THREE lecturers in the Edo University, Iyamho, Edo State, have been promoted to the rank of professor. These are Dr. Simon Olufemi Abifarin of the Department of Public and International Law; Dr. David Umoru of the Department of Economics and Dr. Dawood Omolumen Egbefo of the Department of History & International Studies.
The vice chancellor, Professor Emmanuel Aluyor, who announced the new promotions in a virtual Senate meeting held on the 16th of June, 2020, said the exercise was in line with the university’s culture of promoting excellence, hard work and dedication to duty.
According to a statement by the public relations officer of the institution, Mr Betcher Ekhosuhun, the vice chancellor congratulated the newly promoted staff for their hard work and contributions to the development of the university, and charged others to commit themselves to hard work, adding that the university management would always reward hard work and dedication to duty.
Edo University, Iyamho, is currently in session online via its CANVAS Learning Management System despite the COVID -19 Pandemic in order to be able to graduate students in line with the university’s calendar.
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