24 Students Bagged First Class as AUN Produces 210 Graduates

Filed in School News | By Emmanuel Worthwhile | Last Modified On May 14, 2015

The American University of Nigeria, Yola,
recently graduated a total number of 210
students (184 were undergraduates and 19,
masters degree holders). 24 of them
graduated with first class honours.

AUN

During the ceremony, the president of the
institution, Prof Margee Ensign charged the
graduands thus: “Today is called

Commencement, it marks not only the
successful completion of your work with us,
but most importantly it marks the start of
something new; the start of your life as a
university graduate, your life as an
educated citizen of a democratic country.”

The National chairman of the All
Progressive Congress, APC, Chief John
Odigie-Oyegun who was present at the
occasion in his speech said urged the
graduating student to contribute their
quota to the development of the nation.

“These are hard times. And when the times
are hard, the tough gets going. You are
going to join us in proffering solution to the
new direction, the new trajectory on which
this nation is going to embark from May 29,
2015.”


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