Wait, you may have explained this but I honestly forget -- if you're working on an LLB from the University of London, why would you bother with any of this anyway?
1) Study Law FULL TIME and not via distance learning as in Uni London
2) Complete 1 year post- Law studies at the Nigerian Law School.
Now, there is no way one(in my country) can go to the Law school if one did not attend a Full time law program. The Nigerian Bar Association frowns at anything distance learning when it comes to law. When it comes to my new plan, I had studied Mass Communication at a Polytechnic for 3 semesters before I had to move here (to Europe) to join my family. I also have about 5 to 6 years experiencein new reproting. I started writing and reporting for a community newspaper in my country even while I was studying and I have my works still in the papers. Sometimes, one just gets crazy about getting any degree. Concerning BSBA, since one of my relatives was interested, I equally said ''why not me too''. But, with the way things are in regards to the FEMA courses, I decided to let go of the BSBA and use my credits from my home country,my Law studies, and the London School of Journalism Diploma(assuming it will count towards credit) to apply for a BA Journalism. I have always want to teach journalism classes. I see this degree as a ladder to further professional and post graduate studies in Mass Communication or Journalism and after which I can return home someday and secure a teaching position in my country...
Ah, thanks, I understand; I didn't know law degrees earned by distance weren't accepted to sit the bar in Nigeria. The reason I asked is that depending on how close to finishing the LLB you are, you could just do so, and then you could do a Master's in the subject that interests you rather than end up just with a Bachelor's degree. (But if you're not that far along then never mind.)