University Wide Course Registration commences on 16th of January, 2017 and will end on 3rd February, 2017. To this effect, all students are:
- Expected to download the UNIZIK mobile app from http://nauportal.com/update/naumobile.apk and fill in the O’ Level(s) result submitted during their year one physical clearance.
- The students must pay their school fees.
iii. Students are expected to go to the basement of the Digital Library to complete their course registration.
Failure of any student to complete these processes before the deadline will automatically disqualify the student from taking the Semester Examination.
According to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Prof. Charles Esimone, all the processes (school fees payment, filling of O’ levels and Registration of courses) must be completed on or before the deadline – 3rd February, 2017.
APPOINTMENT OF HEADS/ACTING HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS FOR THE 2016/2017 ACADEMIC YEAR
FACULTY OF ARTS
(i) Dept. of Igbo, African & Chinese Studies (Ag.) – Dr. Thecla Udemmadu
(ii) Dept. of English Language & Literature – Dr. Geraldine Eruchalu
(iii) Dept. of History & International Studies – Prof. Dan Chukwu
(iv) Dept. of Linguistics – Dr. Chinedu Uchechukwu
(v) Dept. of Music – Rev. Sir Prof. Cordis Achikeh
(vi) Dept. of Philosophy – Dr. Charles Nweke
(vii) Dept. of Modern European Languages (Ag.) – Dr. F. Asadu
(viii) Dept. of Religion & Human Relations – Rev. Dr. Nmah P.E.
(ix) Dept. of Theatre Arts – Prof. Alex Asigbo
(x) Coordinator, Chinese Language (Ag.) – Mrs. Chinenye Okoye
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
(i) Dept. of Educational Foundations – Prof. Romy Okoye
(ii) Dept. of Educational Management & policy (Ag.) – Rev. Fr. Dr. W.N. Ofojebe
(iii) Dept. of Guidance and Counselling (Ag.) – Dr. C. Nwokolo
(iv) Dept. of Early Childhood and Primary Educ.(Ag.) – Dr. Ngozi Obidike
(v) Dept. of Library & Information Science (Ag.) – Dr. Nwabueze Anthonia
(vi) Dept. of Science Education – Prof. Sam. K. Okeke
(vii) Dept. of Adult Education (Ag.) – Dr. J.N. Ewelum
(viii) Dept. of Vocational Education – Dr. Ezenwafor Justina
(ix) Dept. of Health & Physical Education – Prof. Charles Ogu
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
(i) Dept. of Chemical Engineering (Ag.) – Dr. Ajemba Regina
(ii) Dept. of Civil Engineering – Prof. (Mrs.) C. Nwaiwu
(iii) Dept. of Electrical Engineering (Ag.) – Dr. J. Onuegbu
(iv) Dept. of Electronics and Computer Engrg. – Prof. C.C. Okezie
(v) Dept. of Mechanical Engineering (Ag.) – Dr. Ugochukwu Okonkwo
(vi) Dept. of Industrial Production Engineering (Ag.) – Dr. E.C. Chinwuko
(vii) Dept. of Polymer and Textile Technology (Ag.) – Dr. Nonso Ewulonu
(viii) Dept. of Agricultural & Bioresources Engrg.(Ag.) – Dr. Orakwe L.C.
(ix) Dept. of Metallurgical & Mat. Engineering – Dr. Atuanya C.U.
(x) Dept. of Production Technology (Coordinator) – Dr. Charles Okpara
FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
(i) Dept. of Architecture – Arch Dr. Austin Ezezue
(ii) Dept. of Building (Ag.) – Dr. Kevin Okolie
(iii) Dept. of Quantity Surveying (Ag.) – Dr. Nathaniel Agu
(iv) Dept. of Geography & Meteorology (Ag.) – Dr. E. E. Ezenwaji
(v) Dept. of Environmental Management – Dr. Chinedu O. Okoye
(vi) Dept. of Estate Management – Dr. F.I. Emoh
(vii) Dept. of Surveying & Geoinformatics – Prof. J.I. Igbokwe
(viii) Dept. of Fine & Applied Arts – Dr. C.O. Nwafor
FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
(i) Dept. of Medical Lab. Sciences (Ag.) – Dr. Nancy Ibe
(ii) Dept. of Nursing Sciences (Ag.) – Dr. E. Osuala
(iii) Dept. of Radiography (Ag.) – Dr. H.C. Shehu
(iv) Dept. of Physiotherapy/Med. Rehab. (Ag.) – Dr. P.O. Ibukunle
FACULTY OF LAW
(i) Dept. of Commercial & Property Law – Dr. Ogugua Ikpeze
(ii) Dept. of Intern. Law & Jurisprudence (Ag.) – Dr. Ken Oraegbunam
(iii) Dept. of Public & Private law – Dr. Nkechi Okpalobi
FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
(i) Dept. of Accountancy – Dr. Egbunike Patrick
(ii) Dept. of Banking & Finance – Dr. P. Adigwe
(iii) Dept. of Business Administration – Dr. Lilian O. Orogbu
(iv) Dept. of Coop. Economics & Management – Dr. Ngozi B. Ijeoma
(v) Dept. of Marketing (Ag.) – Dr. E. Ezenyilimba
(vi) Dept. of Public Administration – Dr. Agbodike F.
(vii) Dept. of Entrepreneurship – Prof. (Mrs.) C.C. Okolocha
FACULTY OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES
(i) Dept. of Computer Science – Dr. B. Ekechukwu
(ii) Dept. of Pure and Industrial Chemistry – Dr. J. Nduka
(iii) Dept. of Physics and Industrial Physics – Dr. T.N. Obiekezie
(iv) Dept. of Geological Sciences (Ag.) – Dr. Norbert Ajaegbu
(v) Dept. of Mathematics (Ag.) – Dr. Donatus Okoli
(vi) Dept. of Statistics (Ag.) – Dr. Edith Umeh
(vii) Sub-Dept. of Applied Geophysics (Ag.) – Dr. Obiedu I. Izuchukwu
FACULTY OF BIOSCIENCES
(i) Dept. of Applied Microbiology & Brewing (Ag.) – Dr. Archibong Etim
(ii) Dept. of Botany (Ag.) – Dr. K.U. Ekwealor
(iii) Dept. of Applied Biochemistry – Dr. C.N. Ezekwesili
(iv) Dept. of Parasitology and Entomology – Prof. Dennis Aribodor
(v) Dept. of Zoology – Dr. C.I. Nsofor
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
(i) Dept. of Anaesthesia – Dr. Titus Chukwuanukwu
(ii) Dept. of Internal Medicine – Dr. G.I. Ahaneku
(iii) Dept. of Surgery – Prof. J.K.C. Emejulu
(iv) Dept. of Paediatrics (Ag.) – Dr. T.O. Ulasi
(v) Dept. of Obstetrics & Gynaecology – Dr. Obi Nwosu
(vi) Dept. of Haematology & Blood Transfusion (Ag.) – Dr. Aneke John C.
(vii) Dept. of Chemical Pathology (Ag.) – Dr. J. Olisadiaka
(viii) Dept. of Histopathology – Dr. C. Ukah
(ix) Dept. of Immunology (Ag.) – Dr. Martin Ifeanyichukwu
(x) Dept. of Medical Microbiology – Prof. C.I. Akujiobi
(xi) Dept. of Pharmacology (Ag.) – Dr. Elo Ilo
(xii) Dept. of Radiology (Ag.) – Dr. Eric Umeh
(xiii) Dept. of Community Medicine – Prof. P.U.O. Adogu
(xiv) Dept. of Primary Health Care (Coordinator) – Dr. Achunam Nwabueze
(xv) Dept. of Ophthalmology (Ag.) – Dr. A.I. Apakama
FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICICAL SCIENCES
(i) Dept. of Anatomy – Prof. Ukoha Ukoha
(ii) Dept. of Human Biochemistry – Prof. H. Maduka
(iii) Dept. of Human Physiology (Ag.) – Dr. V.U. Igbokwe
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
(i) Dept. of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Techn. (Ag.) – Dr. Ebere Okoye
(ii) Dept. of Pharm. Microbiology and Biotechnology (Ag.) – Dr. A.N. Oli
(ii) Dept. of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry – Dr. F.B.C. Okoye
(iii) Dept. of Pharmacology and Toxicology (Ag.) – Dr. C.P. Ihekwereme
(iv) Dept. of Pharmacology and Traditional Medicine (Ag.) – Prof. Doris N. Onwukaeme
(v) Dept. of Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Mgt (Ag.) – Dr. Sunny Nduka
(vi) Dept. of Forensic Science(Ag.) – Dr. K.C. Ngwoke – Coordinator
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
(i) Dept. of Economics (Ag.) – Dr. Uju Ezenekwe
(ii) Dept. of Psychology – Dr. Harry Obi-Nwosu
(iii) Dept. of Political Science – Dr. Frank Collins N. Okafor
(iv) Dept. of Mass Communication (Ag.) – Dr. Uche Ebeze
(v) Dept. of Sociology/Anthropology – Dr. (Mrs.) B. Mathias
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
(i) Dept. of Agric. Economics – Prof. Nkiru Meludu
(ii) Dept. of Animal Science – Dr. C. Ebenebe
(iii) Dept. of Fisheries (Ag.) – Dr. (Mrs.) Chuka Ikeogu
(iv) Dept. of Forestry & Wildlife (Ag.) – Dr. Caleb I. Ezeano
(v) Dept. of Food Science and Technology – Dr. J.E. Obiegbuna
(vi) Dept. of Soil Science – Prof. P.C. Nnabude
(vii) Dept. of Crop Science & Horticulture (Ag.) – Dr. C.C. Iwuagwu
APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTORS FOR THE 2016/2017 ACADEMIC YEAR
(i) Prof. Uche Obidiegwu – Director, Sandwich Programme
(ii) Rev. Fr. Prof. Bonachristus Umeogu – Director, Igbo Village and Centre for African Civilization
(iii) Prof. C.C. Ihueze – Director, University Production Process
(iv) Dr. Dennis Amobi – Deputy Director, Sandwich Programme
(v) Dr. I. Okodo – Deputy Director, Igbo Village and Centre for African Civilization
(vi) Dr. C. Okafor – Deputy Director, University Production Process
VC Appoints Faculty Administration Officers
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku, FAS has appointed the following as Faculty Administration Officers for various Faculties.
(1) Anyanwu, Bright – Faculty of Health Sciences & Technology
(2) Ikegbunam, Okechukwu M. – Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences.
(3) Umeatuegbu, Justina – Faculty of Law
(4) Ezekwem, Esther N. – Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
(5) Igwegbe, Chizoba R. – Faculty of Education.
(6) Okafor, Uche Patrick – Faculty of Biosciences
The appointment took effect from 7th of November, 2016.
The Old Aguata Traditional Rulers Forum has, recently honoured the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku, FAS with a prestigious Chieftaincy title of “Ide Ji Mmuta Aguata.”
Speaking during the event, the Executive Governor of Anambra State, Chief Dr. M. Willie Obiano, represented by the Deputy Governor, Dr. Nkem Okeke described the VC as an erudite scholar, a consummate academic and an astute University administrator. The title, he said, is very well deserved, because of the VC’s service to humanity and overall development in Nnamdi Azikiwe University. He prayed God to give him more grace to do more.
Stating the need for investment in Anambra State, Dr. Okeke said the Anambra State Government is ready to partner with individuals and communities, hence has created an enabling environment for investors to come and invest in the state, by improving on security and encouraging the use of made in Nigeria product.
The Chairman of the event and former VC, Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Prof. Paul Orajaka welcomed all to the event. He said the conferment was a re-affirmation and recognition for the VC’s numerous and unprecedented humanitarian and selfless service, especially in academic development. He encouraged all to promote the Igbo culture and language.
The Chairman of the Old Aguata Traditional Rulers Forum, HRH, Igwe Col. C.A.O Muoghalu, (Isu II of Isuofia) echoed the VC’s selfless service to the University Community, and opined that it would leave a befitting and enduring legacy through a track record of service.
In his response, the Vice-Chancellor expressed his gratitude to the Forum for recognizing him as one of their own. He prayed God to bless and protect the traditional rulers, while emphasizing that the UNIZIK has created a Centre for Community and Rural Development (CCRD) and Igbo Village and African Civilization Centre (IVACC) in order to harness the capabilities of each community in Anambra State and to give room for visitors to know about the Igbo culture.
The Chairperson, LOC, Professor Lucy Nwuba thanked all who found time to witness the occasion.
Lectures have resumed in UNIZIK after the Christmas break which commenced on Friday 23rd December, 2016 and ended on 2nd January 2017. Students have resumed for the continuation of the first semester which began in November. As usual, UNIZIK Bulletin Crew went round the faculties to know how lectures were being attended.
- At the Faulty of Arts:
The 200L students were being taught Igbo Mechanical Accuracy, with the course code Igb: 209 by Mr. Aloysius Umeodinka. The second year students of Religion and Human relations were receiving lecture from Rev. Fr. Dom Obielosi on Introduction to Hebrew grammar. The first year students of the Department of Music were being taught Musicianship Studies by Mr. Vincent Udeozor. The 200L students of the Department of Theartre Arts were receiving lecture on the course; Film and Video Appreciation by Mr. Aniukwu Nkemakolam, while the second year students of the Department of French were receiving a lecture titled; Intermediate Spanish, code: SPA 201 by Dr. Purity Uchechukwu. At the Department of English language and Literature, Dr. Chike Okoye was teaching the second year students Introduction to Poetry, code: Eng 173, while Prof. Ngozi Orjiakor was teaching History of America, code: 241.
- At the Faculty of Management Sciences:
Dr. Faith Onwuchekwa was teaching the students of the Department of Entrepreneur Studies a course, titled; Human Resources Management, code: Bus 311. Dr. Obianuju Chiekezie was teaching the third year students of Business administration Quantitative Technique, code: Bus 323. Also, Dr. Tochukwu Okafor was taking the second year students on the course, Introduction to course and Management Accounting, code: Acct. 231, while Dr. Jerry Emejulu was taking the first year students on the course; Introduction to Cooperatives, code: CEM 101.
- At the Science Village:
Dr. Edebeatu Dom was teaching Operations Research, Code: CSC 361, while Ms Chinyelu Genevieve Chinenye was taking students of the Faculty of Physical Sciences Elementary Mathematics, code: MAT 101. Mrs. Ogechukwu Aribodor was teaching Medical Parasitology, code: ZOO 383, while Dr. Okeke J.J was taking Invertebrate Zoology, Code: ZOO 201.
- At the Faculty of Social Sciences:
The 200L students of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology were receiving a lecture on Crime and Delinquency by Dr. Nneka Oli. The final year students of the Department of Political Sciences were about to receive a lecture on Development Administration, Code: PS: 455 by Prof. Edmund Egboh. At the Department of Psychology, Prof. Rita Ossai and Dr. Chukwuemeka Okoye was teaching Advanced Clinical Psychology, Code: PSY 475.
- At The Faculty of engineering (FEG) Hall:
Charles Onyi had a classroom filled with year one students; he was teaching MAT 101, a GS Course for year one students.
In the same vein, Mrs. Madu Lovelyn Ogechukwu was at the Science Education lecture hall, utility Hall 7 teaching MAT 101. The hall was also filled with year one students.
- At The Industrial Chemistry (ICH) classroom:
Onwukaeme Valentine was with 400 level students of Industrial Chemistry teaching ICH 471.
- At The Faculty of Agriculture:
Uko Ibeabuchi was at the Agric Hall BI, teaching CSH 321 – Crop breeding and Genetics. Dr. Pat Okeke, Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture was teaching the final year students FAT 511 – Fish Production and Management
- At The Utility Building:
Head, Department of Quantity Surveying, Dr. Ajato was at the Departmental Lecture Hall taking the final year students on project cost control, course code: QUS 541.
In Department of Geography and Metrology Lecture Hall, Dr. Emma Ezenweji was taking the 400 level students on GME 433 – Quantity Method.
- At The CBN building Hall II:
Dr. Joseph Nwazor was teaching the final year students on the course titled: Vocational Education studies, course code: VTE 401. At the Department of Architecture Studio III, Arc Mrs. L. C. Abazuonu was with the students of the Department, teaching Arc 343 – Building Materials III.
- At The Faculty of Engineering:
At the Chemical Engineering Lecture Hall, Dr. Ogah Anselm was taking the students on PT 501 – Polymer and Fibre Science, Hall 3. At the Chemical engineering Lecture Hall 2, the Fourth year students of Polymer and Textiles were being taught by Engr. Steve Nwokolo on the course titled, Polymer Science and Technology.
The Miral-UNIZIK “End Malaria for Good” project was rolled out at the Juhel Auditorium, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Agulu Campus, UNIZIK at 12 noon, through a press conference.
The project has invited undergraduate students of UNIZIK to write essays. They are also requested to visit (www.miralpharm.com/essay). Prizes will be awarded to winners on the world malaria Day, 25th of April, 2017.
The “End Malaria for Good” is the 2016 WHO World Malaria Day Theme, which reflects the vision of a malaria free world, set out in the “Global Technical strategy for malaria 2016-2030”.
According to facilitator, and the former Sub-Dean of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Prof. Uzochukwu, Ikemefuna there will be a collation of all completed (Published or unpublished) or ongoing malaria topics done by UNIZIK staff.
The National Association of Academic Technologists, UNIZIK at its quadrennial congress, held on 30th of November, 2016 at Choice Conference Hall, held its election and elected the following members:
(1) Sir C. C. Okoli – Chairman
(2) Mr. Orji Victor N – Vice Chairman
(3) Engr. Umembamalu J. C. – Secretary
(4) Mrs. Anajekwu Bernadette – Assistant Secretary
(5) Mr. Obika Ifeanyi – Treasurer
(6) Mr. Egemonye Obika – Financial Secretary
(7) Mr. Okeke Fidelis – PRO
The elected members have been sworn in, and have assumed duties.
The Presidents of the Hostels situated inside the University have written to appreciate the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku for the great work done in the hostels when students were away for the long vacation.
Sanstonz Ltd. in partnership with UNIZIK and supported by Google invites the University Community to its training programme titled: “Digital Skills for Africa”.
The modules will cover:
- Online opportunities
- Build Your online presence
- Introduction to Sem
- Opportunities in the Digital World
Date: January 23rd – 27th, 2017
Venue: CHISCO School of Transport Studies & Chike Okoli Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies
Time: 9am to 4pm
1st Session: 9.00 a.m. – 11.00 a.m.
2nd Session: 12.00 p.m. – 2.00 p.m.
3rd Session: 2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.
The training programme is open to both staff and students.
N/B: Attendance is free with issuing of E-certificate to all participants after the training.
For further enquiries, please contact:
|VACANCY FOR THE POSITION OF BURSAR|
Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for the position of BURSAR, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.
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.
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.
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:
Nnamdi Azikiwe University,
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
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
(i) S/N 6. Matriculation Ceremonies earlier scheduled for Friday, January 13, 2017 is re-scheduled 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:
|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, January 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.|
|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|
It has come to the notice of the University Management that despite several warnings, some staff still leave the electrical appliances on after close of work.
According to a letter written by the DVC (Administration), Prof. Carol Arinze-Umeobi, she warns that the letter would serve as the last warning to all, as defaulters will be held responsible for the consequences and would also face disciplinary measures.
The University Community is therefore, reminded for the last time to always switch-off all the electrical appliances in their various offices after close of work daily to avoid fire outbreak.
|1.||Ozo Florence Chinyere||15th January||Medical|
change of names
|S/N||Old Name||NEW NAME||Dept|
|1.||Esomeju, Ugonwa Ijeoma||Nzewi, Ugonwa Ijeoma||Bursary|
|2.||Ezeanyagu Ngozi Dorathy||Chigozie, Ngozi Dorathy||Zoloogy|
Department of banking and finance loses staff
The Department of Banking and Finance, Nnamdi Azikiwe University has lost one of its own, Prof. Alex U. Mbachu. Until his death, he was a Professor of Financial Management and Strategy in the Department of Banking and Finance. Burial Arrangements will be announced later.
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ahaneku, FAS regrets to announce the demise of:
- 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, 1.00 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.
- Nzebuilo Grace N. Until her death, she was the mother of Mr. Nzebuilo Okechukwu of the Works Unit. Burial Arrangements: Friday, 20th January, 2017 – Funeral Service at Nzebuilo’s compound, Umunono, Umuanum Village, Nibo, Awka South L. G. A., Interment follows immediately after church service at her family compound; Saturday, 21st January, 2017 – Condolence by friends, in-laws and well wishers; Sunday, 22nd of January, 2017 – Outing service at St. Mathew’s Anglican Church, Nibo.
- Gold Okwulucheta Mogor who died on Friday, 23rd of December, 2016. Until her death, she was the mother of Major Grace Uju of Records Unit, Registry Department, NAU. She will be buried at her husband’s compound Umukwa Village, Awka on 3rd of February, 2017.
VICE – CHANCELLOR’S SECURITY LINES
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