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PAN AFRICAN SCHOOL OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY BOJI-BOJI OWANTA MATRICULATES FRESH STUDENTS

Mar 17, 2018

The Pan African School of Health Technology, Boji-Boji Owanta in Ika North East Local Government Area recently held her 9th students matriculation ceremony to officially welcome fresh students to the school.

The matriculating students swore an oath of allegiance, promising to be of good behaviour throughout their stay in the school.

The Principal of the  Pan African School of Health Technology, Elder Adinkwu Edwin Ikechukwu, during his address, welcomed all those present at the ceremony, especially the matriculants. He said the ceremony marks the 9th students’ matriculation of Pan African School of Health Technology, while enjoining the matriculating students to see themselves as being very lucky to be admitted into the institution. He stated that the vision of the institution is to train middle level manpower for the health sector

Continuing, he said the school is a study centre for advanced Diploma in Midwifery, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing. According to him, “we train, prepare and register students with Alders Gate University College, Philippines, for the award of diplomas, degree certificates and licenses to practice. Pan African School of Health is affiliated with the chartered Professional Examination Board of Nigeria by Act 1 of 1993. We also train, prepare students for the award of Diploma in Nursing, Midwifery, Community Health up to first Degree and Masters Levels. Furthermore, our courses are accredited. Presently, we have three departments: the Community Health Department, Environmental Health Department and Health Information Management Department. The school was approved in the year 2007 by Community Health Practitioners Registration Board of Nigeria, Abuja by Degree 61 of 1992. In all, the school has competent and qualified lecturers”.

Elder Ikechukwu, while advising the matriculating students to make their academic work their topmost priority, admonished them to forget the structure of the school and to concentrate on their academic pursuits, even as he reiterated the institution’s commitment to give them the best knowledge they need. He wished the students success in their academics.

The Director, Pan African School of Health Technology, Dr. Martin Nwajei confirmed the admission of the matriculants after their oath of allegiance, and enjoined them to take their studies seriously and to be law abiding, which will enable them to graduate in due time and with good results which they will be proud of.

On his part, the chairman of the programme, Mr. James Anugom, commended Dr. Nwajei for finding it pertinent to establish the school. He also enjoined the matriculants to continue to be of good behaviour.

In appreciation, a lecturer in the school, Dr. Augustine Ototo thanked all those present at the matriculation ceremony for coming. He told the new students that they are in a school with a high standard of education.

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