Wednesday, April 5, 2017

UDUSOK Debunks Rumour Of Alteration In The 2016/17 Academic Calendar

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The Management of the Usmanu Danfodio University hereby informs the university community and the general public that the 2016/2017 2nd semester resumption date remains the same and no extension was announced.
According to the Student Union Press release all students are therefore urged to debunk the rumors as it was not official from the institution.

Read the Press Release From The UDUSOK SUG Below:

On behalf of the entire Students Union, I wish to congratulate the entire Undergraduate Students of the University for the successful conduct of the first semester examinations, it is our prayer that the outcome of the exam will be fruitful, May we all get our desired grades.

I will like to use this meduim to debunk the ongoing viral rumor of alteration in the university calendar, while we enjoin Danfodites in entirely to discard all rumors relating to the extension of semester holiday. The date of the resumption remains unchanged. I.e 9th April, 2017. [See Full Academic Calendar Schedule Here]

Furthermore the University Management is doing its best to ensure that power supply is restored within the shortest period possible. We urge fellow students living within the school campus to remain patient with the hardship they are succumbed to.

We Pray the University Authority takes intermediate and quick decision in resolving challenging issues.
Signed:
Nura Muhammed Kambaza
P.R.O.I
See Attachment Below:

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