Maiden College Of Education Akamkpa Convocation To Hold November 30

In Breaking News, Education, Reports

By Odey Ojeka

The maiden convocation ceremony of the Cross River State College of Education Akamkpa has been scheduled for November 30, 2017.

This was contained in a notice signed by the Registrar of the institution, Mr. Bernard Okon and made available to the general public.

Consequently, all graduands from the 2011/2012 session to the 2015/2016 session are “advised in their own interest to visit the Academic Registry to confirm and update their personal data for the ceremony,” the management said.

“All graduands are expected to go to school to pay a fee of NGN5,000 in the College Micro-Finance Bank,” the notice added.

The notice by COE Akamkpa management disclosing the date for the maiden convocation

Established by the Cross River State Edict No. 4 promulgated by the then Governor Liyel Imoke, the institution took off in the 2009/2010 session with a total of 1,372 students for the NCE program and 300 students for the pre-NCE program.

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