IBBUL MATRICULATES 1ST SET OF LVT STUDENTS

The Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai has matriculated a total number of 166 students being the first set of its Long Vacation Training Programme admitted into various academic programmes of the Institution.

Speaking at the occasion, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Muhammad Nasir Maiturare charged the students to be of good behaviour and avoid any act of indiscipline that could undermine the successful completion of their academic programmes in the University.

 He also enjoined them to be committed to their studies so that they could graduate with a degree that would be capable of earning them good jobs.

 Professor Maiturare further told the new students to consider themselves lucky for being offered admission into the Institution; pointing out that university education was increasingly becoming more challenging and highly competitive, hence the need for them to make good use of the opportunity.

 The Vice-Chancellor disclosed that IBB University is innovative and constantly seeking for ways to advance the cause of society; adding that the Institution was determined to provide more access and serve the need of the society through LVT and congratulated the matriculating for successfully being registered as members of the University.

 He appreciated the support Niger State Government was giving to the University and called for more.

 While administering the oath of office on the matriculants, the Registrar, Alhaji Musa Ango Abdullahi represented by the Deputy Registrar (Legal Unit), Barrister Sani Hassan Ndaliman counselled new students to be loyal to the constituted authorities in the University and should endeavour to abide by its norms.

 Highlight of the occasion was a short talk on morality by Islamic and Christian Clerics, Mallam Umaru Dada Paiko and Professor (Pastor) Ayotunde Olorunsanya respectively.

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