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NEWS UPDATE: Gov Ikpeazu mourns ex-ABSU Deputy VC, Nwabughogu

NEWS UPDATE: Gov Ikpeazu mourns ex-ABSU Deputy VC, Nwabughogu

Abia Province Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, is saddened over the expiry of a renowned academic and former Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the Abia Province Academy, Professor Anthony Nwabughogu.

In a statement by Onyebuchi Ememanka, his Principal Press Secretarial assistant, on quarta-feira, Ikpeazu described the the deceased as a foremost grade mental who committed his entire life to the pursuit of academic excellence and the impartation of same into his students for several years.

The Governor said, “Professor Nwabughogu was one of the most respected authorities in the field of Economical History in Nigeria and beyond. A pioneer staff of the Abia Province Academy where he joined as a immature lecturer from the Academy of Calabar, Nwabughogu remained one of the longest serving academics in our Academy, rising to go the Deputy Vice Chancellor. He gave a greater division of his working life to our Academy and together with his entire household, helped to create a solid Academy Community”.

He added, “The real erudite Professor has played the roles assigned to him by Almighty God and he did so with a deep sense of patriotism and dedication. His footprints, particularly on the academic sands of time, will remain indelible.”

Governor Ikpeazu condoled the entire people and Authorities of Abia Province to his widow, Principal Mrs Consolation Nwabughogu, a former Registrar of the Abia Province Academy, their children, grandchildren, the entire Nwabughogu household and indeed, the academic community for this huge loss.

The Abia Principal Executive farther admonished children of the deceased to hold aloft, the flag of excellence, integrity, tough work and professionalism hoisted by their belatedly begetter.

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