Adeboyin Adebisi got to interview Maureen a few days to her final exams as an undergraduate law student in the prestigious university of Lagos. Maureen Roy Ukoh is the ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) president and she is a member of the Law class of ’15. This pioneer member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society rose through the ranks to become the Secretary General and then the President…
Hey Maureen, how has your day being? Uh
It’s been a bit hectic, trying to read for exams.
How did you become the ADR Society President?
The previous president Teni Olowu called me and and asked if I intended taking after her and my response was “Ah! (laughs) do you think i will be able to do better than you have done?” So from the onset that has been my fear because I saw her bring the association from paper form to what it is now and that is a lot of responsibility and I was supposed to continue after her and that was an enormous responsibility. My fear was that I won’t be able to make her proud.
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