BULLETIN: ISSN 1595-1685              June 19, 2017         vol. 10 NO. 20

ISSN 1595-1685                                                    JUNE 19, 2017                                         vol. 10 NO. 20


You are addressed as you are dressed!!!. Indecent dressers and persons of unacceptable conduct, Beware!!!  UNIZIK Dress Code Committee is watching you!!!











Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka on Monday, played host to the Acting President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, legal luminaries as well as law teachers nationwide for the 2017 conference (golden jubilee) edition of the Nigerian Association of Law Teachers (NALT) recently.


Declaring the conference which had the theme, “Law, Security and National Development” open, Prof. Osinbajo asserted that Nigerians are bedeviled with serious challenges which include; the Boko Haram, tensions in the Niger Delta, herdsmen-farmer clashes, threats of secession, poverty, unemployment and corruption.


He faulted the inability of the state to create an inclusive society under existing constitutional arrangements, to guarantee the security of lives, liberties by the agencies charged with maintaining law and order, and to build trust around the rule of law and the system of administration of justice, as the premise of the persistent agitations. In his words, “First, on the matter of inclusion and inequalities, there is little doubt in my mind that the provision of the basics of life to the largest number of our people remains the greatest source of tension in the polity. The daily struggles of many, for healthcare, a means of livelihood and the absence of a socially just means of ensuring that, especially young people, have access to education and jobs, provides a constantly replenished pool of young malcontents, ready to be recruited into any sort of Army, whether it be of kidnappers, terrorists, or violence or antisocial agitation for one cause or the other.”


Furthermore, he noted the failure of the State to deliver on these essentials of life and livelihood to its citizenry as part of the reason for individual-elite-deprivation, taken up by ethnic nationalities and socio-cultural groups. Also, the elite especially the political elite fail the people by the wastage and embezzlement of their funds, pretending that their deprivations are caused by other ethnic nationalities.


In his remark, the Chief Justice of the Federation, and Chairman of the event who was represented by Hon. Justice Amina Augie, Hon. Justice Walter Onnoghen, said that the law has a big role to play in achieving the highest level of security for individuals in any society. Also, he noted that it was necessary for the existing laws to be efficient with the right attitude to their implementation.


Delivering his goodwill message, Governor Willie Obiano stated that Anambra State presents an example of a state that has significantly transformed from lawlessness to a postcard of excellence, peace and good governance, hence, the decision to award the hosting rights for the event in Anambra lends credence to the fact.


The Deputy Governor, Ebonyi State Dr. Kelechi Igwe described UNIZIK as the “the pride of envy and unrivaled in academic progress and originality.” The rule of law, he said is the bedrock of democracy.

In a keynote address, the Chairman, Society for Analytical Economics, Prof. Godwin Owoh advocated the need to connect the law with the concurrent dynamics of growth empirics, to be able to sustain the Nigerian economy in a manner that guarantees growth security and development.


In his remarks, the Pro-Chancellor of the University, Alhaji Azeez Oladotun Bello thanked the Ag President for attending the conference. He noted that NALT has contributed to the growth of national development. UNIZIK, he said, is making effort to ensure that student who graduates from the school come out to become an employer and not an employee.

Earlier in his address, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ahaneku, FAS acknowledged that the event was in keeping with the University’s function of identifying societal challenges and providing answers to them. He thanked NALT for giving UNIZIK the honour of hosting the conference and reputable dignitaries

In a welcome address, the President of the Association and Dean, Faculty of Law, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Prof Godwin Okeke disclosed that the Conference has over the years, served as a veritable platform for effective training and development of law teachers in the country.


To mark the 50th edition of the conference, there was the cutting of cake, led by the Ag President, after which he received the NALT merit award and a portrait.

The Governor of Anambra State also received an award.




The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku, FAS has revealed his dream for UNIZIK to own recreational facilities where staff and students can, at their leisure time, enhance their total wellness through recreation activities. The VC made this known during the 2016/2017 Grand Finale held in the University recently.


The annual event which was held at the convocation ground saw the Security Department of the University emerging tops for the 2016/2017 edition, with a total of 59 medals comprising, 25 gold, 17 silver, and 17 bronze. The Vice- Chancellor’s Office came second with a total of 21 medals which consist of 13 gold, 5 silver and 3 bronze. The Faculty of Education came third on the medals table with, 6 gold, 5 silver and 1 bronze.


The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ahaneku while presenting the trophies and the prize monies, said he has approved the proposal for 2 to 3 football pitches, basketball courts, Badminton and other sporting facilities. He also promised that there will be proper appropriation for sports and recreation for the 2018 budget where every unit, faculty and directorate participating, will set aside a point inclusive of entertainment.

Prof. Ahaneku thanked all that participated for showing commitment. He further stated that the Staff Games has given the entire University the opportunity to relax for hours and move away from mundane activities.


Other highlights of the Grand Finale were the Match Past session where the Vice- Chancellor’s office emerged tops with a total of 86 points beating off rivals from the Faculty of Education who emerged second and Health Sciences and Technology with 83 and 81 points respectively.



The National Universities Commission (NUC) has sent three different panels for the accreditation of the following Departments:  Forestry and Wildlife, Food Sciences and Technology and Entrepreneurship Studies.

In his welcome remarks, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ahaneku, FAS welcomed them to Awka and UNIZIK in particular.  He thanked them for taking the pain to come for an academic system review, which according to him, often pays off in the growth and standard of education in the country.  According to him, the University will always remember them for that, as nothing can quantify their effort, because it helps for proper planning.


The Chairman of the Panels, Prof. G. A. Lameed said they were glad to have come to UNIZIK.  He thanked the VC for the hospitality they have received since their arrival, noting that they have come for academic review of programmes offered in the University.  Prof. Lameed expressed hope of the University to live up to standard.  He added that the Panels are aimed to better the University system, and not to witch-hunt anyone.




The Association of Nigerian University Professional Administrators (ANUPA), UNIZIK Chapter has elected new executive members to man the affairs of the Association for the period of two years.


Speaking during the election, a representative of the National body of ANUPA, Mr. Tony Njoku said he came for the sole aim of the election, to make sure it is conducted in accordance with the association’s stipulated rules and regulations. He enumerated the laid down rules before the elections proper.  He noted that after the elections, outgoing executives should handover to the incoming executive latest two weeks from the date of election and swearing-in.


The election was anchored by an experienced member and elder statesman of ANUPA, Mr. V. K. Nweke, who is a Deputy Registrar of the University.


Below are the results of the elections:


Chairperson      –     Joy Ibemesi (Unopposed)



–   Franca Nzeadigo –   37 winner

–               Emma Nwosu       –         22


Secretary –   Emmanuel Nnaemeka (Unopposed)


Asst. Secretary – Telvin Anyali       –    34 winner

–   Chinedu Nwokedi –    28


Treasurer        –    Elizabeth Anierobi (Unopposed)

Financial Secretary- Perpetua Ilozue (Unopposed)

Publicity Secretary –   Gladys Okafor (Unopposed)

Legal Officer    –    Barr. Philomena Okoye (Unopposed)

Training Officer     –   James Karali


Editor-in-Chief  –    Ngozi Umezinwa-Udeh  – 46 winner

–     Chioma Umeobika      – 15


The newly elected were sworn-in immediately by the ANUPA National representative.


The out-gone Chairman, Mr. Chinedu Eliyahs expressed joy at the peaceful and successful election. He expressed hope that the new executive would do better, and urged members to give them their maximum cooperation.


The newly elected Chairperson, Mrs. Joy Ibemesi in her acceptance remarks said she was over-whelmed at the confidence bestowed on her by members. She promised that she and other members of executive will not disappoint ANUPA.  Mrs. Ibemesi prayed for God’s direction and guidance.




Prof. Ugokwe-Ossai of the Department of Psychology has described Albinism as a diversity and variety in creation.  She made this known during a public dialogue recently organized by Samora Media Limited on “Albinism” where she represented the Vice-Chancellor.

The theme of the dialogue was: “Living Beyond and above our Complexion”.


Speaking during the dialogue, Prof. Ugokwe-Ossai stated that it is mother-nature’s way to allow diversity and variety in creation. She said that it is nothing to be down cast about, given that no two individuals are the same especially among the black or African ethnicity; she added that it should be understood that stigmatisation is unscientific and archaic even among the Nigerian population.


Speaking further, she explained that albinism is not a disease rather albinos should strive to feel free and adapt to various situation by taking care of themselves, wearing appropriate protection i.e. clothes that are comfortable, glasses if necessary or lotions with sunscreen formulas.

Speaking during the event, the Commissioner for Education, Prof. Kate Omenugha reminded teachers and principals present at the occasion to allocate extra time to albino students while writing and during examinations.




The Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationist (NAPE), an affiliate of American Association of Petroleum Geologist (AAPG) has chosen Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka to serve as a centre for the 2017 Geosciences Internship Programme for all the students in Tertiary Institution in Nigeria.

The programme is targeted to provide the students with the Basic Industry Geosciences and employability skills and is slated to hold from Thursday 22nd to Sunday 25th June, 2017 at Chike Okoli Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies (COCES).




The Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prof. Chinyere Stella Okunna has endowed an Academic cash prize of N50,000.00 (fifty Thousand Naira only) to the Best Graduating student of Mass Communication at the undergraduate level.  The prize which will be tagged: “Professor Chinyere Stella Okunna Prize” will be awarded annually during the University’s Convocation Ceremonies for ten years.





The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria will hold its 47th Annual Accountants Conference from Monday, 16 October to Friday, 20 October, 2017.


As part of activities for the Conference, the Institute is organising an Essay Competition for students in any field of studies in all ICAN accredited tertiary institutions in Nigeria.


The title of the essay is “Accuracy and Integrity:  The Unchanging Ican Motto in a rapidly changing world”.


For further clarification, contact: Mrs. Folake Olawuyi: 08025188943, [email protected] and Mr. Imoniche Adams on 08067908190; [email protected]






Nyayi: Wukari Journal of Humanities, Management and Social Sciences (NWJHMSS), a TETFUND-sponsored, peer-reviewed journal published bi-annually by Federal University, Wukari, Taraba State, Nigeria hereby calls for original, well researched, theoretical and empirical research contributions from individuals and institutions. The journal is interdisciplinary in approach and has the objective of promoting original research in humanities, management and social sciences with special interest in peace building, ethno-religious conflict management, intercultural communication, accounting, banking and finance, business administration, marketing, public administration, information technology, entrepreneurship, economics, political science, criminology, sociology, sustainable development, etc.


Guidelines for submission of Manuscripts

To be considered for review and subsequent publication, manuscripts must comply with the guidelines below:


  1. An electronic copy of manuscript (preferably an attachment in MS Word) should be submitted to the Editor-in-Chief via the journal email address.
  2. Papers should bear the title, name(s) of author(s), institutional affiliation, email addresses and phone numbers.
  3. Manuscripts should be prepared in line with the 6th edition of American Psychological Association (APA) format for index citations and references; e.g. (i) Textbook index citation: Dada (2017 ) argues that (ii) Textbook referencing: Dada, J.P. (2017). Military History in Nigeria. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, (iii) Journal referencing: Dada, J.P. (2017). History of Military Coups in Nigeria. NYAYI: Wukari Journal of Humanities, Management and Social Sciences (NWJHMSS), 2,9-34.
  4. Contributors must provide an abstract of between 150 – 250 words, with 3-5 keywords.
  5. Manuscripts should not exceed 15 pages, typed in 1.5 line spacing on A4 size paper in Times New Roman of 12pt font size.
  6. Only original manuscripts written in English Language would be considered.
  7. Manuscripts submitted for publication must not be previously published; neither should they be under consideration elsewhere.


Submission Deadline:  Monday, 14th August, 2017


All manuscripts for publication and correspondence should be addressed to: The Editor-in-Chief,

Nyayi: Wukari Journal of Humanities, Management and Social Sciences (NWJHMSS) Faculty of Humanities, Management and Social Sciences, Federal University Wukari, Taraba State, Nigeria.


  1. Journal email: [email protected]



A professor of Organic Chemistry, UNIZIK, Prof. Mabel Ukachi Akpuaka shall deliver the 37th Inaugural Lecture as slated below:


Date:        Thursday, 22nd June, 2017

Venue:    University Auditorium

Time:        11.00 a.m.


Schedule for inaugural lecture presentaton (sixth batch)

S/N Name Date
1. Prof. Dan O. Chukwu 14th December, 2023
2. Prof. Makodi Biereenu-Nnabugwu 15th February, 2024
3. Prof. Emmanuel O. Ezeonu 18th April, 2024
4. Prof. Ilochukwu A. Okodo 20th June, 2024
5. Prof. Agatha Ijeoma Onwuekwe 15th August, 2024
6. Prof. Denis N. Aribodor 17th October, 2024



Obafemi Awolowo University, in conjunction with Bioscience Research, Education and Advisory Centre (BREAC), Yola and the University of East London (UEL) is hosting a Summit for Scientists, University Lecturers and other stakeholders in medicinal plant research across West Africa.

The Summit will help to dialogue on how best to address several challenges earlier facing the development, commercialization and the integration of herbal medicine into mainstream healthcare system within the region.


The Summit is scheduled to hold as follows:

Date:    Tuesday, 20th June, 2017 – Wednesday, 28th June, 2017


Venue:          Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife Nigeria


Theme: The role of Medicinal Plants Research in Sustainable Healthcare Delivery in West Africa.



Workshop Regulation

Categories Workshop only Workshop + Summit
Nigerians N30,000.00 N15,000.00
Non-Nigerians YSD120 USD180



For further information contact:  [email protected]



Time to Fort Care Specialist Medical Centre is set to partner with the University in the area of medical services.  They offer special care in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics and Internal Medicines.  Moreso, they offer free Ultra Sound Scan for pregnant women every Monday from 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 a.m.  The Centre is now registering for breast examination using breast lamp.  The private hospital is situated at No. 3 Ven. Ben Chuks Avenue, opposite Government House, Awka, along Enugu-Onitsha Express Way.




Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for full-time or part-time admissions into the postgraduate programmes of Nnamdi Azikiwe University for the 2017/2018 academic year.



Doctorate and Masters’ Degree and Postgraduate Diploma Programmes are available in the areas listed below

Agriculture (a) Agric Economics & Extension

(b) Animal Science & Production

(c) Food Science & Technology

PGD, M.Sc, PhD



Arts (a) English Language and Literature: (Indicate either LANGUAGE or   LITERATURE)

(b) History & International Studies:

(c) Igbo, African & Asian Studies:

(d) Linguistics:

(e) Modern European Languages:

(f)  Music:

(g) Religion & Human Relations:

(h) Philosophy:

(i) Theatre Arts and Film Studies:










Basic Medical Sciences (a) Anatomy

(b) Physiology (only on Full-Time Basis)


M.Sc, PhD

Biosciences (a) Applied Biochemistry:

(b) Applied Microbiology & Brewing:

(c) Botany:

(d) Parasitology & Entomology:

(e) Zoology:

M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

Education (a) Adult Education:

(b) Educational Foundations:

i. Educational Psychology

ii. Curriculum Studies

iii. Educational Measurement, Evaluation and Research

(c) Educational Management & Policy:

(d) Early Childhood and Primary Education

(e) Human Kinetics and Health Education

(f) Guidance &Counselling:

(g) Library & Information Science:

(h) Science Education:

(i) Vocational Education:

PGD, M.Ed., PhD

PGDE, M.Ed., PhD




PGD, M.Ed., PhD

PGD, M.Ed., PhD

M.Sc(Ed)., PhD

PGD, M.Ed., PhD


M.Sc(Ed)., PhD

PGD, M.Sc(Ed.), PhD

Engineering (a) Agricultural &Bioresources Engineering:

(b) Civil Engineering:

(c) Chemical Engineering:

(d) Electrical Engineering:

(e) Electronic & Computer Engineering:

(f) Industrial/Production Engineering:

(g) Mechanical Engineering:

(h) Metallurgical & Materials Engineering:

(i) Polymer & Textile Engineering

PGD, M.Eng, PhD

M.Eng., PhD

PGD, M.Eng, PhD

PGD, M.Eng., PhD

PGD, M.Eng, PhD

PGD, M.Eng, PhD

PGD, M.Eng, PhD

PGD, M.Eng, PhD

PGD, M.Eng, PhD

Environmental Sciences (a) Architecture:

(b) Building:

(c) Environmental Management:

(d) Estate Management:

(e) Fine & Applied Arts:

(f) Geography and Meteorology:

(g) Quantity Surveying

(h) Surveying & Geo-informatics:

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD


PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc.

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

Health Sciences & Technology (a) Medical Laboratory Science:

(b) Medical Rehabilitation


PGD, M.Sc., PhD

M.Sc, PhD

PGD, M.Sc, PhD

 Law  Law LL.M, PhD
Management Sciences (a) Accountancy:

(b) Banking & Finance:

(c) Business Administration:

(d) Co-operative Economics & Management:

(e) Marketing:

(f) Public Administration:

(g) MBA

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD




(a) Chemical Pathology:

(b) Medical Microbiology & Parasitology:

(c) Pharmacology& Therapeutics:

M.Sc., PhD

M.Sc., PhD

M.Sc., PhD

Pharmaceutical Sciences (a) Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Management:

(b) Forensic Sciences

(c) Pharmacognosy & Traditional Medicine:

(d) Pharmaceutical Microbiology & Biotechnology:

(e) Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry:

(f) Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology:

(g) Pharmacology and Toxicology

M.Pharm, PhD


M.Sc., M.Pharm, PhD

M.Sc., M.Pharm, PhD

M.Sc., M.Pharm, PhD

M.Sc., M.Pharm, PhD

M.Sc., M.Pharm, PhD

Physical Sciences (a)  Computer Science:

(b) Geological Sciences:

(c) Mathematics:

(d) Physics & Industrial Physics:

(e) Pure & Industrial Chemistry:

(f) Statistics:

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

Social Sciences (a) Economics:

(b) Mass Communication:

(c) Psychology:

(d) Political Science:

(e) Sociology and Anthropology

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD

PGD, M.Sc., PhD




The following may apply for admission into the Postgraduate Diploma programmes:

  1. 1.1. Graduates from approved Universities who hold first degree classification with FCGPA of 1.50 and above on a 5point scale.

2.1.2.       Candidates from approved Polytechnics or Monotechnics who hold a Higher National Diploma with a minimum of Upper Credit.


The following may apply for admission into Masters Programmes:

  • Graduates from approved Universities who hold the appropriate degree in the proposed field of study with minimum FCGPA of 3.00 on a 5 point scale or a minimum of 60% for Universities that do not use FCGPA.
  • Holders of Postgraduate Diploma from recognized institutions with an FCGPA of 3.50 and above (on a 5 point scale).

Graduates from approved universities who hold Mastersdegree in the proposed field of study with minimum FCGPA of 3.50 on a 5 point scale or a minimum of 70% for universities that do not use the FCGPA


Candidates for any Postgraduate programme must possess a minimum of 5 credits including English Language and any four relevant subjects at one or two sittings from WAEC, NECO, NABTEB or TCII(Faculty of Education only) based on the Departmental/Faculty and General University Requirements.

Applicants are advised to obtain information on Departmental requirements and areas of specialization from the university website www.unizik.edu.ng/nauweb/postgraduate


4.1     Postgraduate Diploma Programme(PGD)

Full-Time Postgraduate Diploma programme: minimum of two (2) semesters and a maximum of three (3) semesters. Part- Time: minimum of four (4) semesters and a maximum of six (6) semesters

Note: For the Faculty of Engineering Professional PGD: Full-Time: minimum of 4 Semesters and a maximum of 6 semesters. Part-Time: minimum of six (6) Semesters and a maximum of eight (8) semesters

4.2   Master Degree Programmes

Full-Time Masters Degree programmes: minimum of three (3) semesters and a maximum of six (6) semesters. Part-time programme: minimum of four (4) semesters and a maximum of eight (8) semesters

4.3   Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Programme

Full-Time PhD programmes: minimum of six (6) semesters and a maximum of ten (10) semesters. Part-Time programme: minimum of eight (8) semesters and a maximum of fourteen (14) semesters.


5.1     Application form should be completed on-line by logging onto portal.unizik.edu.ng/postgraduate

  • Click on “Create Account” to Create a new account,
  • Fill the form and click on “Submit”
  • An email will be sent to your box and a page indicating the successful creation of your profile will be displayed. Click on “click here”. You will be directed to the log in page.
  • Enter your username and password and click on “sign in”.
  • Follow the instruction on the page following each step as indicated to access the application form.
  • Click on Step one on the menu bar on your left to generate and print the (Remita Retrieval Reference) Number for the ICT Fee (N1, 000).
  • Click on Step two on the menu bar on your left to generate and print the (Remita Retrieval Reference) Number for the Application Fee (N10, 000).
  • Take the RRR to any bank of your choice for payment of Application Fee and ICT Fee.

To confirm payment:

  • Click on step three. Type the RRR for the ICT Fee in the RRR textbox and click on “Confirm”. Again, type in the RRR for the Application fee in the RRR textbox and click on “Confirm”
  • Once the confirmation for the two payments is successful, you can proceed to step four to fill your application form
  • Click on step four. Fill and submit online the completed Application Form, scanning and attaching the claimed certificates, including O’level certificates.

5.2   Print the completed Application Form for your personal use. You will require this document in the course of the admission and registration.

5.3   Download and print a copy of the Transcript Request Form. The Transcript Request Form should be sent to your former Institution for your academic transcripts. Any change of name should be indicated in the transcript form.

5.4   Applicants should include the names, phone number and e-mail addresses of two Referees. At least one of the referees must be Academics not lower than the rank of Senior Lecturer.

5.5   Sale of Form Ends on 4th August, 2017.

Submission of Form Ends on 11th August, 2017.

Transcripts should be forwarded to the Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies not later than 25th August, 2017.

5.6   PhD applicants in submitting their forms, shall upload a proposal of not more than five type-written pages that should include:

  1. Topic (not more than 18 words)
  2. Brief background of the Study
  3. Aim and Objectives/Purpose
  4. Methodology
  5. Expected Outcomes
  6. References             .

5.7   Qualified Applicants will be invited for Screening Test and Proposal Defence (PhD only) from 28th August, 2017.

N/B:  notwithstanding compliance with the above conditions, all admissions offered are provisional and the School of Postgraduate Studies reserves the right to offer, confirm or deny admission.




Security Department has lost one of their own, Mr. Ezetu Vincent Chukwuemeka. Until his death, he was a Principal Security Officer. Burial arrangement will be communicated later.


Department of Statistics Loses Former HOD


The Department of Statistics, Faculty of Physical Sciences has lost its former Head of Department, Dr. (Mrs.) Chinwe R. Nwosu, who died on the 2nd of May, 2017.  Until her death, she was the sister to Dr. Jerry Emejulu, a Lecturer in the Department of Cooperative Economics.  Burial Arrangements: 29th June, 2017 – Commendation service at the University Auditorium by 11.00 a.m.; 30th June, 2017 – Burial at her home town, Enugu-Ukwu.



nasu loses member

The Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU), UNIZIK lost one of their members, Mr. Ezewude Sylvanus of the Security Department.  He will be buried on Friday, 30th June, 2017 at his hometown, Amugo Village, Awgbu in Orumba North LGA, Anambra State.


N/B:  All NASU members are required to attend en masse; they are expected to gather in front of CEP Building (Opposite Faculty of Education).


Man ‘O’ War Loses Member

The man ‘O’ War Nigeria, Anambra State Command has announced the demise of one of its members, Prince Udunna Nwafor-Orizu who died on 8th February, 2017 after a brief illness.  Burial arrangement will be communicated later.








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