IBBUL Set To Matriculate Freshers.

The Management of Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai has officialy fixed Thursday, 19th January, 2017, as date for the matriculation exercise of 2016/2017 Fresh Level 100 and 200 Students.

In a press statement from the office of the SUG President, Comrade Ahmed Sadiq Paiko through the Union’s Secretary General, Comrade Abubakar Lukman Wushishi and signed by Comrade Ibn-Sule Muhammad Shettima the PRO, it advised all freshers to be fully dressed in their Academic Gown.

The statement added that ” FINAL Extension of School fees Registration is for ONLY Returning students while Fresh students have only till Wednesday, 18th of January, 2017 warning that ” No newly admitted Student will be allowed to register after matriculation”.

To the newly admitted students of the department of Mass Communication, the immediate Past Vice President of the departmental Association, MACOSA, Miss Nieemat Audu in a phone conversation with IBBUL CAMPUS DIARISTS congratulated those that made it and advised them to eschew negative activities throughout their stay in the department, the university community and even after.

“Permit me to use this medium to congratulate all freshers of the University, with special recognition to my Red-On-Black Brothers and Sisters”, while tasking them to remain focused and committed to attaining the desired result of their primary reason of being on campus.

Source: Abdullahi Dantala Mu’azz and Maryam Abd Kareem (200 Level Students of Mass Communication Department), Adama Hauwa Faith is a 400 Level Geography Student of IBBU Lapai.




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