DELSU Graduates 4855 Students for 2021/2022 Academic Session
By Ovedhe Hezekiah.
Vice Chancellor of the Delta State University Abraka, Prof Andy Egwunyenga, says a grand total of 4855 graduates bagged postgraduate degree, first degree and Diploma certificates for the 2021/2022 Academic Session in the university’s 15th Convocation Ceremony.
Prof Egwunyenga announced this in his remarks at the 15th Convocation Ceremony of the University, stressing that, “Postgraduate degree Graduands are 596, First degree- 3843 and Diplomas- 416.”
He said that, “I consider the Convocation Ceremony not only as a final rite, but also as a beginning of another. Today’s graduands are graduating into endeavours that will open other new beginnings.
“Our University has consistently kept faith with its mandate of producing quality graduates who will contribute to nation building and advance the cause of humanity globally.”
The Vice Chancellor, Prof Egwunyenga further posited that, “The quantity and quality of graduates produced by our university over the years attest to our capacity to live up to the vision of our founding fathers.
“I enjoin us all not to rest on our oars as the most advanced University, is a work in progress and the University and Delta State University, Abraka, is no exception.
“I do congratulate all of us, Staff and students, on the successes we have recorded in approximating the ideals upon which our University is founded. Though we have achieved giants strides, there is still a lot of work to be done.”