A team of students from the National Black Law Association, USA have made a donation to the victims of the Akosombo dam spillage with some cash .
The coming of the Students was as a result of a partnership foundation laid by a former SRC President of the Ghana School Of Law , Mr. Wonder Victor Kutor between the NBLA and GSL SRC.
Under Mr.Kutor’s leadership, the SRC of the Ghana School of Law initiated a bilateral relationship with the National Black Law Association (NBLA), in USA, culminating in a visit to Texas in April 2021.
During this visit, one of the lecturers at the Ghana School of Law, William Kpobbi , who is now a retired Chief State Attorney , spoke at a Public Lecture organized by the NBLA in Texas.
Mr.Odupong Agyapong Atta-Agyapong, President of the SRC for the 2022/2023 Academic year further extended this already established relationship with the new NBLA chair to fortify the connection between the SRC of the GSL and the NBLA
Mr. Atta-Agyapong who had ended his tenure passed on the torch to Ms.Getrude Emefah Donkor ,the current SRC president who seamlessly continued fostering this partnership .
Ms. Donkor as the current President of the SRC therefore oversaw a significant contribution from NBLA with the cedi equivalence of over Gh10, 000 to flood victims in the Volta region.
In a New Year message to the students of the Ghana School Of Law , the current SRC President, Ms.Getrude Emefah Donkor acknowledged the donation by the National Black Law Association students of the US.
“ It is was a collaborative efforts with the National Black Law Association students to donate to the displaced flood victim s at Mepe”, she noted
“ What we did was in the spirit of volunteerism and community service and this is who we are “,, she stressed
Aside from the donation , the NBLA team before their departure paid a courtesy call on the Director of Legal Education at the Ghana School Of Law, Lawyer Yaw Oppong to acknowledge his commendable leadership and governance in legal education in Ghana.