Kwasu VC Urges FG To Rehabilitate IDPs
Na’Allah, who cautioned against any attempt at stigmatising the victims, said they should rather be celebrated as those who had fought with lions but survived the bloody duel.
He spoke yesterday at Malete during the press briefing to announce the institution third convocation.
Six graduating students of KWASU have first class, three each from institutes of pure and applied sciences and information communication and technology. A total of 732 students across the existing institutes will be awarded different degrees.
Nobel Laureate, Prof Wole Soyinka, will today deliver the convocation lecture.
On the IPDs, Na’Allah said: “Any nation that has the experience of Boko Haram and the wanton destructions of lives and property, rapping and assault of innocent citizens must rise up and promptly rehabilitate the victims. It was never the fault of any of these victims.
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