By Thelma Ojetobor
Professor Oji Odu of the Department of Technical Education, Faculty of Education, Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka, will on Thursday, 20th January, 2022, deliver the institution’s 89th in the series of Inaugural Lectures.
The Inaugural Lecturer will speak on the title ‘Industrial Technology Education in Advanced Countries of the World: A Sober Reflection for Nigeria.’
The occasion will take place at the 1st 750 Auditorium, Site 3, Abraka.
The event to be chaired by the Vice Chancellor, Prof Andy O. Egwunyenga, will commence at 11am.
Guests are to be seated by 10:30a.m.
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