Elizade University Receives Books Worth N500,000 from NIIA

Filed in Education News | By Emmanuel Worthwhile | Last Modified On June 17, 2015

Positive movement always comes with reward as The Department of History and
International Relations of Elizade University,
Ilara-Mokin, have received books worth
N500,000 from the Nigerian Institute of
International Affairs (NIIA), Lagos.


The books were donated to the University
during the field trip by the students of the
Department to the Institute.

Speaking while receiving the Students, the
Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof.
Valentine Aletor appreciated the Institute
for the gesture.

He said that the happiness and satisfaction
he noticed in the Students on arrival
indicated that they were treated very well.

The Vice-Chancellor added that Elizade
University would continue to give relevant
exposure to the Students.

In his remarks, one of the Students on the
trip and Chairman, Students Consultative
Forum of the University, Bolu Ogundipe
who spoke on behalf of other Students
expressed satisfaction with the trip.

He said as students in History and
International Relations, they have seen how
embassies handle diplomatic functions on
daily basis.

He described the week-long excursion as
school outside classroom, saying it has
given them practical experience that would
assist them in their chosen discipline.

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