See Photo: EKSU Alumni Donated Lecture Theatre to Alma mater

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This is a wonderful development,am so happy for it.The Ekiti State University (EKSU) Alumni Association has handed over the keys of the newly constructed Dr. Goodluck Jonathan Lecture Theatre to the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Patrick Aina.

lecture theatre
EKSU Goodluck Jonathan Lecture Theatre

The Alumni Association of the University
constructed the building on Campus and
named it after the former President of
Nigeria, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan.

The 500-seater ultra-modern Lecture
Theatre was commissioned by the former
Special Adviser on Niger Delta Affiars to the
immediate past President Goodluck
Jonathan, Kingsley Kuku on Tuesday, 26th
May, 2015.

Handing over the keys, the President of the
association, Dr. Matthew Ayeni said that the
Alumni Association was proud of the
positive development going on the
University adding that the construction of
the Lecture Theatre was part of the
Association’s contributions to support Prof.
Patrick Oladipo Aina’s positive administration.

Receiving the keys, Vice-Chancellor, Prof.
Aina commended the Alumni President who
was accompanied by the National Secretary,
Dr. Oludotun Adetuberu for the gesture.

Aina lauded the association and said with
the donation of the lecture theatre, it had
further showed the Ekiti State University’s
tradition of excellence and brought credit to
the University.

The Vice-Chancellor noted that the
University Alumni Association under Dr.
Ayeni has changed the face of the
Association by contributing to the
development of the University.

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