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THE National Executive Council of the Ambrose Alli University has promised to continue to engage the Edo State Government over the unwholesome interference in the management of the University and the enactment of the obnoxious “Intervention Law”.
This was one of the resolutions and outcome of the just concluded National Executive Council (NEC) meeting of the Alumni Association of Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma held in Asaba the Delta State Capital on Friday.
In a statement made available by the Worldwide Publicity Secretary of the Association, Barr Paul Abhulimen, the Association vowed to continue to engage the Government of Edo State over the unwholesome interference in the management of the university and the enactment of the obnoxious “Intervention Law”.
“The NEC resolved that the interest of the Ambrose Alli University will be paramount at all times and the Association will explore all legal and proper means, including but not limited to legal action to make sure the University continue to toe the path of progress.” The statement said.
The Association while commending the production of the Alumni Magazine, resolved to reconstitute it’s Editorial Board for added impetus.
One of the highpoints of the meeting was a courtesy visit to the Head of Service of Delta State, Mr. Reginald Bayoko mni, who was excited to receive the World-Wide President of the Alumni Association, Barr. Dave Emakunu and NEC members to the State.
Mr Reginald Bayoko who was described as a prominent and notable Alumnus of the Ambrose Alli University was commended by NEC for been a source of pride to the Alumni Association through his dedication and capacity for hard work for the betterment of the Delta State Civil Service.
The Worldwide President of the Association, Chief Dave Emakunu had earlier commended the sterling leadership qualities of the Delta HOS, Mr Reginald Bayoko and urged him not to relent in his efforts even as he expressed the irrevocable commitment of the Alumni Association to forge ahead with its plan of construction a multi million naira ultra-modern multi-purpose ICT centre in the school as part of the Association’s contribution to build solid infrastructure to promote learning and expand the frontiers of knowledge.
The Association commended the host, the Asaba Branch of the Association and the Head of Service of Delta State for their hospitality.
The Association’s NEC meeting which was held at Okeyl Suite Asaba, also had other far reaching decisions that would promote rapid development and growth of their Alma mater to be a world class institution of higher learning.
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