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ADSU Convocation Ceremony: Adamawa State University, ADSU has announced the date for its second convocation ceremony after over 10 years, See the convocation date and event below.
ADSU Convocation Ceremony
The Vice-Chancellor of the Adamawa State University (ADSU) Professor Kaletapwa .G. Farauta on behalf of the Governing Council, Senate, Staff, and Students cordially invites the general public to their fifth to 5th – 12th combined convocation ceremonies for the award of academic and honorary degrees, presentation of prizes and installation of chancellor scheduled to take place on the following date below.
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Adamawa State University Convocation Ceremony
Since the university was established in 2002 by the Boni Haruna administration, following the return to democratic rule in 1999, ADSU has held only one convocation for its graduating students and that was in 2008.
Saturday 28th March, 2020
Venue: Convocation Ground.
ADSU 5-12th Convocation Ceremony Programme of Events.
DATE: Thursday 26th March, 2020
EVENT: Press Briefing
DATE: Friday 27th March, 2020
EVENT: Convocation lecture to be delivered by Professor Kayari Mohammed, MAUTECH Yola
TITTLE: DIALOGUE WITH THE DEAF: INSURGENCY AND EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
DATE: SATURDAY 2ND NOV 2019
VENUE: Award of Diplomas, First and Higher Degrees and Conferment of Honorary Degrees, Presentation of Prizes and Installation of HRH Alh. Mohammed Seyoji Ahmed, the Emir of Pindiga in Gombe State is the new Chancellor of ADSU, Mubi as Chancellor.
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