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KSU Kabba Students, Staff Excited Over Maiden Exam; Sympathizes With CUSTECH Over Attack

The management and students of Kogi State University, Kabba has expressed excitement over the just concluded maiden examination in the institution’s first semester of its first 2023/24 academic session.

The brand new institution successfully conducted examinations for about 1,034 students across the various departments.

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. K.I.T Eniola in a media parley expresssed satisfaction over the conduct of the students and lecturers during the examination which was concluded on Friday, 10th May, 2024.

Recall the breaking news of the unfortunate attack of bandits in Confluence University of Science and Technology (CUSTECH), Osara on Thursday, where students were kidnapped. The management and staff of KSU, Kabba sympathizes with the sister institution, calling on government and citizens to take the security of higier institutions seriously.

The VC said the successful conclusion of the maiden examination denounces the notion that the school is political.

The pioneer students expressed excitement on the conclusion of their maiden examination.

David Fortune, 100 level Mass Communication said she is happy to have concluded first semester exam.

David Alimoke, 100 level English and Literature Studies student expressed satisfaction on the professional conduct of the lecturers with the students.

The VC also said the institution, as the fastest growing State University in Nigeria, the school will be going digital as there will be all encompassing ICT training 15 and 16 of May. Adding that some of the 2nd semester examination will be digital, i.e, Computer Based Test (CBT).

The VC expressed plans to start Remedials programs by the institution, that they already have IJMB centre in Kabba town. He said those programs cannot be ran in the school campus, so as to make the students work hard to become proper undergraduate students.

Speaking about transportation and accommodation challenges of the students, he said coaster buses will soon be procured and to support the existing palliative transport system for the students, adding that hostels will also be built for students accomodation.

In his closing remark, the Registrar of the school appreciated former Governor Yahaya Bello for the establishment of the institution and also appreciate Governor Ododo Ahmed Usman for the continuity in developing the institution and for being supportive.

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