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June 23, 2018

PROFILE OF PROF. UKACHUKWU A. AWUZIE

Prof Ukachukwu Awuzie

  Prof. Ukachukwu Aloysius Awuzie hails from Umuzike in Orlu L.G.A of Imo State. He had his Primary School Education at St. Martins Primary School Owerri –Ebeiri where he came out with DISTINCTION in his First School Leaving Certificate in 1962. He attended Secondary School at Bishop Shanahan College, Orlu and had Division One Distinction, 1970. He proceeded to University of Nigeria Enugu Campus where he studied Architecture and came out with Second Class Honors Upper Division in 1978.After undergraduate studies, Prof. Awuzie then proceeded to the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA, where he obtained a Masters Degree in Landscape…

Bishop Ukwuoma harps on importance of science – As UAC uplift BSC Orlu

The Catholic Bishop of Orlu, Most Rev. Augustine Ukwuoma has emphasized on the importance of Science and Technology in the development of society. His Lordship stressed this at the presentation of various science equipment by UAC (United African Company Plc) to Bishop Shanahan College (BSC) Orlu recently. Bishop Ukwuoma was confident that the equipment for the three Laboratories-Physics, Chemistry and Biology would enhance the students knowledge of the various subjects. He assured the donors that the equipment would be protected and put into good use In an address he presented at the occasion, the leader of the team, Mr. Solomon…

Lectures begin at Imo State Polytechnic, Orlu Campus

The Imo State Polytechnic Umuagwo recently moved some courses like Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Building Technology, Computer Technology among others to Orlu Campus according to the directive of the State Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha. The school which was located inside TESAI, opposite Bishop Shanahan College Orlu has only few lecture halls with administrative block. Meanwhile the state government is working hard toward putting other essential facilities in order to make the place conducive for the students and the management. When The Leader visited the school, students were seen taking lectures while those who are through with their own were going…