Mr. Ibrahim Mohammed Saad’deen (1973-2020) died on 23 May 2020, after a brief illness. Before his sudden death, Mr SA’AD was a Senior Lecturer in the Corporate Law Practice Department of Nigerian Law School, Augustine Nnamani Campus, Enugu.

A statement officially announcing his demise, and signed personally by the Director-General of the Nigerian Law School, Prof. Isa Hayatu Chiroma, SAN reads as follows:

“With deep sense of loss but with total submission to the will of GOD, the Council of Legal Education, Management, Staff and Students of the Nigerian Law School announce the passing away of one of its teaching staff, Mr. Ibrahim Mohammed Saad’deen on May 23, 2020 at the age of 47. He has since been buried in accordance with Islamic funeral rites. He is survived by a wife, children, aged parents and other relations. May GOD grant eternal rest to his soul and fortitude to his family, friends and colleagues to bear the loss. Signed: Prof. Isa Hayatu Chiroma, SAN

Many Lecturers interviewed by our reporter testified to how good and committed the deceased was as a lecturer, and how amiable and friendly he was with both staff members and students of the institution. They each expressed grief at his sudden passing to the great beyond. The Nigerian Law School is currently in a mourning mood as a result of this unfortunate development.
May his gentle soul Rest In Peace. Amen ?

26 thoughts on “Nigerian Law School Announces the Death of Ibrahim M. Saad’deen (Senior Lecturer), Suspends All Academic Activities for One Week, In Honour of the Deceased

  1. He was a good lecturer and also humble. May Almighty Allah forgive his short comings and grant him janatul firdaous.

  2. A good man indeed. I recall my interactions with him after law school. I’m really touched

  3. May the Almighty God grant his soul eternal rest and comfort his family and friends.

  4. Oh no, this is too sad. Such a young star in his prime. May God rest his soul and grant the family he left behind with aged parents the fortitude to bear this great loss.

  5. So sad.He taught me company law at the Enugu campus.He was brilliant.May the lord grant his family the strength to bear the loss.

  6. Wow! What an empty world! IB as I usually call him, may you find rest in our Lord’s bosom and may your family be conformted.

  7. A compassionate, warm and erudite scholar. His classes were engaging and inspiring. Rest in peace.

  8. A friend of all. An erudite scholar, a legal icon, an inspiring teacher, a benovolent giver and all good names you can think of. We pray that Almighty Allah Grant you Aljanah and console your family .

  9. A fantastically articulate company law teacher with phenomenal humility and humorous disposition. He would surely be greatly missed in the intellectual fraternity.

  10. No, not again! I had so much respect for that man. May his soul rest in perfect peace.

  11. We have lost a lot of fine grains in this campus. Since 2008 when I left the campus if am correct, we have lost three: Victor Nwogu, J. Oniekoro and now Saad. Too sad.

  12. So sad!
    Rest in peace Alhaji.
    Corporate Law classes will never remain the same without you

  13. I still cannot believe it that this good man and an amiable and wonderful corporate law guru is gone. May God grant him eternal rest and give fortitude to his family to bear the loss.

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