Kano state government has donated N10 million to the Federal University Dutse for infrastructural development, Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof Jibrilla Dahiru Amin has announced.
The VC made the disclosure in a speech at the maiden convocation and installation of Chancellor of the university, adding that the contribution assisted in solving some of the immediate challenges faced by the young institution.
Prof. Jibrilla disclosed that out of 200 students admitted in 2011, 71 have completed their studies perfectly with five of them graduating with first class degrees.
In his speech, governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano state appreciated the quality of courses offered by the university, describing the out-going Vice Chancellor, Prof Jibirilla, as a great manager of human and material resources who laid a solid foundation for sustainability of the university.
Dr. Ganduje urged the in-coming Vice Chancellor, Prof Abubakar Musa Kundiri to emulate and continue with the good work his predecessor started with a view of making the university one of the best in the country.
On the graduating students, the governor called on them to be good ambassadors of the institute and to contribute their best in making Nigeria great again.
Earlier, the Pro Chancellor, Prof Toaheed Adedoja led dignitaries in the installation of the university Chancellor, Dr Shekarau Angyu, who is also the Chairman, Taraba state Council of Chiefs.
Meanwhile, Governor Ganduje has inspected a mosque being constructing by Ganduje Foundation at the premises of the university and promised to complete the project soon and to provide the edifice with best finishing materials.

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