BULLETIN: ISSN 1595-1685 January, 2017 Vol. 10 NO 1

Internal/External Advertisement

 

VACANCY FOR THE POSITION OF BURSAR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for the position of BURSAR, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.

 

 


JOB DUTIES:

The Bursar is the Chief Finance Officer of the University and shall be responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for day-to-day administration and control of the financial affairs of the University.

 

The person for this position must be of impeccable character. He/she should be trustworthy, have adequate leadership skills, ample experience, integrity, high degree of competence, and dependability. He/she should not be more than sixty (60) years at the point of appointment.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

The applicant for this position should possess a good honours degree or its equivalent in Accountancy or Finance.

 

The candidate should also possess ICAN, ACCA, ICMA, CACA, CIPA, ICPA or ANAN. A postgraduate degree in relevant area will be an added advantage. He/she must be computer literate and very conversant with accounting packages.

 

EXPERIENCE:

The candidate is expected to have a minimum of eighteen (18) years post qualification experience most of which should be in Bursary operations in tertiary institutions(s). The person must have operated at the level of Deputy Bursar or its equivalent for at least three (3) years.

 

 

 

CONDITIONS OF SERVICE:

The appointment shall be for a single tenure of five (5) years. Nnamdi Azikiwe University is a Federal University; therefore the salaries, conditions and perquisites of office applicable in Federal Universities shall apply.

 

METHOD OF APPLICATION:

Interested candidates should forward twenty (20) copies each of their letters of application, curriculum vitae and relevant credentials to:

 

The Registrar

Nnamdi Azikiwe University,

P.M.B. 5025,

Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria

to reach him not later than six (6) weeks from the date of this publication.

 

Meanwhile the curriculum vitae should contain Full Names (Surname first), Date and Place of Birth, Gender, Marital Status, Number of Children (stating dates of birth), Nationality, State of Origin, Contact and Permanent Home Address, Institutions attended and Qualifications obtained (with dates), Extra-Curricular activities and Names and Addresses of three (3) Referees.

 

Candidates should request their referees to forward reference letters on them under separate and confidential cover, direct to the Registrar to reach him in good time before the short-listing.

 

Dr. I. H. Isidienu, FCAI

Registrar and Secretary to Council


JOINT UNIVERSITIES PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS BOARD (JUPEB)

ADMISSION INTO THE JOINT UNIVERSITIES PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS BOARD (JUPEB)

PROGRAMME FOR 2016/2017 SESSION

 


Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) programme for 2016/2017 session.

 

The programme leads to the award of JUPEB certificate which enables candidates gain Direct Entry Admissions into Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka and other JUPEB-affiliated Universities in Nigeria and Abroad.

ELIGIBILITY

Eligible candidates must possess minimum of 5 Credits at maximum of two sittings in at least 5 subjects (inclusive of English Language) relevant to the candidate’s desired course of study in the University

 

 

DURATION

The duration of the programme is one academic session of two semesters.

 

AVAILABLE SUBJECT COMBINATIONS
Option/Fields Subject Combinations
Arts History/Literature/Christian Religious Studies (HLCRS)
Economics/History/Literature (EHL)
History/Igbo/CRS (HICRS)
Igbo/Literature/CRS (ILCRS)
French/Literature/CRS (FLCRS)
Government/Literature/Christian Religious Studies (GLCRS)
History/Igbo/French (HIF)
Social Sciences Government/Economics/Mathematics (GEM)
Literature/Economics /Government (LEG)
Biology/Economics/ Government (BEG)
Government/Literature/Christian Religious Studies (GLCRS)
Biology/Government/CRS (BGCRS)
Management Sciences

 

 

Business Studies/Accounting/Mathematics (BAM)
Mathematics/Accounting/Geography (MAG)
Mathematics/Economics/Government  (MEG)
Mathematics/Economics/Business Studies  (MEB)
Sciences

 

Agricultural Science/Biology/Chemistry (ABC)
Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics (PCM)
Physics/Chemistry/Biology (PCB)

 

Candidates are to note that the above listed subject combinations meet the requirements (as applicable) for admission into Degree Programmes in the Sciences, Social Sciences, Management Sciences and Arts courses in all JUPEB-affiliated Universities in Nigeria including Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka

 

METHOD OF APPLICATION

  1. Visit: portal.unizik.edu.ng/jupeb
  2. Click on create profile. Enter your Surname, First Name, Middle Name, Email, Phone number etc. and click on SUBMIT. A Registration number and password will be generated for you. Print or copy out both the Registration number and password for login and click on Finish to be redirected to the login page.

iii.   Enter the Registration Number as your username and the password as your password, and click on LOGIN

  1. Click on STEP ONE, click on Generate RRR. Your registration number name, email, phone number and application form fee of 10,000 naira will be displayed. Click on GENERATE.
  2. Print out your invoice and proceed to bank to make the required payment of 10,000 naira. The account number is the RRR number on your invoice.
  3. Visit the portal 2 hours after your bank payment, login with your Registration number and your password.

vii.  Click on STEP TWO, click on Confirm payment.  Your registration number, name, email and phone number will be displayed. Enter the RRR number and click on VERIFY PAYMENT. You will see a notification: “payment verification successful” or “Transaction pending”. If your payment verification is successful proceed to (Viii), else retry (Vii) until the payment verification is successful.

viii. Click on STEP THREE, click fill application form, fill out the application form and click on SUBMIT

  1. Print out your acknowledgment slip:

 

GENERAL INFORMATION
  1. Applicants into 2016/2017 preliminary programme are advised to be checking our website from time to time for their admission status and other relevant information.
  2. All candidates are required to register for 2017 JAMB Direct Entry during the programme.
  • All Candidates are required to use valid e-mail addresses and PERSONAL Telephone Numbers.
  1. The forms must be filled and submitted online either immediately or within two weeks of accessing the website. No downloaded or printed copies of forms will be accepted.
  2. Candidates are advised to follow the Application Instructions very carefully and ensure they select the Correct SUBJECT COMBINATIONS. Failure to do so may adversely affect the Candidate.

 

FURTHER ENQUIRIES

Phone: 08122466487, 08071595824

E-mail: jupeb@unizik.edu.ng

 

CLOSING DATE

Submission of online forms will close on Friday, 13th January, 2017 at 11.59 pm.

 

Dr. I.H. Isidienu, FCAI

Registrar

 

 


The former Governor of Anambra State, Chief (Sir) Peter Obi (CON) has recently commissioned Prof. Chinyere Stella Okunna legacy building for UNIZIK 94.1 F. M.

 

Speaking during the event, Mr. Peter Obi expressed gratitude to God for the building, and Prof. Chinyere Okunna for contributing her quota towards the development of education and the University at large.  He described Prof. Okunna as a planner who knows how to surmount every challenge in life.  Mr. Obi called on all to emulate her for the betterment of our country by changing their perception about governance and holding those in authority accountable.

 

The Pro-Chancellor and the Chairman of Council, AVM Larry Koinyan thanked Prof. Okunna for the donation and called on others to emulate such gesture.  He noted that information is power and urged students to always make use of correct information in the University.

 

In his remark, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku, FAS expressed his appreciation to Prof. Okunna for the legacy building donated to the University.  He said it was the first time such goodwill was witnessed in the University.  He thanked her extensively for having contributed her quota towards the development of humanity, as it would stimulate others to work hard.

 

Prof. Ahaneku stressed that Prof.  Okunna has re-positioned, re-modelled and re-equipped UNIZIK F. M. for good.  He beckoned on others to embrace and promote such legacy, by donating facilities to the University which will be perpetual.

 

Also speaking, the Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and the Director, UNIZIK f. M., Prof. Stella Okunna expressed her gratitude to God for the grace upon her and the family.  She thanked her husband Chief Dr. Sir Okunna for his support all through.  She also appreciated the Vice-Chancellor for his support to the Station.  According to her, the Station is a community radio that gives voice to the community and is domiciled in UNIZIK.  She appealed to all well meaning Anambarians to always support the Station because it is for all.

 

Earlier, the Chairman of the occasion Hon. Olisaeloka Obazie, congratulated and thanked Prof. Okunna fo creating an enabling environment where students will practice what they are been taught. He opined that the donation was an exemplary commitment and urged others to support the community radio.

 

 


As part of the annual preparation for the Christmas season, Nnamdi Azikiwe University has joined other Christians throughout the world to celebrate the thrilling moments of the yuletide period.

 

The 2016 carols and nine lessons saw the presence of the University Governing Council members both external and internal, led by the Pro-Chancellor, AVM (Rtd) Larry Koinyan.

The lessons were read by some members of the University Management, internal Council members, the Vice-Chancellor’s wife, Dr. (Mrs.) Gladys Ahaneku, amongst others.

The University Auditorium was sparked-up in white and red colours, heralding the Christmas season.  Classical, Igbo, Yoruba, and traditional Christmas songs were rendered by the music Department and orchestra, St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Chaplaincy Choir, UNIZIK, the Department of African and Asian Studies and individual performances by the students of the Department of Music.

In his reflection at the event, Rev. Fr. Dr. Wenceslaus Ofojebe said the carol reminds us of God’s presence in our lives.  The spirit of Christmas, he said, is to love, share and forgive.  He urged everyone to have an open heart and hands to others, especially those who need help.

 

Speaking during his remarks, the Vice-Chancellor thanked the Almighty God for making the 2016 carols and nine lessons a reality.  He appreciated the Governing Council members for attending, stating that it was a moment to thank God for life and peace in the University.  The VC thanked God in a special way for elevations of some deserving staff to professional positions, and appreciated all the Guest Choir in monetary terms.  He gave hundred thousand naira (N100,000.00) to Engr. Azubuike Aniedu of the Department of Electrical Electronic Engineering for his hardwork, while commending staff who have turned a new leaf.

 

Present for the occasion were: Deans, HODs, professors, lecturers, staff, students, friends and well-wishers.

 

 

 

As part of events marking the 53rd Ofala festival and 91st Birthday celebration of Igwe Dr. K. O. N. Orizu III, the longest living monarch in Nigeria has installed the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ahaneku, FAS as the ike di na mmuta, Nnewi.

 

Installed also, during the festival were Prof. Anthony Igwegbe who is the present CMD of Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital (NAUTH) Nnewi.

Speaking during an interview, the Vice-Chancellor said the Ofala festival is a traditional event in Igbo land, and it is good to adhere to our legacies as Igbo people.  He expressed joy that he was counted amongst those worthy of the conferment.

 

The event had the presence of notable Nigerians, traditional Rulers, and dignitaries from different communities within and outside Anambra State.

 

 

 

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku, FAS has offered dual appointments to Dr. Francisca Nebechi Nnajiofor as a Senior Lecturer in the Entrepreneurship Studies Unit, and Ojiaku, Obinna Christian as a Lecturer II in the Entrepreneurship Studies Unit.

This is in addition to their existing appointments as Senior Lecturer in the Department of Vocational Education and as a Lecturer II in the Department of Marketing respectively.

 

 

Due to circumstances beyond our control the Vice-Chancellor has approved that the following changes be effected in the 2016/2017 calendar of events for Regular Students

 

First Semester:

(i)  S/N 6. Matriculation Ceremonies earlier scheduled for Friday, January 13, 2017 is re0scheduled to hold on Friday, January 27, 2017.

 

(ii) S/N 10. University-wide quiz scheduled for the week ending 27th January, 2017 has been re-scheduled to hold in the week ending February 10, 2017.

 

Any inconveniences arising from the changes is regretted.

 

The Vice-Chancellor has, on behalf of Senate, approved the Calendar for 2016/2017 academic session for regular students as follows:

 

FIRST SEMESTER

1. Monday, November 7, 2016 Final Year students return & commence lectures

First batch of fresh students return & continue payment of fees and Registration process.

2. Monday, November 21, 2016 All other students return
3. Monday November 28, 2016 Lectures Commence for all Students
4. Wednesday, November 30, 2016 Senate Meeting
5. Monday, Dec. 5 – Wed. Dec. 7, 2016 Orientation of New Students
6. Friday, December 23, 2016 – Monday, Jan. 2, 2017 Christmas Break
7. Tuesday, January 3, 2017 Lectures Continue
8. Wednesday, Jaaz0nuary 25, 2017 Senate Meeting
9. Friday, January 27, 2017 Matriculation Ceremony
10. Friday, February 10, 2017 University Wide Quiz
11. Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017 Senate Meeting
12. Monday, Feb. 27 – Friday March 3, 2017 Revision Week
13. Wednesday, March 1, 2017 Committee of Deans Meeting
14. Monday, March 6, 2017 First Semester Exams Commence
15. Wednesday, March 29, 2017 Senate Meeting
16. Friday, March 31, 2017 First Semester Exams End.

 

SECOND SEMESTER

1. Monday, April 3, 2017 Second Semester Lectures Commence
2. Thursday, April 13 – Monday April 17, 2017 Easter Break
3. Tuesday, April 18, 2017 Lectures Continue
4. Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Senate Meeting
5. Monday, May 29, 2017 University-wide Quiz
6. Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Senate Meeting
7. Wednesday, June 21, 2017 Committee of Deans Meeting
8. Monday, June 26 – Friday June 30, 2017 Revision Week
9. Wednesday, June 28, 2017 Senate Meeting
10. Monday, July 3, 2017 Second Semester Exams Commence
11. Wednesday, July, 26, 2017 Senate Meeting
12. Monday, July 28, 2017 Second Semester Exams End
13. Monday, July 31 – Friday, August 4, 2017 Project Defence
14. Monday, August 14, 2017 Submission of degree results
15. Wednesday, August 16, 2017 Long Vacation Commences

 


In what could be regarded as a record breaking feat, the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka has again won the best Confucius Institute of the year Award in Kunming China.  This is the third time UNIZIK is achieving this feat.

The Award was announced at the Conference attended by all participating Universities at the Southern Base of Confucius Institute Headquarters office of Confucius Institute Affairs by the Director, Prof. Mao Tongwen.  Presenting the Award the Vice President of Xiamen University, Prof. Xhan Zhili, commended the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka for once again emerging the best Confucius Institute in the world under the Xiamen University family.

 

Expressing appreciation for the Award, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku, FAS reiterated the University’s resolve to improve the Confucius Institute in UNIZIK.  He maintained that since the inception of the Confucius Institute in the University in 2008, efforts had always been made to, not only train the young ones in speaking Chinese language, but also create a future workforce that will bridge the economic gap between Nigeria and China.

Presenting the University Report Card at the Conference, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration) and Director, Confucius Institute, Prof. Carol Arinze-Umobi outlined the University’s growth efforts which include:

 

 

 

  • As at 2016, there are sixteen certificate classes of about 1,600 students registered in the Confucius Institute.

 

  • Out of 1,300 students who registered for the HSK examination, about 800 of them have passed above level two.

 

  • The Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka commenced the Bachelor of Arts degree enrolment in 2014 with 22 students. This degree programme will enable the students spend one year in Xiamen University, China as part of the graduation requirement.

 

  • The University also inaugurated the Chinese Cultural Research Centre of Nigeria.

 

  • The Confucius Institute in UNIZIK has been fully integrated in the University. This integration led to the participation of the workforce of the CI in the University wide carnival in 17th March, 2016.
  • Cultural activities include the Dragon Cultural Festival, establishment of distinguished alumni forum in Chinese Kongfu Film Festival.
  • Other cultural activities include: Chinese calligraphy competition, Chinese book fair and education aid exhibition, publication of ‘MING DE’ Magazine and the take off of the “China Window” radio programme broadcast at UNIZIK Radio 94.1 FM.

 

  • Within a five year period the number of UNIZIK Confucius Institute Scholarship Students has increased from only two in 2011 to the rapid growth of 54 students in 2016. The 2015 figure was 34 students.  This shows an increase of 59% between 2015 and 2016.  Today, UNIZIK students are scattered in different top Universities in China enjoying Chinese Government Scholarship.

 

  • The University has continued to supply translators for the various Chinese companies in Nigeria. From 14 – 17 September, 2016, with the cooperation of Times Ceramics Chinese Company at Benin, the Chinese Translation Practical Base organized the local Chinese Translator symposium.  Presently, our students are working as Chinese translators/Interpreters in many cities such as Benin, Onitsha, Abuja, Lagos, Nnewi etc.  They have played more roles in local economic activities.

 

  • In August, 2016, two Confucius Institute students in UNIZIK participated in the 2016 HSK Summer Camp in Beijing. Also, with the same period CI at UNIZIK organized two local Chinese teachers to join the 2016 Local Teacher programme.

 

  • In July 2016, CI at UNIZIK sponsored a student to join the 2016 Asia – Africa youth Festival in Beijing.

 

  • In November, 2016, seven professors of the University participated in the bilateral academic exchange between Xiamen and Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.

 

  • Earlier in 2015, a group of ten junior scholars had participated in a similar programme in Xiamen University in China.

 

  • In keeping with these growth efforts, the CI at UNIZIK established a new website http//unizik.edu.ng.chinesecio.com/. This website has added to the increasing visibility of the CI in UNIZIK.

 

  • The publication of the CI Magazine known as “MING DE” also became a medium for teaching and learning Chinese language and culture for teachers and students. Channel of exchange for mutual feelings about current issues and everyday expense.

 

 

 

The role played by the current Vice-Chancellor of UNIZIK, Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku FAs in all of these successes has not gone unnoticed.  The Vice-Chancellor chaired panel discussion programme of Group 2, Topic 2:  How to fully play CI’s Role as a Bridge and Platform for Communication and Cooperation.  Speakers include: Prof. Carol Arinze-Umobi, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Director of the Confucius Institute, Li-Rong Cheng of the Sandiego State University, USA and Cheng Jianguo, Director of the Confucius Institute of the University of Delaware, USA.

 

The second segment of the Conference was organized by HANBAN (The Confucius Institute Headquarters) with the theme: Innovation, Cooperation, Inclusion, and Sharing.  In recognition of the continuing outstanding performance of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, the Vice-Chancellor gave a keynote speech titled ‘Development of Confucius Institute for the Next Five Years’.

All these and many more are determined efforts geared towards bridging the gap between Nigeria and China.  With the increasing investments by China in Nigeria, the foreseeable challenge would be the language gap.  It is this challenge that the Nnamdi Azikiwe University is tackling head-on by way of training the requisite manpower needed in lubricating the Nigeria – China relationship. Prof. Ahaneku reiterated his firm belief that the role being played by the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka will form a major milestone in enhancing economic cooperation between Nigeria and China.

 

 

 

This is to inform the University Community that the University Management has directed that all unauthorized signposts within and around the University premises should be removed immediately within seven (7) days.  This directive has become necessary in view of indiscriminate mounting and displaying of many signposts.

The Works Services Department has been mandated to remove these signposts at the expiration of this ultimatum by January 16, 2017.

 

 

NASU, UNIZIK, Awka calls on prospective buyers to limited plots of land for sale at three attractive locations in Anambra State at moderate prices.

 

Isiagu               –           650,000

Awka                –           900,000

Mgbakwu          –           500,000

 

Interested buyers should contact chairman NASU – 07081217756

Chairman NASU land Committee – 08100490918

NASU Secretary – 08034335285

 

 

The 45 traditional rulers of Old Aguata Union (OAU) will confer Chieftaincy title on our Vice-Chancellor Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku, FAS on 21st January, 2017 at Aguata Local Government Secretariat Compound by 10.00am. Well-wishers are requested to send in their goodwill messages on or before 9th of January, 2017 to PRO, OAU Professionals, UNIZIK Chapter.  (08035063047).

 

The advert rates are as follows:

Inside front page                        –           N50, 000

Inside back cover                       –           N50, 000

Back cover page                        –           N80, 000

Centre spread                            –           N100, 000

Full page                                   –           N20, 000

Half page                                  –           N10, 000

Quarter page                             –           N5, 000

 

All correspondence to PRO, OAU Professionals

 

 

S/N Name Date
1. Engr. Prof. Harold C. Godwin 18th August, 2022
2. Prof. Gabriel Anene 20th October, 2022
3. Prof. Akujobi, Comfort Nne 8th December, 2022

 

 

The UNIZIK Chapter of SSANU will attend the burial of Mrs. Catherine Oyidi Okeke, the mother of Justina Ify Okeke of Records Unit.

 

Date:        Tuesday, 10th of January, 2017

Venue:    10 Ekwueme Street, Umubele, Awka

 

Bus leaves the Administrative Block at 12.00 noon

 

 

The immediate past Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Prof. C. C. Ihueze invites the University Community to the burial ceremony of his father, Ichie Ugwunwa Ihueze.  The funeral ceremony is scheduled to hold as follows:

 

Date:            January 11, 2017

Venue:         Ichie Ugwunwa Ihueze Compound, Umuohi Ihembosi, Ekwusigo L. G. A.

Landmark:   After Okija Junction if coming from Ihiala.  After Uzubulu, if coming from Nnewi and Onitsha.

DIPR mourns loss of sister

 

The death has been announced of the sister of the Director, Information and Public Relations/Chief Protocol Officer of the University, Dr. Emmanuel C. Ojukwu, Ms Julie Ojukwu, aged 53, who died on December 28, 2016 in Lagos.

She will be buried on Friday, January 13, 2017 at Urudunu, Ifite-Oraifite, Ekwusigo Local Government of Anambra State.  Until her death, Julie was the Welfare Officer of the Pentecostal fellowship of Nigeria (PFC), Lagos State.

 

 

 

Bereavement

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

 

 

  • Catherine Oyidi Okeke, who died on 23rd of September, 2016 after a brief illness. She will be buried on 10th of January, 2017 at her husband’s compound, Umubele Village, Awka, Anambra State. Until her death, she was the mother of Justina Ify Okeke of Records Unit and Mr. Osondu Okeke of the Mechanic Section of Works Services Department, UNIZIK.

 

  • Catherine Oyidi Nnenna Okeke who died at the age of 88. Burial Arrangements:  Monday, 9th January, 2017 by 5.00 p.m. – Service of Songs at Nnenna Okeke residence; Tuesday, 10th of January, 2017 at 6.30 a.m. – Body leaves Agundu Mortuary Awka for her residence, 10 Ekwueme Street, Umubele Village, Awka, 7.00a.m. – 10.00 a.m. – Lying-in-state at her residence at Umubele Village, Awka; Wednesday, 11th of January, 2017 – Condolence visits by friends, associations and others; Thursday, 12th January, 2017  – Condolence visits by in-laws and well wishers; Sunday, 15th January, 2017 – Outing service at St. Stephen Anglican Church, Awka at 8.00 a.m. prompt.  Until her death, she was the mother of Justina Ify Okeke of Records Unit, UNIZIK.

 

  • Theresa Gold Ofili (Nee Okafor) alias Ojemba Enweilo of Umuzocha Village, Awka in Awka South L. G. A. of Anambra State whose sad event took place on Saturday, 5th of November, 2016 after a brief illness at Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu Teaching Hospital (Amaku), Awka. Burial Arrangements: Friday, 6th of January, 2017 – 10.00 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Awka; Saturday, 7th January, 2017 – Condolence visit by in-laws, friends and well wishers; Sunday, 8th of January, 2017 – Outing Mass at St. Patrick’s Catholic Cathedral Church, Awka. Until her death, she was the mother of Mrs. Augustina Ndigwe (Asa Ndigwe) of Sandwich Unit.

 

  • Lady Betty Isiaku Mbanugo who died on the 4th of December, 2016 after a brief illness. Until her death she was the mother of Obinna Mbanugo Esq., a staff in the Faculty of Law and the wife of Prof. Chukwuemeka Mbanugo of the Music Department. Burial Arrangements: Tuesday, 17th January, 2017 by 4.00 p.m. – Commendation Service at the Church of Pentecost, near Government House, Awka; Thursday, 19th of January, 2017 by 6.00–8.00p.m. – Service of Songs at her husband’s residence in Ukwulu Town in Dunukofia L. G. A., Anambra State, 8.00 – 9.00p.m. – Christian wake at same venue; Friday, 20th of January, 2017 by 7.00 a.m. – Body leaves Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu Teaching Hospital, Amaku, Awka for her father’s residence, Urunebo Village, Enugwu-ukwu Town in Njikoka L. G. A. of Anambra State, 9.00 – 10.00 a.m. – Lying-in-state at her husband’s residence in Ukwulu Dunukofia L. G. A. of Anambra State, 11.00 a.m. – Funeral Service at the Parish Church of Immanuel Ukwulu Dunukofia L. G. A of Anambra State, 00 p.m. – Interment at her husband’s residence in Ukwulu Dunukofia L. G. A. of Anambra State, 2.00 p.m. – Condolence visit by in-laws, friends and well-wishers; Saturday, 21st of January, 2017 – Condolence visits continues; Sunday, 22nd of January, 2017 by 9.00 a.m. – Outing Service at the Parish Church of Immanuel Ukwulu in Dunukofia L. G. A., Anambra State.

 

 

 

 

 

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.