FUNAI ALUMNI CANVASS GREENER, CLEANER ENVIRONMENT ON CAMPUS
The pioneer graduates of Federal University Ndufu-Alike Ikwo, fondly known and addressed as ‘Eagles’ are drumming up support for the vision of the Vice Chancellor, Professor Chindeum Nwajiuba to enthrone a greener and cleaner environment in the world-class University.
This campaign came to the fore on Friday, 12th August, 2016 when the pioneer president of the FUNAI Alumni Association, Mr. Victor Obasi Ngwoke led other members of the group to present and install 25 pieces of waste collection devices across the University campus.
Mr. Ngwoke while presenting the waste collection bins to the Vice Chancellor, Professor Nwajiuba during the University Management Meeting at the Conference hall harped on the importance of instilling a culture of cleanliness and greener environment among staff and students of the University. The pioneer president further expressed their appreciation to the University for molding them into soaring eagles in their various disciplines, stressing that they would be worthy ambassadors of the University. He further pledged their continued contribution to augment the efforts of the Vice Chancellor in making the University a renowned and leading centre of learning and production-driven research.
The Vice Chancellor, in his response expressed the conviction of his administration in taking the University to greater heights, stressing that he is at the University to build and mold students who would excel in the 21st century economy. Prof. Nwajiuba further thanked them for joining hands with the University Management to re-position the University as a top player in the education sector of the country.
The event was rounded-off with the installation of the devices around the University campus by the pioneer graduates themselves.