This is to inform the entire University Community of the creation of a new interactive media platform for the University- “FUNAI BLOG.” Staffs are requested to interact with the world through the blog by showcasing their academic activities, publications, achievements, conferences, and other intellectual works that can give them international visibility and enhance the global brand of the University. This has become important now that the University is embarking on activities to increase its global visibility and ranking.

One distinguishing feature of the FUNAI blog is that unlike the website there is free entry and exit. However, emphasis is on those things that would portray the University as a global brand and its staff as international scholars.

To be part of this wave, please type in your browser: or visit and navigate to quick links and click on blog

Also, the University has created a new chat platform – Telegram. This new chat platform has a very high capacity to accommodate all staff of the University unlike the present WhatsApp platform that has less than 300 staff capacity.

All staff are therefore enjoined to join this new platform by: Downloading the Telegram App from the Google play store or directly online through Google. Load the App on your smart phone and send a request to the FUNAI STAFF FORUM administrator to be added on the platform or visit the PR Unit and drop your details and phone number.

All staff on the old FUNAI Staff Forum are also requested to follow the steps above to be part of this new all-inclusive platform in other to continue to feel the pulse of the University and receive official information/messages in real time.

Note that after one month the old FUNAI Staff Forum on WhatsApp would be shut down, so staff should migrate quickly to the new FUNAI Staff Forum on Telegram.

You can also follow the University on other Social Media Platforms:


Note: All Deans, Directors, HoDs and HoUs are to bring this important information to the attention of staff.

This is for your information and necessary action.

Thank you

Elom Iyke Ubochi MinstPM

Head, Public Relations and Protocol


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