Be The BSU Ambassadors, Vc Charges Graduating Gambian Students Prof. Kembe

The Vice-Chancellor, Benue State University, Makurdi, Prof Msugh Moses Kembe has implored Gambian students who have completed their Postgraduate Studies with Centre for Food Technology and Research (CEPTER) to be Ambassadors of the Institution.

Prof. Kembe stated this on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 when he granted audience to the Regional Students in his office.

The Vice-Chancellor revealed that, by the World Bank rating, BSU indicates CEFTER despite, being one of the youngest, is among the top five, of the twenty African Centres of Excellence in Africans ten of which are in Nigerian Universities.

Prof. Kembe urged them to enrol for Doctorate Degree programme as full scholarship is being provided for regional students at the centre. He expressed optimism that, the knowledge acquired would be fully deployed for the benefit of their country and humanity in general.

Earlier, the Leader of the Students, Mariama Kebbeh, appreciated the University for creating the enabling environment for them to complete their programme within the stipulated period.

She appreciated the Benue hospitality and prayed that the same gesture be extended to students who are still on the programme.

The eight first set of Regional Students from Gambia who have completed their Post graduate studies in Food Processing Technology, Food Science and Technology as well as Rural Sociology, and Agricultural  Extension include Modu Lamin Jobbe, John P. Gomez, Mariama Kebbeh, Lamin Drameh, Marriatou Colley, Ramatou Giggo, Ebrima Ceesay and Isatou Jarji.