• UNILORIN Graduates 69 First Class Students

    A total of 6,710 graduating students will receive various degree certificates during the 31st Convocation Ceremony of the University of Ilorin scheduled to hold this week.

    Speaking during the pre-convocation press briefing in llorin on Tuesday, the university’s vice chancellor, Prof. Abdulganiyu Ambali, said that sixty nine of the graduating students bagged first class degrees.

    In a further breakdown of the results, the VC said 1,392 bagged Second Class (Upper Division), 2,884 got Second Class (lower division), adding that 932 were awarded Third Class while 82 got Pass.

    Ambali, who described the university as the fastest growing university in Africa, said that a total of 22 development projects, built by about N2 billion TETFUND grants, would be inaugurated to mark the 40th anniversary of the institution.

    He mentioned part of the projects to include lecture theatres, laboratories, medical assessment centre, 200-bed private hostel, electricity supply from main campus to College of Health Science, road construction, rehabilitation of 650-seater science lecture theatre, among others.

    Prof. Ambali, however, called on the Federal Government to release more funds for the capital projects so that the University will increase its admission quota.

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    1. saheed hamod oluwanishola 9 years ago

      I love this university and that my dream university ,am I welcome to unilorin?

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