Meet This First-class Nigerian Lawyer Who Is Also The Face Of Bayelsa Girl Child

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The face of Bayelsa girl child, Ebizi Blessing Eradiri is the 24-year-old double first-class graduate in Law from Niger Delta University, Amassoma and the Nigerian Law School that the Bayelsa State Government Just honoured recently. To celebrate her new appointment as the face of Bayelsa girl child below is her life story of what she experienced before becoming a double First-class Nigerian lawyer. Ebizi Blessing Eradiri [Face of Bayelsa Girl Child]: Who is She? Ebizi Blessing Eradiri is the fourth person and first female to get a first-class honour in Niger Delta University, Amassoma and she is also the first person to get first-class honours in Nigerian Law School from her University. The 24-year-old is also a computer forensic examiner and at the moment, she is currently practising law in Lagos. Ebizi Blessing Eradiri hails from Agudama-Ekpetiama community in Yenagoa local government of Bayelsa State. But She grew up in Port Harcourt and according to what we heard, she is the only daughter and second child of her parents. In an interview with BBC, Ebizi said the day that she will never forget in her life was when they told her that she is a first-class honour in law school and she started shedding tears of joy because she didn’t believe that at first. She also said that the good news was announced to her while she was still in NYSC Camp and this means her dreams are coming through because she has been working hard to bag the first-class honour. Challenges That Ebizi Blessing Eradiri Faced Before Becoming First-Class Nigerian Lawyer and Face of Bayelsa Girl child She added that the journey was not that easy for her because of financial challenge and at some points, she wanted to even quit. She also ventured into small catering and events decoration job, paid tutorial classes just for her to raise money and support herself while still schooling. “Another challenge I faced was that the law faculty in my school doesn’t have a hostel for students which made me rent off camp accommodation and we lived in an area where robbery incidents are common. She added that the journey was not that easy for her because of financial challenge and at some points, she wanted to even quit. She also ventured into small catering and events decoration job, paid tutorial classes just for her to raise money and support herself while still schooling. “Another challenge I faced was that the law faculty in my school doesn’t have a hostel for students which made me rent off camp accommodation and we lived in an area where robbery incidents are common. The electricity challenge too. Today, the reason why I am using eyeglasses is that I studied with poor light that destroyed my eyes. Even though I have a rechargeable lamp but it is not every time we have light to even charge it so I use candlelight.

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