Abia Poly: We are here to transform and actualise the dreams and vision of the Governor -Elder Nwangborogwu

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Earlier today the  chairman Governing council of Abia State polytechnic Aba, Elder John Nwangborogwu  kick off his stay as the Chairman of Governing council  of the institution  with a    familiarisation visit to the Rector of the institution, Prof. Friday E Eboh.

The Chairman of the council who appreciated the management of the institution for their steadfastness and warm reception of the council into the institution and promised to work in synergy for greater achievement and positive turnaround of the institution (with the mandate and support of the Governor) in all facets of the polytechnic, being the only State owned polytechnic.

He informed them that, they have come to transform and actualise the dreams and vision of the Governor, Dr. Okezie Victor Ikpeazu, into a reality and to return the greater glory of the polytechnic.

He urged them to be open and transparent in their dealings and interaction with the Governing council, to propel the actualization of the good and big dreams of our dear Governor, for the institution. He also informed the management of the institution, that the board is not in any mission of witch hunting any individual and begged for their peak cooperation for smooth operation.

The Rector, in his earlier remark, after the presentation of kola nut, thanked the Governor, for the crème LA crème that constitutes the council, who according to him, have “excess capacity of coming over to Macedonia to assist them”.

He described the previous State of the institution as “an orphan without a helper” while thanking the Governor for providing capable parents to the institution.

He, on behalf of the administrative management of the institution, pledged to oblige the request of the Governing council of being open and transparent to them.

He took them to their council chamber and that of the Board Chairman’s office.

The visit saw the crew of some other board members, the administrative management of the polytechnic and few friends that accompanied the entourage of the council.

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