Former Nigerian Chief of Military Workers, Lt. Gen. TY Danjuma, has donated a 500-capacity feminine hostel to the College of Benin (UNIBEN) within the identify of his spouse, Daisy.
The inauguration of the hostel came about on the Ugbowo campus of the college. Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo, who attended the occasion, praised Danjuma’s philanthropy and dedication to uplifting the much less privileged. Obaseki highlighted Danjuma’s concern for Nigerian youths, notably within the subject of schooling, as demonstrated by his provision of lodging for feminine college students….CONTINUE READING
Governor Obaseki additionally acknowledged Danjuma’s earlier donations to Edo in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. He known as on different people and personal organisations to comply with Danjuma’s instance and assist tertiary establishments by offering infrastructure to boost instructing and studying. Obaseki talked about that the state authorities had already supported the college in street building.
Sen. Daisy Danjuma, for whom the hostel was named, expressed her pleasure in regards to the challenge. She urged the scholars who would profit from the lodging to take duty for sustaining the power. Sen. Danjuma highlighted the problem of upkeep tradition as a problem in infrastructure improvement within the nation and inspired the scholars to develop this essential ability. She additionally urged the college college students to have interaction in actions that might make the establishment a task mannequin for others.
Prof. Lilian Salami, the Vice-Chancellor of the College of Benin, recommended the donor’s gesture in addressing the scarcity of hostel lodging for college kids. She emphasised the crucial nature of the lodging problem confronted by the college and urged the scholars to make environment friendly use of the newly donated facility.
After the inauguration, Sen. Danjuma made a further donation of one other block of hostel for feminine college students. The ceremony for this new challenge was carried out by the Minister of Well being, Osagie Ehanire….CONTINUE READING