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  3 Jan 2018

THE GOVERNOR, DR OKEZIE VICTOR IKPEAZU COMMENDS LEADERSHIP OF ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY.

 

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ABIA STATE UUNIVERSITY UTURU PRESS RELEASE

THE GOVERNOR, DR OKEZIE VICTOR IKPEAZU COMMENDS LEADERSHIP OF ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY.

The Governor of Abia state and visitor to Abia State University, Dr. Okezie Victor Ikepazu, has commended the Vice Chancellor, Professor E. Uche Ikonne and the University Governing Council led by the Pro-Chancellor and the Chairman, Senator Adolf Wabara, for their administrative ingenuity and exemplary leadership which has ensured improved ranking and great academic and infrastructural achievement so far recorded in the institution.

The Governor who disclosed this when members of the university Governing Council paid him a solidarity visit, called on other Heads of educational institutions in the state and beyond to emulate the Professor E. Uche Ikonne led administration in the University. The Governor described the Vice Chancellor, Professor Uche Ikonne as an administrative enigma and consummate academic who within two years in office transformed Abia State University into an enviable citadel of learning. He thanked members of the university Governing Council for living up to expectation and promise to continue to assist the university within the limit of available resources

Earlier in an address, the Pro Chancellor and the Chairman of the University Governing Council, Senator Adolf Wabara thanked the Governor for his unprecedented assistance and love for the University. He pledged the continue loyalty and support of the university community to the present and future political aspiration of the Governor.

Also speaking, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Uche Ikonne, thanked the Governor for assembling experienced and committed crop members of the University Governing Council, who have been pivotal to the numerous achievements of the University Administration. He enumerated some major achievement of the university Administration, under his watch, to include, improvement of academic content, accreditation of the college of Medicine and other academic programmes, improved ranking of the university, regular payment of salaries, improved welfare of staff and students and conducive environment for learning and research, which he attributed to unparalleled support of the Governor.

The Vice Chancellor on behalf of the university community prayed for God’s continued blessing and protection upon the Governor and mem