GWAGWALADA – Prof. Michael Adikwu, the Vice Chancellor, University of Abuja, on Thursday said the university would offer teaching appointment to the best graduating veterinary medicine student.
He gave the assurance at the maiden oath taking ceremony of the graduating veterinary students of the university in Gwagwalada.
The vice chancellor, represented by Prof. Samuel Asalah, the Provost, College of Medicine, Abuja, urged graduates to find solutions to the current challenges, including Ebola virus bedeviling the society. [eap_ad_1] “ I want you to go out with the heart of solving these human problems.
Adikwu urged the graduates to be creative as it the only way of tackling youth unemployment in the society.
“ A creative veterinary doctor will be able to bring better drugs to the market for animal health,” He said.
Earlier, Prof. James Ameh, the Dean, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the university, said the ceremony was the first of its kind in the institution.
He advised the new doctors to be diligent in the profession.
The institution’s Registrar, Dr Avong Marcus, administered the oath and presented certificates to the 28 graduates.(NAN)