The Abia State University
(ABSU) 24th Convocation
ceremony saw a total of
2,956 students receive their
first degree certificates.
Speaking at the even held
recently, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Uche
Ikonne said that two graduands bagged First
Class honours with the university graduating
no fewer than 603
postgraduate students. Ikonne announced
that the school had gained full accreditation
for Science Laboratory Technology
and Computer Science.
He noted that the school management is
doing everything possible to stamp out
cultism from the institution.
The VC also said that a special security
office has been set up to be manned by the
the Man’O’war where complaints of
or any form of threat will be reported and
investigated. On academic activities, the VC
said that grants by the Tertiary Education
Trust Fund (TETFund) are
being used to strengthen research activities
in the institution.
Already, he said the university has 13
research topics approved for by the National
Universities Commission (NUC), while it has
submitted eight research topic to TETFund
for higher national
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