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Benson Idahosa University graduates 60 first class students

The management of the Benson Idahosa University, Edo State, has said that 60 graduands, out of a total of 721 bagged first class degrees at the completion of their studies for the 2016/2017 academic session.

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ernest Izevbigie, explained that the figure comprised 606 undergraduate degrees, with 144 in the second class upper division and 364 in the lower division, while 38  would receive third class degrees.

Izevbigie, who announced this at a press briefing in Benin, ahead of the institution’s 13th convocation ceremony, said that 115 higher degrees would also be awarded.

He noted that the ceremony would begin with a convocation service on Friday and a lecture would be delivered by the Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose.


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  1. Hope the 1st class students produced by our various institutions will merit it after school.

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