University of Benin vice Chancellor Prof Lilian Salami has revealed that she is determined to creat a better Uniben, as she has embarked on people’s oriented projects in the institution’s campuses.
The projects include, renovation works on hostels, provision of water and adequate security among others. At a media parley in Benin, Public Relations Officer of the institution, Benedicta Ehanire, said students of the University of Benin who resumed for the 2019/2020 session were greeted with the improved hostel infrastructure.
According to the Guardian, during visit to some of the hostels within Ugbowo and Ekenwan campuses, it was observed that street lights have been restored, grasses cleared while there are steady water and power supply in the hostels.
Also, at Queen Idia hostel, a 200 level student of the Department of Optometry, identified as Sarah Aideyan lauded the Vice-Chancellor, for making student’s welfare a priority.
Again, Plant Biology and Biotechnology student, Precious Osagie, expressed appreciation to the Vice-Chancellor for the tremendous changes that have taken place within the short period of her assumption of office.
It would be recalled that Salami’s administration came on board in December, and commenced renovations in Ugbowo campus since the first week of January.
Also, a 200-Level student simply identified as Osahumen showered encomium on the Vice-Chancellor for addressing the issue of power outage on campus.
He noted there was a great improvement in the area of power because the students now have six to eight hours of electricity every day. “All the giant grasses have been cleared. We now enjoy snakes and rodent-free environment, he added.”
However, the school vice Chancellor Prof Lilian Salami, said that she is still not satisfied with the way the school is now and she promise that she is determined to to give Uniben a good facelift.
Source: guardian news
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