Nigerian Envoy to Sierra Leone donates N2m to the NSUK alumni association

The Nigerian Ambassador to Serria Leone, Ambassador Henry Omaku, Thursday, donated N1 million to the alumni of Nasarawa state University Keffi, (NSUK) to complete its secretariat.
The ambassador also donated another N1million to Alago students to enable them complete their project work.

Ambassador Omaku, announced the donation during a courtesy call on the Vice Chancellor of Nasarawa state University Keffi, Professor Suleiman Mohammed, in his office in Keffi.
The ambassador who is a graduate of the university, while announcing the donation said he was proud to be a product of NSUK, hence the need to identify with the school.
He announced that he is into negotiation with some universities in Serria Leone, for possible collaboration with the Nasarawa state University Keffi, for cross breeding of ideas and technology.

Receiving the cash donations on behalf of the students, the Vice Chancellor of NSUK, Prof. Bala S. Mohammed, thanked Ambassador Omaku, for his kind gesture to the school and students.

Prof. Mohammed, who said his administration is open, transparent and and accommodating called on other ex-students to emulate the ambassador by giving back to the institution that made them.
He said the institution is willing to collaborate with any organisation in and outside the country, becuase they are poised to make the school a 21st century university.

He said so far the university under his watch, has established faculties of medicine and engineering, fight ethical conduct, introduced whistle blowing policy and other programs that have yielded positive results.
He commended the alumni and leadership of students union of the institution for collaborating with the management to build university that can stand the taste of time.