BULLETIN: ISSN 1595-1685           May 15, 2017     vol. 10 NO. 15

ISSN 1595-1685                                                    May 15, 2017                                           vol. 10 NO. 15


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










The University community is hereby informed of the release of timetable of elections into the 8th Governing Council of Nnamdi Azikiwe University as follows:


(i)       Senate Representatives in Council                      –         Monday, May 22, 2017

(ii)      Congregation Representatives in Council              –         Thursday, May 25, 2017

(iii)     Convocation Representative in Council                –         Tuesday, May 30, 2017


Time:     12.00 noon each day

Venue:   University Auditorium/Garba Square


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:  otwithstanding 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.


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The Vice-President, Xiamen University, Prof. Jan Xinli has applauded the students of UNIZIK Confucius Institute for their hard work and fluency in Chinese Language.


Speaking further at the gathering to honour her visit, Prof. Xinli was moved by the friendly feeling and hospitality of the University.  She thanked the University Management and Community on behalf of the President of Xiamen University.


Moreso, Prof. Xinli said that 52 students of the Confucius Institute are studying in Xiamen University and 25 students have been recommended to join then.  Also, she expressed hope that both UNIZIK and Xiamen Universities shall have bright future.

In his welcome remarks, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku, FAS welcomed the Vice-President, and the Director of Confucius Institute Affairs of Xiamen University, and everyone present.  The Confucius Institute is a means of exchange culture, ideas, knowledge and promoting mankind, he said.

According to him, there will be a new drive to partner and engage with companies within and outside the country.  Also, there will be the opening of new CI classrooms in different parts of the country, noting that the BA Programme has been consolidated.  Prof. Ahaneku also stated that a day shall be set aside to celebrate UNIZIK/Xiamen Universities.  He presented the Vice-President and the Director, Confucius Institute, Xiamen University with their picture portraits, after which he presented certificates to those who passed the HSK exam.

There were songs/Dance performances by the Confucius Institute students, music, Igbo and Asian Studies and Theatre Arts students.  The VC, DVC (Administration), The Vice-President of Xiamen University, the CI Director, the Director, DIPR/Chief Protocol Officer of the University, Dr. Emma C. Ojukwu, and others all joined in the dance.



The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph. E. Ahaneku, FAS has described the book launch of one of the foremost and erudite scholars, Prof. Onuora Nwuneli’s “Doing Devcom: Engaging the New Media”, which took place recently at the University Auditorium as a celebration of royalty and intellectuality.


Welcoming everyone that gathered for the occasion, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Ahaneku expressed his happiness on the turnout of royal fathers, who came to support one of their own. He acknowledged the effort of the Dean, Faculty of Social Science, Prof. Stella Okunna and the Head of the Department of Mass Communication, Dr. Uche Ebeze.  Prof. Ahaneku described the event as one too many that will add knowledge to those present, and the society at large.


In his opening remarks, the Chairman of the occasion HRH, Igwe Prof. Laz Ekwueme, NNOM, welcomed all to what he described as an august occasion in honour of his student and colleague. He thanked Prof. Ahaneku for his hospitality

The Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prof. Stella Okunna, remarked that HRH Igwe Prof. Onuora Nwuneli (Eze Malume I of Igbakwu, Anambra State was her teacher, mentor, PhD Supervisor at UNILAG. She expressed her joy at being part of the celebration, especially tapping from his wealth of knowledge in Mass Communication.


In his welcome address, the Head, Department of Mass Communication, Dr. Uche Ebeze stated that the book launch was an outcome of the first script organized for Prof. Nwuneli in 2011 by the Department of Mass Communication, UNIZIK Awka.  It was aimed at celebrating him, where all the African Scholars at home and diaspora attended a conference which has been described as, the best organized communication conference in Africa. Dr. Ebeze added that the proceeds of the book launch will be channeled to endowment foundation in the Mass Communication Department.

In his comment on Women Education, HRH, Eze Dr. Gibson Nwosu, Eze Uzu Awka, cited an example with Late Prof. Dora Akunyili, founder and CEO of Emzor Pharmaceuticals, Chief Dr. Stella Okoli, Chimamanda Adichie and Ndidi Nwuneli, founder of LEEP as great women achievers who got to their various heights.


He called on government to give women more positions in government. HRH Eze Dr. Gibson Nwosu concluded by saying that “when you train a woman you train a nation”.

Speaking on girl child education in Omabala region, HRH, Eze Christopher Idigo-Ogalagidi opined that, the topics of such should also be culled for boy child education, because men are losing out and are not doing well presently in our society.


The book reviewer Prof. Idowu Sobowole reviewed the book chapter by chapter highlighting its strength and weaknesses. Prof Sobowole urged the Department of Mass Communication to organize more conferences in honour of Prof. Nwuneli and recommended the book to all.


HRH, Igwe Prof. Onuora Nwuneli thanked everybody especially HRH, Igwe Prof. Laz Ekwueme, NNOM, who was his teacher and Prof. Stella Okunna who influenced his life profusely and made the occasion a reality.

Highlight of the occasion was the unveiling of the book and the cutting of the cake by Prof. Ahaneku, Prof. Nwuneli, HRH, Igwe Laz Ekwueme, HRH, Igwe Kenneth Orizu, HRH, Eze Dr. Gibson Nwosu, and HRH, Eze Christopher Idigo.

In a vote of thanks, Mezuo Nwuneli on behalf of the Nwuneli family expressed his joy at the reality of the occasion and thanked everybody that participated to make it a dream come true.


Present during the occasion were; royal fathers from different towns and communities in Anambra State, Clergy men, professors, eminent personalities from Anambra State Government, Students, Staff, relatives and friends of the Nwuneli family.




The Nnamdi Azikiwe University Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) which is a part of the Owerri Zone, has hosted the Centre for popular Education (CEPED) Symposium.


The event had the presence of representatives from different Universities.


In his welcome remarks, the Zonal Coordinator, Prof. Ike Harris Odimegwu, welcomed everyone present. He said the symposium is usually organized zone by zone, and that UNIZIK was hosting on behalf of the Owerri Zone. The symposium, he said, is aimed at proffering solution for the way forward through academic discourse.


Speaking during his welcome address, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph .E. Ahaneku said he was delighted to welcome all, especially the Chairman of the occasion, Prof. Assisi Asobie who is an ASUU trustee. He commended ASUU for putting CEPED programme in place, as it promotes public enlightenment/education on matters relating to the socio-politico-economic development of Nigeria.


Prof. Ahaneku, while dwelling on the topic for the symposium, “Nigeria and Economic Recession: Reappraising the Neoliberation Option”  said that Nigeria is unable to break out of the shackle of underdevelopment, because of leadership failure and citizenry somnolence which has failed to exact accountability and transparency from its leaders.


The Chairman, Prof. Assisi Asobie in his remarks spoke at length on neoliberalism, while noting that economic recession is greatly characterized by reduced quality economic progress that result negatively to every sector. He lauded some great notable Igbo achievers like; the great Zik of Africa, chief Odimegwu Ojukwu and Prof. Chinua Achebe amongst others.


The national president of ASUU, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi who was represented by Com. Sunday Ighaho, thanked the Owerri zone for hosting the event, and expressed hope that deliberations at the symposium would go a long way in proferring helpful solutions.


The national coordinator, Com. Dipo Fashina said CEPED started in 2009, and its organized by tertiary institutions to key into changing the Nigerian situation for the better.


The Guest Lecturer and immediate past ASUU National President, Com. Nasir Fagge Isa said Economic Recession is a period of general economic decline, and its typically accompanied by a drop in stock market and an increase in unemployment. He spoke on neoliberalism, liberalism, and the style of leadership of some past Nigerian leaders which has kept the country in a pitiable situation.  He urged that the CEPED programme be geared to serve the purpose of ushering in new crop of leaders that are honest, transparent and patriotic.

The ASUU Chairman, UNIZIK Prof. Dennis Aribodor expressed joy at the presence of all who came for the programme, while noting that the aim of CEPED would definitely be achieved, as it was aimed for the growth of the nation.





The Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, Anambra State Chapter, led by the Chairman, TPL Ulasi, O. Joachin, on the 2nd of May, 2017, paid a courtesy call to the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Eberendu Ahaneku, FAS in his office.

Welcoming them to his office, Prof. Ahaneku thanked them for their visit.  He noted that their visit serves as a good reminder, because the issue of establishing the Department of Urban and Regional Planning in UNIZIK has already been stated.  Speaking further, the Vice-Chancellor explained that there are necessary procedures which must be followed to get approval for the establishment of the Department.  He urged them to make available ideas or manpower when the need arises aimed towards the realization of the proposed Department.


Earlier in his address, the Chairman of the Institute, TPL Ulasi, O. Joachin thanked the Vice-Chancellor for making out time to receive them from his tight schedules.  TPL Ulasi stated that their visit was to remind the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Ahaneku on the need to establish the Department of Urban and Regional Planning in UNIZIK.  He also spoke on the need to train people professionally to handle the problems of rapid population growth experienced in urban area because of in-migration of people from rural areas.


In a vote of thanks, TOPREE representative, TPL Okoye Ben, stated that, he was humbled by the Vice-Chancellor’s speech, thanking him for giving his time.




The Nigerian Association of Law Teachers (NALT) is set to hold its National Conference which coincides with its Golden jubilee at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, in June 2017.


Welcoming the delegates to his office, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Eberendu Ahaneku, FAS thanked them for their visit, while stating that the University will assist the much it can towards the success of the Conference.  Prof. Ahaneku urged them to make the best use of the Conference, because the University is where the best brains in all professions are found.

Earlier in his speech, the leader of the delegates and NALT Trustee South East, Prof. U. S. F. Nnabue, thanked the Vice-Chancellor for his warm welcome and elaborated on the calibre of dignitaries that will grace the occasion.  Speaking further, Prof. Nnabue added that the Conference will be of great benefit to the University.


In a vote of thanks, Prof. Joy Ngozi Ezeilo, OON eulogized the effort of the National President of NALT and the Dean, Faculty of Law, Prof. Godwin Okeke since the hosting of the Conference was given to UNIZIK.  She thanked Prof. Ahaneku for his anticipated support and warm welcome.




The Appointments and Promotion Committee (APC) has at its 78th meeting held on Thursday, 2nd March, 2017 decided that taking effect from the 2017/2018 Appraisal Exercise, the acquisition of computer knowledge and skills shall henceforth be one of the criteria for the assessment and promotion of Administrative and Executive Cadre staff.


The decision/directive of the Committee is hereby conveyed to Deans/Directors and Heads of Departments/Units.



For the sole aim of fostering unity amongst students and good relationship with the University staff, the Students’ Union Government (SUG) is organising a marathon race.  The race will commence from the University and end at Mbaukwu.  Registration fee is N500.00 per individual and the winners shall go home with case prize respectively.

First position       –  N50,000.00

Second position – N20,000.00

Third Position    –  N10,000.00


Moreso, the Union through the Director of Sports is organizing football competition. The football match will be a five-side ”monkey post” tournament with two substitutes.


National Universities Commission has approved the nomination of Prof. E. A. Egboh of the Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences to serve as a resource person for the verification exercise to CALEB University, Lagos.


The exercise is for the establishment of some undergraduate Degree Programmes at CALEB University.


The University Community and all the members of the Convocation of Nnamdi Azikiwe University are hereby informed that a meeting of Convocation for the purpose of electing its Representative in the 8thh Governing council of the University has been scheduled as follows:


Date:  Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Time:  12.00 noon prompt

Venue: University Auditorium/Garba Square

Agendum: Election of Convocation Representative in the Governing Council


Campaign will stop 24 hours to the date of the election.

For benefit of doubt, Convocation consists of the officers of the University stated in the First Schedule of the NAU, Act, all lecturers of the University; all other persons whose names are registered in the Convocation register/pay the prescribed fees where necessary.




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.


1. Okey-Umeh, Ijeoma Assistant Registrar Dean’s Office, Faculty of Physical Sciences Registry (Exams Unit)
2. Onyechi, Joy N. Assistant Registrar Pre-Science Unit Dean’s Office, Faculty of Physical Sciences
3. Okoye, Augustina Administrative Assistant Dept of Entrepreneurial Studies Registry (Personnel Unit)
4. Oluchi, Mercy Muotoh Administrative Assistant Registry (Personnel Unit) Dept of Entrepreneurial Studies
5. Chikendu, Catherine Principal Executive Officer II (Secretarial) Dept. of English Language & Literature Dept of Agric. Economics and Extension
6. Okoye, Unoma Beatrice Principal Executive Officer Dean’s Office, Faculty of Education Dept, of Sociology/ Anthropology
7. Uche Enemuo Senior Executive Officer Dean’s Office, Faculty of Arts Registry (Personnel)
8. Adiinx Onyeka Higher Executive Officer Security Department University Commercial Ventures
9. Ikegulu, Chigozie I. Principal Executive Officer Works Services Department Dean’s Office, Faculty of Arts
10. Onuoha, Peace Akudo Senior Clerical Officer Sandwich Unit – Chike Okoli Centre for Entr. Studies
11. Okafor, Victoria Foreman Dept of Modern European Languages Registry (Personnel)


The Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and the Director of UNIZIK 94.1 f.m., Prof. Chinyere Stella Okunna has added another feather as a Fellow, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR).


The Department of Guidance and Counselling, Faculty of Education is set to hold a One-Day Interactive Session and Award Ceremony.  It is scheduled to hold on Thursday, 18th May, 2017.


The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, library basic operations is now automated.

Following the successful installation of the Alexandria Automation Software, the students of the Faculty have commenced borrowing books online from the 27th of March, 2017.

However, the automation is a temporary one by the Faculty, to help test the efficacy of the software, which may precede the regular license and usage.  Also, the free DEMO is expected to last between six and 12 months.





Management at its 334th Regular Meeting held on Monday, 6th of February, 2017 has considered the report of the Students’ Disciplinary Committee on a case of one million, two hundred thousand naira only (N1,200,000.00) scam leveled against Okoli Eucharia Amaka of the Department of Co-operative Economics and Management by Mr. Charles Boreck in which she was absolved.


Management noted as follows:

(a)   Mr. Eneze Godwin alleged that Okoli Amaka owed him one million, two hundred thousand naira only (N1,200,000.00) but did not at any point give him the money or any part thereof;

(b)   She had no direct contact with one of the complaints by name Mrs. Chioma Mozie and

(c)   She was a victim of manipulation.


Consequently, Management has directed that she should be strongly warned and she is hereby warned on the need for formality in further dealings and to be of good conduct.




Management at its 334th Regular Meeting held on Monday, 6th February, 2017 have observed that the students in 400 Level, from Nursing Department who did their SIWES at Guinness Eye Centre , NAUTH, Onitsha in 2016 has exhibited acts of indiscipline and disrespect while carrying out their assignment.

It was also observed that they had very poor attendance to classes and that most of them refused to take the end of posting assessment; hence they were not eligible for examination.

Consequent upon the above, Management decided that the students involved should repeat the posting in addition to any other penalty that might be recommended.


%Wedding bells%

Mr. Emeka Obiekwe of Academic Planning Unit invites the University Community to the Wedding Ceremony of his daughter, Adaora Obiekwe who will by the grace of God be joined with her heartthrob, Mr. Dominic Chukwu on Saturday, 27th of May, 2017 at St. John Mary Vianney Catholic Church, DBS Road Asaba, by 11.00a.m.  Reception follows immediately at Tourist Garden Hotel behind (God is Good) Park, Asaba.



The Faculty of Environmental Sciences has lost a staff of the Department of Building, Mr. Nnabuike Joshua Obi. The sad event occurred on 19th of April, 2017.  Until his death was a Principal Laboratory Technologist. Burial Arrangement will be communicated later.



The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ahaneku, FAS regrets to announce the demise of:

  • Nnatuanya Maria Patricia, until her death, she was the mother of Nnatuanya Christian of Security Department. Her Burial has been scheduled to hold on Friday 26th of May, 2017 at Umunnoke village by New York road, Awka.




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.