10,215 Students Graduate from DELSU, as VC Laments Poor Infrastructure

The Delta State University DELSU, Abraka held the convocation ceremony for 10,215 students who were awarded degrees, diplomas and postgraduate certificates.
The DELSU Vice Chancellor, Prof Eric Arubayi, used the occasion to call on the state government and well meaning individuals to come to the aid of the institution as they are suffering from poor facilities that is limiting its progress.
He however praised the state governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan and the Pro-Chancellor of the university, Mr Tony Elumelu, for their assistance in taking the institution to greater height.
Elumelu in his submission said, “We should encourage our young graduates to go out and take risks, find technological solutions to everyday challenges and source for endorsements to build on your dreams.
But As leaders in both government and private sectors, we must create the enabling and predisposing environment that can lead to successful entrepreneurship in our environment”.
The convocation climaxed as the best graduating student of DELSU, Joy Onyemechi, was presented with gifts.
Onyemechi, a graduate of Economics, used her valedictory message to challenge her fellow graduands to be ready for the challenges ahead of them. She said her next target is to go abroad to study further.

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