A solution to the disruption of university academic life has been promised by both Tinubu and the Navy


There have been frequent disruptions to classes at institutions across the country, and President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has promised to investigate and solve the root reasons.

Speaking at the 2nd Convocation ceremony of Admiralty University of Nigeria (ADUN) in Ibusa, Delta State, the President, who was represented by the Director of Education, Federal Ministry of Education, Stella Ogochukwu, reiterated the commitment of the federal government towards the welfare of teaching and non-teaching staff across the country.

He praised the leadership of the Institution and the Navy for their shared commitment to using education as a means of addressing national concerns.


We want to assure you that the federal government is committed to investing heavily in schools at all levels.

The deputy governor of Delta State, Monday Onyeme, spoke on behalf of Governor Sheriff Oborevwori, who was pleased with the progress the Institution has made in its brief time of existence.

He praised the school’s administration for its success in the field of information technology (IT), noting that he had no doubt that the graduating students were well-versed in the subject.

Vice Admiral Ikechukwu Ogalla, the Navy’s Chief of Staff, has expressed gratitude to the Navy’s patrons for their significant role in the service’s growth.


He thanked the management for its role in creating a generation of leaders, stating “we are happy you are investing in the future of our nation through investment in education”.

Prof. Paul Omaji, the university’s vice chancellor, has said that honesty and valuing one’s own hard work are important tenets at ADUN.

Chairman of the House Committee on Navy Yusuf Gagdi earlier encouraged convocation students to be resilient and called on governments at all levels to involve young people in decision-making.


He also urged people to get involved in politics and other activities that will help channel people’s creative energies in order to prevent another ENDSARS.

In his valedictory address, Best Graduating Student Victor Bodunrin used the topic “Be a solution” to encourage his peers to seek out and tackle external problems.

“My fellow graduates, I hope you know that there are challenges out there, the time for complaining is over, it is time to be a solution to the problems in our society,” he stated.



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