ISSN 1595-1685 MARCH 6, 2017 vol. 10 NO. 8
|You are addressed as you are dressed!!!. Indecent dressers and persons of unacceptable conduct, Beware!!! UNIZIK Dress Code Committee is watching you!!!|
the Registry (Personnel|) has written to request all staff due for retirement in 2018 to visit the Pension Desk Officer in the Registry (Personnel Unit), urgently.
Those concerned are teaching and non-teaching staff and Professors born in 1953 and 1948 respectively.
Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka has emerged the winner of The Regional Final for the 2017 Imperial Barrel Award (IBA) programme by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), held in Lagos.
It is worthy to note that out of twenty-one (21) schools that registered for the completion, only fourteen schools were able to submit their slides before the deadline day. Only four schools participated in the sub-Sahara African Region Semi-Final, each participating school was given 25 minutes for technical presentation and ten minutes for question and answer. Four judges from Oil and gas Industry – ExxonMobil, Shell, Schlumberger, and Total, and host of industry and academic based observers were present. The data set for the completion which was released for the Participating Schools on 28th November, 2016 was given maximum of eight weeks to interpret the given data set and submit PowerPoint slide not later than 20th January, 2017 by 4.00p.m.
Following a stiff competition, ‘UNIZIK TEAM’ emerged as the winner of the regional final with 70.8% on the average, while the University of Lagos came 2nd place with 66.9%.
Having emerged the winner of the completion, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka hereby stands to represent the Sub-Sahara Africa Region with University of Western Cape South Africa at the Africa Regional final competition to be held in South Africa with other two Universities that will represent north africa Region.
The members of the Team who represented UNIZIK include:
|1.||Amaechi Pascal Ogechukwu||M.Sc. Student|
|2.||Kalu Chiwendu Grace||M.Sc. Student|
|3.||Nebe Albert Okechukwu||B.Sc Student|
|4.||Meniru Irene Chioma||B.Sc Student|
|5.||Iwgenagu chidinma MaryAnne||B.Sc Student|
|6.||Ahaneku Chibuzo Valeria||Team Coordinator|
The newly admitted students of Nnamdi Azikiwe University have expressed hope of doing well during their examination, despite challenges and delays encountered during their registration.
Speaking to some of the students, they said that going through the registration processes and still attend lectures have not been easy, as most often, the processes do not take place at a particular venue, hence delaying and causing rush to lectures. Onyinye Ikelue, Chidera Obikogu, and Kenneth Chikelue of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences said they collected notes from their classmates who started before them, so they are well prepared for the examination. Although, few students of the faculty of Engineering and Biosciences sounded skeptical because of the hectic nature of combining registration and lectures, however, they would do their best during the exam.
It is worthy of note that the first exam for the semester (GS) was written earlier at the digital library, using computer by every student and the results were sent to the phones of the students. faculties were grouped and wrote the exam on different dates. Also, the exam was written by only registered students who were checked-in accordingly.
Nnamdi Azikiwe University has commenced its first semester examination for the 2016/2017 academic session. UNIZIK Bulletin Crew was present at the various Faculties to know how the exams were held.
- At Faculty of Education:
The CBN Hall was filled with students from various Departments and levels of the Faculty taking the following examination at the same time.
A: GCE 307 – Group Dynamics
B: CPE 277 – Teaching Value Education
C: SED 201 – Basic Physics I
D: SED 345 – Environmental Pollution
E: SED 442 – Bio-Geography
At the Faculty of Environmental Sciences:
GME 473- “Developed world examination” was going on at the Department of Geography and Meteorology lecture hall. Prof. Enete was the invigilator in charge of the examination.
- At the Faculty of Engineering:
The FEC hall was filled with the two hundred level engineering students who were writing FEG 250- “principle of material sciences”. The following lecturers were on ground to check and invigilate the examination; Okechukwu Nneto, Engr. T.C. Okafor and Engr. Mrs. P. Ajator.
- At the Faculty of Arts:
The third year students of the Department of English and literature were at the Multipurpose Hall, writing “African fiction”- ELT- 361
- At the Faculty of Law:
The Faculty of Law, Dr. Amaka Eze and Dr. Ibekwe were invigilating “Jurisprudence- Law 527 at the Fourth year constituency Hall.
- At the Faculty of Management Sciences:
At the Faculty of Management Sciences Hall 1 and 16, ECO- 211 “Micro Economics I” was going on simultaneously, and Enemuoh Uzoezie Chuka was invigilating the students.
- At the Faculty of Physical Sciences:
At the Department of Physics lecture Hall, the 400L students were writing PHY 403- “Computational Physics” and it was being invigilated by Dr. Donald Okoli. Same was happening at the ICH Hall where PHY 403- “Computational Physics” was also going on, and Dr. Egwuonwu was the invigilator present.
|S/N||Name of Staff||Department||Faculty||Rank|
|1.||Dr. Kenneth Chukwudi Eze||Radiology||Medicine||Professor|
|2.||Dr. Nnaemeka Joe Okonkwo||Crop Science an Horticulture||Agriculture||Professor|
|3.||Dr. Enoch Ajunwa||Modern European Languages||Arts||Professor|
|4.||Dr. Luke Emeka Ugwueye||Religion and Human Relations||Arts||Professor|
|5.||Dr. Augustine Ikechukwu Okodo||Igbo, African and Asian Studies||Arts||Professor|
|6.||Dr. Ogugua Victoria Ikpeze||International Law and Jurisprudence||Law||Professor|
|7.||Dr. Augustine Uche Igwe||History and International Studies||Arts||Professor|
|8.||Dr. Godson Okwuchukwu Okafor||Mass Communication||Social Sciences||Professor|
|S/N||Name of Staff||Department||Faculty||Rank|
|1.||Dr. Innocent Onyeze Igwilo||Biochemistry||Biosciences||Reader|
|2.||Dr. Ada Nnennia Anyamene||Guidance & Counselling||Education||Reader|
|3.||Dr. Ebele Chinelo Okigbo||Science Education||Education||Reader|
|4.||Dr. Abigail Mgboyibo Osuafor||Science Education||Education||Reader|
|5.||Dr. Bentina Alawari Mathias||Sociology & Anthropology||Social Sciences||Reader|
|6.||Dr. Faith Ebele Anyachebelu||Early Childhood & Primary Education||Education||Reader|
|7.||Dr. Oliver Onyekwere Chizaram Uche||Religion and Human Relations||Arts||Reader|
|8.||Dr. Raphael Chukwuemezie Eze||Political Sciences||Social Sciences||Reader|
|9||Dr. Charles Ngwuja Ishiwu||Food Science and Technology||Agriculture||Reader|
|S/N||Name of Staff||Department||Faculty||Rank|
|1.||Dr. Joseph Odirichukwu Ugboaja||Obstetrics & Gynaecology||Medicine||Senior Lecturer|
|2.||Dr. George Uchenna Eleje||Obstetrics & Gynaecology||Medicine||Senior Lecturer|
The Vice-Chancellor constitutes a planning committee on Emeka Anyaoku Institute for international studies and Diplomacy
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku, FAS has constituted the Planning Committee on Emeka anyaoku Institute for International Studies and diplomacy.
The membership is as follows:
- Professor E. A. Egboh – Dept. of Political Science – Chairman
- Professor Rita Akudolu – Dept. of Educational Foundations – Member
- Professor Emenike Obi – Dept. of Edu. Mgt. & Policy – Member
- Professor Dan Chukwu – Dept. of History & Int’l Studies – Member
- Dr. Amaka Iguh – Faculty of Law – Member
- Dr. Kenneth Obi – Dept. of Economics – Member
- Mr. Okechukwu Ikegbunam – Registry – Secretary
The Students’ Representatives Council (SRC), UNIZIK recently inaugurated new Principal Officers by the Chief Judge of the SUG, Hon. Ezema Kenneth Obiora at the Students’ Affairs Conference Room.
The newly inaugurated officers are:
- Okwuchukwu Uchechukwu – Speaker
- Nnodim Emmanuella – Deputy Speaker
- Anyaegbuna JohnPaul U. – Chief Clerk
- Nwankwo Augustine U. – Deputy Chief Clerk
Management, at its 334th Regular meeting held on Monday, 6th of February, 2017 has recalled Ogueli Kingsley C. of the Department of Adult Education, Faculty of Education from suspension and noted that he was suspected of being a member of a cult group in the University.
Management also noted that he has served out the two years suspension and that he did not violate the condition of his suspension during the period. Management further noted that he has since renounced his membership of the cult group.
He is hereby recalled accordingly with effect from 7th of February, 2017, on the condition that he will henceforth be of good behaviour.
Management at its 334th Regular meeting held on Monday, 6th of February, 2017 considered the report of the Students’ Disciplinary Committee on the posting of an internet publication capable of disrupting the peace of the University and noted that evidence shows that Eweama, Samuel C. of the Department of Computer Sciences published insulting and threatening messages to the Vice-Chancellor, the University Community and members of the Students’ Union Government (SUG) Executive.
Consequent upon the above, the Management directed that he should be suspended from the University for two academic sessions and he is, hereby, suspended accordingly with effect from 5th November, 2016.
Also, Management at the same meeting considered the report of the Students’ Disciplinary Committee on a case of stealing of a Laptop in which Odigbo, Chijoke Emmanuel of the Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Faculty of Engineering was indicted and found culpable.
Consequently upon the above, Management directed that he should be suspended for one year and he is hereby, suspended accordingly with effect from 5th November, 2016.
Management, at its 334th Regular meeting held on Monday, 6th February, 2017, considered the report of the Junior Staff Disciplinary Committee that investigated Mr. Collins Chukwunyere Orji’s alleged involvement in admission racketeering as well as fraudulent activities and observed as follows:
(1) There were a lot of inconsistencies in his oral interview as he testified that he gave N400,000.00 to one Mr. Kingsley as against the N350,000.00 in his written statement
(2) Mr. Orji misled the University in the course of the investigation by leading the security team to the said Mr. Kingsley’s shop that had been under lock and key for more than eight (8) years now;
(3) He left the trip of the investigating team to Mr. Ogene’s hometown at Atani and pleaded for forgiveness.
Management, after exhaustively considering the report, found that the cases of admission racketeering and fraud were established against him. It therefore, decided as follows:-
(i) That Mr. Collins Orji be dismissed from the University with immediate effect;
(ii) Mr. Collins Orji is required to handover all University property in his possession to his Head of Department and
(iii) He is forbidden from entering the University forthwith.
The Faculty of Engineering Board recently conducted election for the positions of sub-Dean and Senate Representative.
Dr. C. O. Nwajinka of Agric & Bio Resources Department was declared winner with a total of 43 votes for the post of Sub-Dean while Dr. M. C. Menkiti of Chemical Department won with 56 votes for Senate representative.
|11th Convocation Ceremonies:Information to Graduands
This is to inform the 2015/2016 Graduands of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, parents/Guardians, Alumni of the University and the Public that activities marking the 11th Convocation Ceremonies of the University for the award of First and Higher Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates, Presentation of Prizes and Award of Honorary Degree will take place from Monday, 13th to Friday, 17th March, 2017.
Details of the activities which will commence on Monday, 13th March, 2017 are as follows:
- Monday, 13th March, 2017
Venue: University Auditorium
Time: 11.00 a.m.
- a) Tuesday, 14th March, 2017
The Vice-Chancellor’s Press Conference
Venue: Vice-Chancellor’s Office
Time: 11.00 a.m.
- b) Presentation of Prizes to the best graduating students
Time: 1.00 pm
Venue: University Auditorium
- Wednesday, 15th March, 2017
Convocation Lecture by the former Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, Mni
Topic: National Unity, Governance and the Fight Against Corruption
Venue: University Auditorium
Time: 1.00 p.m.
- Thursday, 16th March, 2017
Award of First Degree
Venue: Convocation Arena
Time: 11.00 a.m.
- Friday, 17th March, 2017
- a) Commissioning of newly completed projects by the President, Federal Republic of Nigeria and Visitor to Nnamdi Azikiwe University or his representative.
- b) Award of Postgraduate and Honorary Degrees
Venue: Convocation Arena
Notice to all Graduands
Graduands are please requested to note the following:
- It is mandatory for all Graduands to pay for the following items irrespective of attendance to the Convocation Ceremony
- a) Order of Proceedings
- b) Academic Outfits
- c) Certificate Scrolls
- d) UNIZIK Handbook
- e) UNIZIK Tshirt and cap
- First Degree -N10,000.00
- Masters Degree and Postgraduate Diplomas – N15,000.00
- D. – If the Graduand wants to purchase the academic gown
(Including all the above items) as listed in I (a-e) – N50, 000.00
- D. – if the Graduand wants to hire academic gown (including the above items as listed in I (a-e) above – N25,000.00
- All Graduands are expected to dress in full appropriate wear (i.e. suit, shirt and tie for men and skirt suit/skirt and blouse or gown for ladies) or full national dress.
- Academic outfits for all first degree Graduands will be collected at the Faculties.
III. Academic outfits/materials for Higher Degrees will be collected at the School of Postgraduate Studies.
- Graduands must present evidence of payment before they can collect Convocation materials.
- Collection of Convocation materials commences on Monday, 13th March, 2017.
- All hired academic outfits/gowns should be returned by the Graduands to their respective collection points not later than Wednesday, March 23, 2016. Gowns returned after that date will attract penalty.
VII. All Graduands are to assemble at the School of Postgraduate Studies (Opposite the Convocation Arena) by 9.00 a.m. for the commencement of Procession each day.
VIII. It is compulsory for all Graduands to participate in the academic procession and to put on the approved academic regalia.
MODE OF PAYMENT
All payments to Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka should be made through the following procedure:
- Log into Remitta.net
- Click on pay a Federal Government Agency
- Under the name of MDA type Nnamdi Azikiwe University.
- Click on Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
- Go to name of Service purpose and click on box
- Select Convocation fees, fill out the required information
- Print out or copy the Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
- Take the RRR number to any bank of your choice nation -wide and make payments.
- Payment will begin on Monday, 20th 2017
- Luggages and bags will not be allowed into the Convocation Arena.
- Parking lots are designated and can only be used on presentation of parking card and invitation card
- University Security Personnel and other Security Agencies will direct all Vehicles to the designated parking lots.
- No form of hawking of any item will be allowed near the Convocation Arena
- For further inquiries please send email to [email protected]
You are sincerely welcome to Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.
Dr. Ike H. Isidienu, FCAI
Applications are invited from qualified candidates, particularly Practising Journalists without any qualification in Journalism or Mass Communication for admission into the Professional Diploma in Journalism (PDJ) Programme offered by the Department of Mass Communication, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.
The programme is aimed at equipping journalists, especially those who have practiced the profession or several years without any formal qualification in Journalism or Mass Communication, with the theoretical knowledge to remedy their deficiency.
At least five O’Level credits obtained in not more than two sittings, including English Language.
Duration of Programme
The (PDJ) is a part time programme that is expected to run for a minimum of three semesters of 18 calendar months.
Nature of Programme
The PDJ is a part-time programme in which practicing Journalists will attend lectures two to three days in a week between 2.00 p.m. and 6.00 p.m. to give them the freedom to attend to their daily professional assignments in the morning hours.
Take-Off of Programme
The programme has been approved to take off on Monday, 13th March, 2017
For further inquiries contact any of the undersigned.
Prof. Chinyere Stella Okunna
Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences,
Dr. Victor Uche Ebeze
Head of Mass Communication,
Dr. Chinwe Uzochukwu
Co-ordinator, Diploma Programme
The Chapel of Redemption Women Ministry call on University Community for placement of advert/goodwill messages for the 2017 mothering Sunday. The subscription rates are as follows:
- Back cover page – 30,000.00
- Inside back page – 20,000.00
- Centre spread – 30,000.00
- Full page (coloured) – 10,000.00
- ½ page (coloured) – 5,000.00
- ¼ page (coloured) – 3,000.00
The deadline for the subscription is on or before 16th March, 2017. Submit to the Chairperson, Mothering Sunday Committee, Mrs. Ifeoma Onwubuya (08035449594) or to the Chairman, Publicity Sub-Committee, Mrs. Kelechi Okafor (08104979393).
UNIZIK 94.1 F. M. has commenced a shout-out Programme for all Deans in Nnamdi Azikiwe University. This is a “Getting-to-know-you” Programme designed to enable our numerous listeners within and outside UNIZIK to get to know the distinguished scholars who are occupying the lofty positions of Deans in various Faculties and similar Units and provide an opportunity for each Dean to give a shout-out to people close to their hearts.
THE SANDWICH PROGRAMME OF UNIZIK, AWKA OFFERS VARIOUS COURSES LEADING TO THE AWARD OF BACHELORS DEGREE IN EDUCATION DURING EASTER AND LONG VACATION PERIODS
DURATION OF THE PROGRAMMES: The Programmes are of:
- Four (4) years duration and
- Five (5) years duration, depending on one’s level of passes in NCE, OND, HND AND UNIZIK DIPLOMA AND NABTEB A’ LEVEL.
Plus credit level passes in relevant subjects in S.S.C.E., G.C.E., W.A.S.C., T.C.II or their equivalents.
- DEPARTMENT OF ADULT EDUCATION:
Adult Education / Accounting
Adult Education / Marketing
Adult Education / Economics
Adult Education / Mass Communication
Adult Education / Political Science
- EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT AND POLICY:
Educational Mgt. and Policy/Accountancy
Edu. Mgt. and Policy/Business Administration
Educational Mgt and Policy/Computer Sciences
Edu. Mgt and Policy/Co-operative Econs & Mgt
Educational Mgt and Policy / Economics
Educational Management and Policy/English
Educational Mgt and Policy/Health Education
Educational Mgt and Policy / Political Science
Educational Management and Policy/Igbo
Educational Management and Policy/History
Educational Management and Policy/CRK
Educational Management and Policy/Music
- EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS:
Education / English
Education / Igbo
Education / Religious Studies
Education / History
Education / Music
Education / Political Science
Education / Economics
Education / French
Education / Fine and Applied Arts
- DEPT OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING
Guidance and Counselling/Health Education
Guidance and Counselling
Guidance and Counselling/Biology
Guidance and Counselling/Economics
- DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE EDUCATION
Science Education / Biology
Science Education / Chemistry
Science Education / Integrated Science
Science Education / Mathematics
Science Education / Physics
Science Education / Computer
- DEPARTMENT OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
Business Education (Accounting, Commerce
& Cooperative & Secretarial Technology)
Technical Education (Building/Woodwork,
- DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN KINETICS AND HEALTH EDUCATION
- DEPARTMENT OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE
- DEPARTMENT OF early childhood and primary education
Procedure for Purchase of Sandwich form
Step 1: Generate Remita for payment @ the ICT Centre in Utility Hall 6.
Step 2: Go to bank, make your payment with the Remita printout.
Step 3: Come back to the ICT Centre for confirmation of payment and filling of the Sandwich application form.
Step 4: Submit a copy to the Sandwich Office
For further Enquiries contact:
07035958009, 08035812848, 08035324167 and 08137588973
PROF. U. J. OBIDIEGWU
DIRECTOR, SANDWICH UNIT
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION INTO PROFESSIONAL AND PROFICIENCY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY CHIKE OKOLI CENTRE FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDIES (COCES)
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admissions to the professional and proficiency Certificate Programmes offered by Chike Okoli Centre for Entrepreneurship Studies (COCES), Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.
The programmes are aimed at imparting entrepreneurial education and practical skills training and life-long skills in people who desire them and the certificate programmes are expected to run for varying durations as follows:
- Certificate Programme
The programme hopes to inculcate entrepreneurial thinking and behaviour among course participants by exposing them to classroom lectures and practice-oriented sessions. After classroom work, the course participant will be transferred to the business/skills incubation unit of COCES for actualisation of specific business plan and later graduates into the world as a practising entrepreneur.
These practical skills training are available:-
- a) Information Communication Technology
- Computer Aided Design (Auto CAD & ArchiCAD 2D & 3D)
- c) Knitting and Beading
- d) Wirework/Beading
- e) Confectionery/Cookery
- Millinery (Hat making)
- Fashion Designing
- Shoe and Bag making
- Bee Keeping & Honey Production
- Auto Mechanics
- Paint Production
- Household Chemicals Production
- Fishery & Aquatic Management
- Woodwork Technology
- Snail Rearing
- Electrical Work
- Welding & Fabrication
- Makeover & Gele Artistry
- Grass Cutter Production
- Rabbit Production
- White Rat Production
At least five O’ level passes including English Language and Mathematics
Certificate Programme runs for a minimum of six months and a maximum of one year.
Purchase of Application Forms
The cost of the application form is Eight Thousand Naira (N8,000.00) only using the remita UNIZIK Professional & Proficiency Certificate Programme Chike Okoli Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies. Candidates are requested to come to Chike Okoli Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies (COCES) for the forms after payment.
- Skill Acquisition Programme
Candidates should come to the Centre to learn the skills listed above.
There is no entry requirement for learning any of the practical skills listed above.
Duration: Three months (3 months).
Prof Ngozi Anyikwa
The meeting of Arboreal Environment Protection Committee has been slated to hold as follows:
Date: Thursday, 9th March, 2017
Time: 11.00am prompt
Venue: Council Chamber
Lent is the Christian season of preparation before Easter. The Lenten season is a time when many Christians observe a period of fasting, repentance, moderation, self-denial and spiritual discipline. The purpose is to set aside time for reflection on Jesus Christ – his suffering and his sacrifice, his life, death, burial, and resurrection. During the six weeks of self-examination and reflection, Christians who observe Lent typically make a commitment to fast, or to give up something—a habit, such as smoking, a particular type of food or drink. Some Christians also take on a Lenten discipline, such as reading the Bible and spending more time in prayer to draw nearer to God. Strict observers do not eat meat on Fridays, having fish instead. The goal is to strengthen the faith and spiritual discipline of the observer and develop a closer relationship with God. Many Christians also add a Lenten spiritual discipline, such as reading a daily devotional or praying through a Lenten calendar, to draw themselves near to God. The Stations of the Cross, a devotional commemoration of Christ’s carrying the Cross and of his execution, are often observed. Many Roman Catholic and some Protestant churches remove flowers from their altars, while crucifixes, religious statues, and other elaborate religious symbols are often veiled in violet fabrics in solemn observance of the event. Throughout Christendom, some adherents mark the season with the traditional abstention from the consumption of meat, most notably among Roman Catholics. Lent is traditionally described as lasting for forty days, in commemoration of the forty days Jesus spent fasting in the desert, according to the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, before beginning his public ministry, during which he endured temptation by Satan.
What we should learn by Fasting during Lent
First, giving up something allows us make a tangible sacrifice to God. Although certain sacrifices are already present in our life, they’re sort of “built in” at this point. We don’t often experience giving up something for God on a daily basis. The act of sacrifice reminds us of our commitment to God and our desire to make him first in our life. Secondly, by giving up something we usually enjoy on a daily basis, we have sometimes found ourselves yearning for that thing. Frankly, we may have been tempted to give up our Lenten fast at times. We could easily argue that it’s unnecessary (it is optional, after all) and certainly not taught in Scripture. But, though we don’t think our effort at fasting makes God love or bless us more, we do think it raises our awareness of how much we depend on other things in life rather than God. We see how easy it is for us to set up all sorts of little idols in our life. Fasting, in some way, helps us surrender our idols to God. Thirdly, when we give up something we like and then feel an unquenched desire for it, we are reminded of our neediness as a person. And neediness, we should believe, is the heart of true spirituality tailored towards God. It is important also to note that you don’t just observe lent only by abstaining from food, or some kind of lifestyle, we can abstain from lies, quarrels, malice, stealing, unforgiveness, hatred, fighting, backbiting, gossip amongst many other vices that could create a gap between us and God this Lenten season.
Set a goal this season and make effort to achieve it or them, no matter how little.
HOD, Department of Music Loses Mother
The Head, Department of Music, Rev. Sr. Prof. Cordis Marie Achikeh has lost her mother, late Madam Florence Nonyem Achikeh (nee Onwunyi) a.k.a Odoziaku. She died at the age of 91. Burial Arrangements: Thursday, 23rd March, 2016 by 5.00 p.m. – Christian wake keep at her compound; Friday, 24th March, 2017 by 6.00 p.m. – Corpse leaves the Mortuary to her compound, by 7.00 a.m. – lying-in-state at her compound, Igbulia Ogbetiti, Odekpe, 10.00a.m. – Requiem Mass at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Odekpe, 12 noon – Interment at her compound, followed by condolence visits; Saturday, 25th March, 2017 – Condolence visit continues; Sunday, 26th March, 2017 – Outing Mass at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Odekpe
One of the Foundation Staff of the University, Prof. G. U. Okereke is dead. He died on 26th of December, 2016 at the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Ituku Ozalla, Enugu State after a brief illness.
He was variously Head of Department, Dean of Faculty, Pioneer director of the Biotech Centre and Chairman of the committee on the University history.
He was the husband of Mrs. Victoria Ifeoma Okereke, a retired staff of the University, brother of Engineer Okey Okereke, the Department of Civil Engineering, Dr. Ada Anyamene, Department of Guidance and Counselling and brother-in-law to Professor Chris Anyamene of the Department of Applied Microbiology and Brewing. Electronic copies of condolence messages can be sent to [email protected] or by hand to Dr. Ada Anyamene. Details of the funeral arrangement will be forwarded later.
VICE – CHANCELLOR’S SECURITY LINES
Please if you have any information on any matter bothering you ranging from extortion of money, sexual harassment, intimidation or bad work habit. Kindly send a text to the following numbers 08136006205, 08063786022 and the Vice-Chancellor will investigate and take action. Confidentiality is assured.
This Bulletin is printed and published by the Directorate of Information & Public Relations (DIPR) of the Vice – Chancellor’s office.