UNIPORT Produces 18,363 Graduates, As 41 Students Bags First Class On It 30th Convocation

Not fewer than 18,363 students will get various degree certificates during the 30th
convocation ceremony of the University of
Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) which is scheduled to hold on Saturday, 13th June, 2015.


Following the speech in the convocation press briefing, the Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof. Joseph Ajienka, said that the forthcoming event will be a combined convocation for the 2011/2012, 2012/2013 and 2013/2014 academic sessions’ graduates.

Prof. Ajienka said the students would
receive First Degrees, Post-graduate
Diplomas, Masters and Doctorate Degrees
during the event.

He added that Forty-one of the graduands
bagged First Class degrees from the
Faculties of Social Sciences, Education,
Management Sciences, Agriculture, Colleges
of Engineering, Natural and Applied
Sciences and the School of Science
Laboratory Technology.

The VC congratulated the graduating
students and announced that Mazi Samuel
Ohuabunwa would deliver the 30th
convocation lecture, titled “Nigeria: From
Consumption to a Production-oriented
Economy”, at the Ebitim Banigo Auditorium
on Thursday.
NGSchoolz Team Says; Congratulations

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