Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu Alike (FUNAI) Vice Chancellor, Reacts Over CONVID 19

Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu Alike, FUNAI, Ebonyi State Vice Chancellor, Prof. Chinedum Nwajiuba Passionately Reacts Over CONVID 19. More articles can be found below.

AE-FUNAI Vice Chancellor  Reacts Over CONVID 19.

AE-FUNAI Vice Chancellor, Passionately Reacts Over  CONVID-19.

Encouraging Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Nigeria (AE-FUNAI) Staff and Students currently outside Nigeria in this period of COVID-19, the Vice-Chancellor of Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu Alike Ikwo, Prof. Chinedum Nwajiuba has passionately reacted to the ugly outbreak of Coronavirus, stating that the University is the most exposed to the challenging ranging from the number of its staffs and students outside the country on different programmes.

The message read thus;

Dear Colleagues and friends,
As we deal with the challenge of COVID-19, an unexpected pandemic, that has befallen the world, we remember all our staff and students currently outside Nigeria.

I strongly suspect that of all Nigeria institutions, including universities and others, we are probably the most exposed to the challenge of COVID-19

As a university that has become very internationalized, I count over seventy of our staff and students outside Nigeria. They are in places such as Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, China, Japan, and others.

These include not only about forty staff currently under the Franco-FUNAI collaboration studying for the Masters and Doctoral degrees, and residing in virtually all parts of France, but also others involved with other programmes in France and other countries on the PTDF and other sponsorships.

They include our students currently in Sweden under the Erasmus programme and student exchange programmes.

They include colleagues on fellowships in the United States, Canada, Italy, China, Japan, and others. Like I stated earlier, we are likely the most exposed, and if not, we certainly rank among the most exposed institutions in Nigeria
This message is in solidarity, and to let them know we are thinking about them.

We rely on our strong national culture of prayers and remember them in our prayers.

I ask all of us to bear them all up in prayers.

As we know, we must back our prayers with efforts.

I therefore issue this message through the Public Relations Office, the Directorate of Internationalization, the Coordinator of the Franco-FUNAI collaboration, the Desk Officer TETFund AST+D, and indeed all colleagues, to ensure that each of them receives this message of encouragement.

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