OMPAN hails Prof Elom for emerging AE-FUNAI VC



The Online Media Practitioners  Association of Nigeria ( OMPAN), Ebonyi State Chapter has felictated with the new Vice Chancellor of Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu Alike Ikwo (AE-FUNAI), Professor Sunday Oge Elom for his meritorious appointment.

This was contained in the congratulatory message endorsed by the acting Chairman of OMPAN in Ebonyi, Comrade Celestine Okeh and the State Secretary, Comrade Andy Nwogha on Wednesday.


OMPAN in the congratulatory message described Prof Elom's appointment as the Vice Chancellor of the institution as a well deserved one.

"Your appointment is a well deserved at a time Ebonyi State needs it most, a round peg in a round hole considering your outstanding track records as an academic guru, as well as, an erudite scholar of inestimable qualities.

"You have in the recent time proved your academic and administrative experiences as a DVC in the same University and there's no doubt that with your fourteen years of post-professorial exposure the university is in a safe hand.

"The Association, therefore, believed strongly that you will do exactly what you are well known and on the image you have built for years," the congratulatory message read in parts.

In a related development, the association commended the efforts of the immediate past Vice Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Chinedu Nwajiuba, members of the school senate and other principal officers of the university, and described them as those who saw tomorrow, and gave their voices out to ensuring that an Ebonyi man was appointed the VC of the varsity.

OMPAN assured the Vice Chancellor and his teeming workforce in the institution of its support to ensure that the university is moved to an enviable height.

"In all sincerity, be assured of our support and prayers as you take the University to an enviable height, and we pray God to give you good health, the wisdom, knowledge and understanding to deliver on the mandate given to you," the message hinted.

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