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Western Delta University Inaugurates 1st SRC Executive

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The inauguration of the first executive of the Students Representative Council (SRC) of the Western Delta University, Oghara, held on Wednesday, May 25, 2022.

The event which took place at the University’s premises had in attendance the Vice Chancellor, Prof Augustine Ikelegbe, Dean Of Students, Dr D.M.E Abam, the Registrar, Chief Elvis Ofotokun, and other members of the insutution’s top management.

Those Inaugurated are: Edevbie Emmanuel – Mayor, Adjemiyotan Peter – Deputy Mayor/Director Of Socials, Ogheneruro Etume – Financial Secretary, Timothy Akporherhe – Hall Rep/Social Media Coordinator, Oghenerukevwe Eshalomi – Treasurer.

Others are, Jimitota Fejiro – Hall chairman/Secretary, Peter Gbagbeke – College Rep, Jessica Nwokoafor – Member, Elvina Idhese – Hall Rep/Member, Favour Japheth – College, Greg Nimipre Memaduabi – Hall Rep NDDC/Hall Chairman.

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, The Vice Chancellor urged the new executive to understand that leadership is transient, hence’ the need to accord their studentship utmost priority.

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He said: “The primary purpose for which you are here is to understand that you are first a student and should strive to graduate worthy in character and learning. We need a structure for communication with ours students and the need for the Students Representative Committee became imperative to us.

“Secondly, you should be humbled by the position that has been entrusted to you; put your trust in God for a successful tenure.

“You should see this position as a call to serve and a stepping stone to greater leadership opportunities, hence’ what you make of it today will make or mar your future endeavors.”

He also reiterated the commitment of the University’s management towards bettering the welfare of the students.

Delivering his inaugural speech, the new SRC Mayor explained that he would focus on improving the welfare of the students, as well as fostering a synergised relationship between the University Management and students with a view to taking the institution to an enviable pedestal.

On his part, Sen. Edevbie Emmanuel who is also the southern league leader of the 5th senate of law students association of Nigeria said that “the Vice Chancellor is a catalyst of progress and development.”

“Sir, you have started well and we equally believe you will finish strong on your set goals and objectives as our hope has been rekindled under your administration,” he added.

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