The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku, FAS earlier today inaugurated the newly elected members of the Students Union Government (SUG), of the University.
Congratulating the members on their victory at the polls, Prof. Ahaneku urged them to serve and uphold the dignity of the University which is currently standing tall in all ramifications.
The Vice Chancellor disclosed that the University management has a lot in stock for the students in a bid to make their sojourn in the University conducive and interesting.
He further announced that 72 indigent students of the University have been enlisted for work aid payments. According to him, the University management is sensitive to the plight of most students and has maintained work aid as a form of assistance to the indigent ones. He also advised the students to abide by the laws and ethos that govern the University.
Speaking on behalf of the inaugurated members, the newly elected president, Ikenna Igwebuike promised to uphold the trust and faith the students have entrusted on him. He asserted that his administration will focus on fair and accessible government, encourage discipline as well as improving on the healthcare and the transportation system on campus.
Earlier in his valedictory speech, the out gone president, Nwabueze Nwambu extolled the Vice Chancellor for his fatherly support throughout his administration while wishing the new president and successful tenure.