UI Lifts Ban on Non-First Class Graduates to Attend Convocation: A Disclaimer


UI LIFTS BAN ON NON-FIRST CLASS GRADUATES TO ATTEND CONVOCATION: A DISCLAIMER

The management of the University of Ibadan wishes to refute an information being circulated by one online medium, naasvoice, to the effect that the institution will allow non-first class graduates at this year's graduation ceremony.

The said publication is mischievous, deceitful, misleading, unreliable and irresponsible.

Graduates, parents, guardians and the general public are advised to disregard the publication.

As earlier stated, the University's management takes this seemingly painful decision in order to curtail and contain the spread of Covid-19 pandemic, and its delta variant which is virulent, during the period of graduation ceremony.

We are restating that "attendance at the International Conference Centre is open to First Class Honours graduands and recipients of prizes and awards only."

We are using this category of graduates as a point of contact with over 8,000 graduates at this year's ceremony. We could have invited graduates in the third class or pass division. We appreciate our stakeholders understanding and co-operation in this circumstance.

Once again, we congratulate our 2021 graduates on this landmark occasion. May the joy of the event be permanent in their lives. Amen.



E-signed

Olatunji Oladejo

Director of Public Communication


Source: ui.edu.ng
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