Be Good Ambassador Of Edo University, VC Charges Graduating Students

By Ikhili Ebalu, Benin City

The Vice chancellor, Edo University, Iyamho, Prof. Emmanuel Aluyor, has charged the graduands of the institution to be good ambassador of the university wherever they find themselves in life.

Aluyor gave the charge, during the university Second Convocation Ceremony at the Institution Campus in Iyamho, Etsako West local government of Edo state.

He said 51 students  graduated from the Institution and that of the number four students graduated with first class honours, 21 got second class (upper division), 23 came out with 2nd class (lower division) while three had third  class.

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Aluyor assured of the  management committment  to sustain the vision of the founding fathers in providing quality education of world class standard to the students of the institution.

He listed some of the University’s achievements to include the acquisition of low & high fidelity manikins (Simman 3g) which enable the simulation of different kinds of scenarios for the training of Medical & Nursing students as well as  admittance of d University into the consortium of new sub-saharan medical schools (CONSAMS).

On his part, Edo state Governor, Godwin Obaseki, represented by the commissioner for education, Mr. Jimoh ijegbai, assured of goverment continued support to the university so as to achieve its laudable objective.

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Earlier, the chancellor of the University, Dr. Aderemi makanjuola, described the university as a  digital institution and a pride to Edo state & Nigeria in general.

While  commending  governor Godwin Obaseki for supporting the institution, Makanjuola applauded the Management for its innovative abilities in raising  the University to an enviable height.

Meanwhile, the  overall best graduating student, Daniel Onyedikachi Otti from the department  of computer science was offered automatic employment by Caverton helicopters.

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