5 Bags First Class as Nigerian Turkish Nile University Graduates 119 Students

Filed in School News | By Emmanuel Worthwhile | Last Modified On June 27, 2015

The Nigerian Turkish Nile University (NTNU)
, Abuja graduated a total of 119 students
during the 3rd Convocation ceremony of
the institution held on Saturday 13th June,
2015.

In his address, the Vice-Chancellor,
Professor Huseyin Sert, disclosed that 5 of
the graduating students bagged First Class
Honours while another 48 got Second Class
Upper Honours and a further 52 relieved
Second Class Lower. He added that 14
students graduated with Third Class.

Turkey University

The VC noted that the turnover of the
number of graduands from the University
justified the vision and mission statement
of the Institution of producing quality
graduates who shall be full of knowledge,
skill and experience to contribute to
technological and economic development
nationally and internationally.

Prof. Sert said that the University now have
Faculties of Natural and Applied Sciences,
Engineering, Management and Social
Sciences, Arts and Law, while plans had
reached an advanced stage towards
establishing a Faculty of Medical Sciences.
The high-point of the Convocation was the
conferment of Honorary Degrees on two
distinguished Nigerians for their work in
inter-religious dialogue.

They were Sheikh Shariff Ibrahim Saleh
Alhussaini, Chairman, Fatwa Committees of
Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs of
Nigeria and Ja-ma’atu Nasril Islam and
Chairman Assembly of Moslems in Nigeria
and Cardinal John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan,
CON, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Abuja.


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