Nile University’s Vice-Chancellor Emphasizes the University’s Commitment to Academic Excellence During Courtesy Visit to the Executive Secretary, NUC

A delegation from Nile University of Nigeria, led by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Dilli Dogo, paid a courtesy visit to the Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC), Prof. Abubakar Adamu Rasheed, on 22nd March 2022. The visit was aimed at officially informing Prof. Rasheed of Nile University’s recent appointment of a new Vice-Chancellor (Prof. Dogo) while re-iterating the University’s commitment to ensuring academic excellence and maintaining its good relationship with the NUC.

Following the exchange of pleasantries, Prof. Dogo thanked the host for the warm reception accorded the Nile University team, which included the Registrar (Mr. David Olowola), Dean of the School of Postgraduate Studies (Prof. Ebele Amali), Dean of the Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences (Prof. Senol Dane), amongst others. The Vice-Chancellor proceeded to acquaint the Executive Secretary on Nile University’s history, evolution, and strategic objective of producing the next generation of leaders and professionals able to impact regionally in a globalized world. Nile University’s goal of developing competitive world-class human talent (comprising students and staff) is in line with the goals of Honoris United Universities, which acquired the former in 2020.

Responding to Prof. Dogo’s remarks, Prof. Rasheed congratulated him on his new appointment and expressed his desire to work with the former in his new capacity as Vice-Chancellor toward advancing human capital development. He further commended Nile University, which he described as a “big University,” on its notable contributions to educational development in the nation and pledged the NUC’s support to Nile University in facilitating the delivery of high-quality education.

Other members of the host team comprised the Director of Finance and Accounts (Sam Onazi), Deputy Executive Secretary (Dr. Chris Mayaki), and Head of Special Duties Division, Office of the Executive Secretary (Ulonna Inyama).

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