Vanguard (Lagos)

17 November 2012

Nigeria: Local Students Excel in Ghana University

Ibadan — Nigeria's High Commissioner to Ghana, Ambassador Ademola Oluwaseyi, has expressed delight at the way Nigerian students are excelling in Ghana University of Technology.

According to the diplomat, Nigerian student emerged the best student for the 2010/2011 academic year.

This, he said, had proved the point that Nigerians have the capacity to excel anywhere they find themselves.

Based on the academic excellence of the university, the Nigerian High Commissioner said more efforts would be made at strengthening Nigeria-Ghana relationship.

He also advised all Nigerians seeking university education for their wards in Ghana to make this university their preferred choice.

He said these when a high powered delegation from the university, led by the President, Prof. Clement Dzidonu paid a courtesy call on him, in Accra recently.

The don commended the work rate of Nigerian students, their persevering spirit and dedication to their studies.

The Minister Counselor at the High Commission Hon. B.B Hamman, who is in charge of education affairs listed some challenges Nigerian students go through in the institution.

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