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SGA President Stands for Students
SGA President, Ms. Faridah Ibrahim, explained “the Ideal AUN Student” to Rotarians who were on campus last weekend.
Speaking before the investiture of Rotarian Felix Ayodele Edekhase Obadan as the fourth District 9125 Governor of Rotary International, she described AUN students as diverse. They are problem solvers and community servants as well.
On diversity, she highlighted the University’s International Relations Club’s survey during the International Education week in November 2011, which showed how diverse the AUN community really is. She said, “The 36 states of the federation are duly represented here.”
She added that AUN students have developed projects like the E-Ballot (an online voting system), Quest interactive studio (an online social media network), and Afriqbuy (an online African mega mall) that will debut in September. Another student project mentioned at the event was the POS (point of sale) software used at the AUN Cafeteria.
Mr. Tosin Komolafe and Mr. Emeka Osigwe, both of the class 2012, were responsible for the E-ballot. Mr. Dooyum Malu, the E-books manager, of class of 2010, is the genius behind Quest. Mr. Soji Abolarin, also of class 2010, is the tycoon behind Afriqbuy. Mr. Luke Dalughut, of the first class 2009, is behind the POS meal portal used at the University cafeteria.
“We are committed to our community.” This, she said, is one of the outstanding initiatives of President Margee Ensign. “The entire University community has been affected by the AUN community service.” We are being taught in class about the subject and are first hand partakers of the exercise.”
Students have worked in community hospitals, primary and secondary schools around the Yola community, the local eye clinic, and Yola prisons.
She implored the audience to spread the good news about AUN and to stop sending their children overseas to get quality education that is within reach here at AUN.