NOUN VC, Tenebe to visit Anambra

The Vice Chancellor of National Open University, NOUN , Prof Vincent Ado Tenebe is expected to be in Anambra  at the weekend to commission a multi purpose building donated to the university by its host, Abagana town welfare union.

Tenebe will lead other principal officers of the University to Abagana on Saturday August 8th, 2015 to commission the building.
HALLMARK gathered that Prof Tenebe will first pay a courtesy visit to Governor Willie Obiano and the traditional ruler of Abagana , Igwe Mbamalu Okeke before heading to the Awka  study Center for the commissioning.
Abagana indigenes said that the building of the center was based on a request from the NOUN Management that they lacked enough classrooms.
The building comprises of two big halls upstairs, five small halls downstairs and a good veranda that could be converted to a classroom.
 The Study Center Director at Abagana, Dr. (Mrs.) Chibuogwu Nnaka .V.  refused to speak to the press when  she was contacted, insisting that  only the Vice Chancellor has rights to address the press.
President General Abagana Town Welfare Union, Barr Enyi Ilonze could not be reached for his comments as at press time but insider sources revealed that Abagana community is ready for  Prof Tenebe’s visit.
National Open University of Nigeria is a single mode institution that operates through open and distance learning. The institution was established by an Act of 1983.
NOUN is pursuing its vision of being the foremost university in Nigeria, providing highly accessible and enhanced quality education to all who seek knowledge.
 NOUN offers various programmes at certificate, diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate levels. It also has a centre for lifelong learning and skill acquisition.

By Ifeizu Joe

Ifeizu is a seasoned journalist and Managing Editor of TheRazor. He has wide knowledge of Anambra State and has reported the state objectively for over a decade.

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