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Prof Igwe emerges New Vice Chancellor of University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN)

Igwe Emerges New Vice-Chancellor of UNN

Professor Igwe, UNN New VC
Professor Igwe, UNN New VC

The Governing Council of the University of Nigeria has appointed Professor Charles Arizechukwu Igwe the new Vice-Chancellor of the University of Nigeria. Igwe will take over from Professor Benjamin Ozumba whose tenure will expire in June, 2019.

Igwe’s appointment was announced on Thursday May 23rd 2019 by the Pro-Chancellor of the University, Chief Mike Olorunfemi after a transparent selection process by the Governing Council of the University.

Professor Igwe is the current Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Administration of the University. He is a Professor of Soil Science in the Faculty of Agriculture.

He joined the services of the University in 1976 as a Soil Survey Assistant.

He became an academic staff of the University in 1991 and rose through the ranks to become a Professor in 2003.

He was appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration) on 28th April 2016 and was reappointed in 2018.

He once represented the University’s senate in the Governing Council and had also served as the Director of the university’s Advancement Centre.

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