16th Anniversary: Salem University Blazing the Trail at Transforming Young Nigerians – Prof Johnson-Akubo

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The Vice Chancellor, Salem University Lokoja, Prof Alewo Johnson-Akubo, says the institution is setting the pace in training young Nigerians into becoming impactful future leaders.

The Vice Chancellor made the remarks in an interview with newsmen in Lokoja as part of celebration of the institution’s 16th anniversary.

Johnson-Akubo lauded the vision of the Founder and Chancellor of the University, Arch Bishop Sam Amaga, that has helped in transforming not only teaming Nigerian youths but foreigners alike.

He said: “Today, the entire management, staff and students and graduates of this citadel of learning are celebrating the chancellor and how far the institution has gone educationally.”

“Arc Bishop Sam Amaga is an iconic leader, strong exemplary pillar of the Christian faith and a philanthropist per excellence that people of Kogi and Nigeria should be proud of.

“This is because Salem University, established 16 years ago, gives Nigerian youths the opportunity to study in various fields to fulfill their God given destinies.

“Today, through the efforts of our chancellor, virtually all our problems have been accredited by the National University Commission (NUC).

“Again, God has helped our university to record a very strong showing in what easily became the largest and most diverse university ranking in the world, the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022, ” he said.

The VC said that Amaga has touched lives especially the indigents in the society through Salem university which he established 16: years ago.

According to him, more than 115 indigents have benefited from his benevolent through scholarships and graduated in the university as changed agents that could impact the global world.

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