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UDUAGHAN TO DELIVER 2015 UI ALUMNI PUBLIC SERVICE LECTURE

UDUAGHAN (2)Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan is slated to deliver the University of Ibadan Alumni Association Second National Public Service Lecture on Friday, May 8, 2015.

The lecture with the topic “Good Governance As A Catalyst For Development: The Delta State Experience,” according to the President of the President of the University of Ibadan Alumni Association, Dr. Kemi Emina, aims in part to bring to the fore issues concerning our body polity and to proffer solutions to them.

“It also seeks to galvanize public discourse and thus setting the agenda in our nation. It was and still our belief that University of Ibadan as the foremost citadel of learning and the flagship of University education in Nigeria, is a credible brand to initiate public discourse especially for very credible Nigerians who have indeed made their mark in our society,” he said.

UIDr. Emina said the choice of Governor Uduaghan to deliver the lecture “stems from our perception of him as one of the true heroes of our democracy and who have indeed brought democratic dividends to his people of Delta State. It is our belief that being an epitome of good governance, he is well suited to initiate discourse on the essence of good governance in our developing democracy.

The lecture which will be delivered at the famous Trenchard Hall, under the chairmanship of the Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof Isaac Folurunsho Adewole.

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