The co-ordinator of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Rivers State, Dr. Tex Wariboko on Monday 17th June, 2013 donated books to Ignatius Ajuru University of Education Library.

 Represented by his Special Assistant Mr. Nemi Ibaraye, the state co-ordiantor said that the books in seventeen cartons are for various disciplines.

 He remarked that one of the objectives of NEPAD is poverty eradication and added that the other higher institutions in the state will also benefit from the books which is a Rivers State Project.

Dr. Wariboko promised to donate more books to IAUE before the end of the year. 

 Receiving the books, the Vice-Chancellor of Ignatius Ajuru University of Education Professor Rosemund Dienye Green-Osahogulu expressed appreciation to the state co-ordinator for the books donated and for choosing IAUE as the first university to visit.

 She promised that the books which will help in the teaching and learning process and assist students and lecturers in their research work will be put to good use.  

About Ignatius Ajuru University of Education

Ignatius Ajuru University of Education is envisioned as the most suitably structured, resourced and mandated agency with potential for engendering, sustaining and refining through all foreseeable educational futures for Rivers State, a dependable supply of suitably prepared graduate manpower stock for maintaining a pre-tertiary educational system which is model in governance, system management, formal instruction, curriculum realism, research productivity, support services, global networking, institutional repute, and school leaver worthiness in learning and character.
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