Unical VC Lauds Ndoma Egba Over N349million Faculty of Law Building

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The Vice Chancellor of the University of Calabar, Professor James Epoke has expressed happiness at the progress made at the construction of the Faculty of Law in the University of Calabar facilitated by the Senate Leader, Sen. Victor Ndoma Egba.

Speaking recently while addressing newsmen in his office,the Vice Chancellor described the project as a laudable one which when completed will give the faculty of law of the University a new face amongst its peers in the country.

He said the Senate Leader as one of the pillars of the law faculty of the University will be remembered at all times for his contributions to the University of Calabar in general and faculty of law in particular.

Findings by CrossRiverWatch reveal that the new faculty of law project was awarded by the Federal Government in the 2012 budget, in the sum of N349million, part of which has been released to the University management.

According to the findings, the remaining part of the money is expected to be paid directly to the contractors, in other to facilitate the speedy completion of the project as scheduled and in line with specification.

The three storey building faculty of law which is about 50 percent completed was facilitated by the Senate Leader,and Senator, representing Cross River Central Senatorial District,Senator Victor Ndoma Egba.

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2 commentsOn Unical VC Lauds Ndoma Egba Over N349million Faculty of Law Building

  • There should be an audit at the end of all expenditure! Moreso! Its quite laudable that our dear senator facilitated the funding of this noble project as an Alumni of both the school and faculty am proud of this feat! However this should by no means make Sen. Ndoma Egba the most eligible candidate to name the new faculty after him.

  • The N349m awarded for the Faculty of Law project was from the FGN, what exactly is Senator Ndoma-Egba’s contribution to the project ? What exactly did he ‘facilitate’ there? Did he use his position to secure the release of the N349m funds from the FGN? Did he privately contribute his own funds towards the Faculty of Law project?

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