute was merged with its host collage, Collage of art and Islamic studies (CAIS) and renamed Collage of art and Islamic legal studies (CAILS) to implied the law component of the programme run in the merged Institute.
engr. A.A Kure In September, 1999 the Institute was moved to its permanent site at Kpakungu, Minna by the government engr. A.A Kure of engr. A.A Kure and renamed Justice Fati Lami Abubakar Collage of art and Islamic legal studies (JFLA CAILS) after the former first lady of Nigeria.
The legal instrument backing the Institute was signed in to law on 21 of October, 2001. But in 2011, the Niger state government under the chief savant, Dr. Maazu Babangida Aliyu (CON) by its legal notice NO.,20Vol.15 renamed the Institute as Fati Lamin Abubakar Collage for legal and general studies (FLA CLGS) Minna and later renamed as Fati Lami Abubakar Institute for legal and Administrative Studies (FLA ILAS) Minna.
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