The management of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT), did honors former President, Goodluck Jonathan as a distinguished fellow of the University.
According to information our newscast team has just confirmed, the Senate and Council of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) have approved that Nigerian’s former President, Goodluck Jonathan be honoured as a Distinguished Fellow of the university, not just for what he’s done for the Varsity, but for the good name he’s brought Nigeria, and shows the world, that Africans, are civilized.
This news was made public by the Vice Chancellor of UNIPORT, Professor Joseph Ajienka, who made this disclosure on Monday in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, while he was briefing journalists on the 30th convocation ceremony of the university, which has been scheduled for Saturday, the 14th of June 2015.
According to the VC of Uniport, who said and we quote:
“He (Jonathan) will be the first person, whose honoured and we are proud that he took all his degrees from the University of Port Harcourt.
THE Vice Chancellor also continued:
“This rare fellowship is being conferred on the former President of the federal republic of Nigeria, in recognition of his exemplary leadership of the country and contributions to the development of his Alma Mater.”
Professor Joseph Ajienka also disclosed that 41 graduates of the university would receive first class grade at the school’s 30th convocation.
The Vice Chancellor went further, to say, that this was different from the university’s 29th convocation ceremony, where only 20 graduates bagged first class (honours) degree.
He stated that 10 of the First Class graduates were from the Faculty of Humanities.
We’re fully behind and supports this notion, to award Ex President, Goodluck Ebere Jonathan, for the transformation agenda he brought into Nigeria, during his 4 years Tenor as President of the Republic of Nigeria.
Best Wishes Sire.