Professor Nlerum Sunday Okogbule, the Vice Chancellor of Rivers State University, disclosed that 4,970 students will graduate at the university’s 33rd convocation this weekend.
The Vice Chancellor announced this at a news conference.
According to Okogbule, 31 students bag first class honors, with 884 receiving Second Class Upper Division.
During the briefing, Prof. Okogbule also mentioned that construction work on the university’s four new campuses in Ahoada, Emohua, Etche, and Sakpenwa is nearing completion and would be commissioned in May 2022.
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