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78 Students bags First Class honour in UNIMAID 23rd Combined Convocation

78 UNIMAID students graduates with first class honour.

A total of 78 students of the University of Maiduguri (UniMaid) on Saturday in Maiduguri have graduated with first class honours.

Ibrahim Njodi, the Vice-Chancellor of the institution, disclosed this during the institution’s 23rd combined convocation.

Njodi said that 17,895 graduates would be conferred various degrees and certificates, with 78 receiving first class honours.

He added that 3,527 students were graduated in the post-graduate school programmes out of which 56 bagged PhD degree.

According to him, 570 graduates got Master degrees while 2,901 others received post-graduate Diplomas.

“A total of 8,643 were for undergraduate degrees, out of which 7,278 studied under regular programmes, 573 from affiliated colleges and 714 on distance learning programmes,’’ he said.

About 5,725 students were conferred with diploma certificates while 1,597 received Diploma certificates through the university’s consultancy services and 4,128 got Diplomas from affiliated colleges.

Mr Njodi said the Governing Council of the university had also approved the appointment of three Emeritus Professors.

They are: Emeritus Professor Abdulhamid Abubakar, Emeritus Professor John Akinyili and Emeritus Professor Joseph Alumona.

The VC said the trios had rendered over 40 years of unbroken service to the university.

According to him, their appointment was in recognition of their intellectual excellence, exemplary characters and dedication to service to the humanity and the university.

Also speaking, Biodun Adesanya, the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman Governing Board of the University, appealed to the Federal Government to give special consideration to the university because of the adverse environment in which it is operating.

Adesanya said the university also requires the support of corporate bodies and philanthropic individuals to enable it to overcome the challenges posed by lack of funding.

Congratulations to the new graduand’s in town….

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