Vice Chancellor of the University of Ilorin, Prof. Abdulganiyu Ambali has said that all candidates seeking admission into the university would be given equal opportunity, noting that Unilorin’s admission process was based on merit.
‎The VC said this when he received members of the Central Executive Council of the university’s Students Union Government, SUG, in his office yesterday.
He explained explained that the number of candidates seeking admission into the university was on the high side.
Ambali, however, noted that this is creating a huge pressure on the system, even as he assured all admission seekers that the process would guarantee that every candidate is given equal opportunity.
The vice chancellor also pointed out that the university was raising top class graduates that are tuned to the frequency Nigeria needs and congratulated the SUG leaders on their recent election, saying that their submissions had been noted and their proposals would be looked into.
Ambali ‎therefore invited the students’ union to be part of the 40th anniversary celebration of the university and its 31st convocation programme coming up in October.
While ‎charging the students to continue to be well-behaved and interact more with the Dean of Students Affairs, the vice chancellor said, “Together we can build the university of our dream; see your present position as a training ground for the future but don’t allow it to override your academic career.”
Earlier in his address, the president of the students’ union, Comrade Alao Idris Ibrahim pledged the union’s commitment to redouble its support for the management of the university in the new academic session.

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