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23 out of 5916 Students Bag First-Class as UNIABUJA holds 25th & 26th Combined Convocation

The University Of Abuja (UNIABUJA), hold its 25th and 26th combined Convocation on Saturday, and a total of 23 out of 5916 graduating undergraduate Students bagged First-class Honours.

The vice-chancellor of the university, Prof. Abdulrasheed Na’Allah, speaking at the pre convocation press briefing, in Abuja, Monday, also said 1052 students will graduate with second class upper division, 3061 will graduate with second class lower division while 324 will graduate with third class.

According to him, a total of 8769 would be graduating out of which 267 are PhD degrees, 2372 Master Degrees, and 214 with Post Graduate Diplomas,PGD.

The graduates would be awarded first and higher degrees at the institution’s convocation.

Set ’26 has 31 first-class, 973-second class upper, 2920 second class lower and 257 third class,”he said.

The UniAbuja VC said his administration was determined to make a difference in the institution by carrying out various programmes aimed at developing the students, the university as well as the nation.

Speaking on the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities , ASUU, Prof. Na’Allah,appealed to the government to look into the needs of the nation’s universities, noting that it would be a grave error for the government to do otherwise.

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According to him, the Chinese and Japanese governments became top economies of the world due to what he referred to as their “sustained investments in tertiary education.”

Advising the federal government to borrow a leaf from the two top economies of the world to enhance it’s learning infrastructure, Na’Allah said:“Government is making a big mistake for not supporting the university education in Nigeria.”

”No nation that wants to stand strong will neglect its university system.

”Look at China and Japan. Everyday, Japan is becoming a big economy, simply because of effective management of its resources

We must contribute our own quota to the development of our own universities.”

CREDIT: ALLSCHOOL, Vanguard News

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