RIVERS STATE UNIVERSITY SAYS IT HAS KEPT TO ITS MANDATE OF PRODUCING HIGH LEVEL MAN POWER TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THE PEOPLE
Written by miebaka ikiriko on December 15, 2020
The Vice Chancellor Rivers State University, Professor Nlerum Okegbule says the University has kept to its mandate of producing high level manpower to meet the needs of the people of Niger Delta.
Professor Okegbulu stated this in a news conference at the University Campus, Nkpolu Oroworukwo, Port Harcourt as a part of events marking the 32nd Convocation and 40th anniversity of the University.
The Vice Chancellor explained that the University within its year of existence has produced notable citizens in the society among whom is Professor Zacchaeus Adangor, Attorney Genenral and Commission for Justice Rivers State.
He says that while other Universities have lost their 2019 and 2020 academic session, Rive4r State University Salvage ith though the efforts of dedicated staff members.
Radio Rivers Corrrespondent, Neebari Dum-Nwalu reports that the University will graduate a total of 5,837 students of which 34 is graduating with a First Class Honours