University Of Lagos (UNILAG) To Establish Refineries.
The University of Lagos, UNILAG, have announced it would soon set up conventional and standard locally-built refineries to boost the nation’s refinery capacity.
The Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Professor Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, made this known at the 1st Annual General Meeting, AGM, and 2nd Alumni Lecture of the UNILAG Faculty of Engineering Alumni Association.
According to Ogundipe, the students of the school needed to be exposed to refining process as an institution that produced graduates in Chemical Engineering.
According to him, “Committee has been set up to under-study the process from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
“If you go to some of the universities in Texas, when their students graduate, because they have refineries in their universities they do not need to do certain courses when it comes to professional courses. Engineering has left that level of just setting down and starts computing.
“It is now about turning ideas to realities. It is about producing entrepreneurial skills and developing the skills in the life our students.
“We need to develop our students, all of them have skills that are unique to them, and the skills can help them set up their own businesses in future.
“Most of our students can develop application while some are with different skills. As a Vice Chancellor, faculty by faculty I am going to interact with students to encourage them, to develop their skills and we have already gotten the commitment of Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, and Bank of Industry, BOI for funds.”
The Calabar University Medical Students Association Games began on a very high note on Friday, 20th October at the Abraham Ordia Stadium, University of Calabar. The games began with a match between Association of Resident Doctors UCTH-Chapter and the CUMSA All Star team and an invitational inter-faculty (4*100)relay race.
The Games was officially opened with a kick-off by the Dean of Faculty Of Medicine, Prof. Victor Ansa. Other dignitaries were; Deputy Dean, Dr. Odey , ARD-UCTH President, Dr. Akan Ekereuke, ARD-UCTH President and Editor in Chief National Association of Resident Doctors, Dr. Ekpoke Ejike, Dr. Henry Okpara (former H.O.D.) Chemical Pathology and past CUMSA president, Dr.Ogar Emmanuel. Also were Student Union Government Executives, SUG vice President, Director of Sports, Director of Information, Financial Secretary and Former Attorney General of the Students Union Government.
The Match between the ARD and CUMSA all Star Team was action packed an all thrilling, with a goal for the CUMSA team on the third minute, by Ukeme Samuel of the C1A class. The ARD team showed resilience having 3 former CUMSA Presidents featuring for them, Dr. Antigha Cobhams, Dr. Jerry Ani and Dr. Emmanuel Ogar. Superb ball play came from Dr. Okeke who got a shot at goal that hit the wood work after a wonderful run-up, the rebound was converted to an equalizer by Dr. Jerry Ani at the 34th Minute. The game ended in a 1-1 draw with the trophy going to the ARD team for superior performance.
The spectators were yet to get their breath back before the start of the Invitational relay.
Invitational 4*100 relay Girls
The race feautured 3 faculties and the following were the order of results.
1st LAWSAN ( faculty of Law).
2nd CUMSA (faculty of Medicine)
3rd FABAMSSA (faculty of Basic Medicals.
Invitational Relay Boys.
The race feautured 5 faculties. With an early lead from the Faculty Of Education, but for Eyo Akwa(2016 200m Gold Medalist) who took the 2nd curve for the CUMSA team delivering Baton first to Oshie Emmanuel(2016 100m gold medalist). And an error from the Faculty Of Education team in the exchange area for the last 100meter stretch, Oshie Emmanuel capitalised under the deficit to give a gold medal with a wide margin.
1. CUMSA (faculty of Medicine)
2. LAWSAN (faculty of Law)
3. FAMEDSA (faculty of Allied Medicals)
4. FABAMSA (faculty of Basic Medicals)
5.NUESA Faculty of Education
Day one ended with a match between the PC1 (year 2 ) and C1B (junior year 4)
PC1 VS C1B
The match was balanced with these two teams evenly matched, but for a counter attack being converted to a goal for the C1B class in the 12th minute, by Utibe Udofia an assist from Ewa Anthony(Ishuz).)
Oshie Emmanuel(PC1) was removed from the game for injuries sustained after a collision in the 1st half, being replaced by Callistus(Kaka) who was unable to provide his team with an equalizer. Anselem Uduak (C1B) was man of the match.
PC1 Vs C1B
The second day of the Games began with the table tennis tournament featuring two players from each class (12 players) who went through 3 rounds before a final round.
Table Tennis Players.
Premed(Year one): Nwachukwu Precious and Ibe Frank. PC1(Year 2): Okwueze Kenneth and Iron Bar Victor. C1B(Junior year 4): Donald Ekong and Gilbert Dede. C1A(Senior year 4): Caleb Odogwu and Oyedikachi Kingsley Umoh (OKU). C2(year 5): Nathan Sinebari and Richard Adolphus. C3(year 6): Emana Alexis and Adinya Mike.
After the First round, 6 players proceeded to the Second round.
Emana Alexis Vs Donald Ekong
Nathan S. Vs Gilbert Dede
Ken Obi. Vs OKU
After the Second Round 3 players emerged for the third round to produce a 3 place winner.
Nathan Sinebari C2
Donald Ekong C1B
Nathan Sinebari was placed 3rd.
Donald Ekong faces Onyedikachi Kingsley Umeh in a fierce final battle edging out OKU to take gold after winning the two Seniors round.
Donald Ekong C1B
Onyedikachi Kingsley Umeh C1A
MATCH DAY TWO
C1A(senior year 4) VS PC1(year 2).
The C1A class who were Second at the last CUMSA GAMES FOOTBALL came into the match with an injury ridden squad with two of their top strikers being unavailable for the match and also the PC1 suffered from fatigue problems after playing the previous day.
The match was brilliant and evenly matched with the PC1 class struggling to at least pick a point or all 3 points to save themselves. Both teams lacked an attacking teeth to get a goal. The match ended in a 0-0 draw. With Irom Ekong Man of the Match.
PREMED(year 1) VS C3(final year)
The final year class came into the game with much confidence being drawn against the 100 level class who had no experience at the tournament. The Premed class were up-to a surprise start mounting pressure in the opening minutes.
The C3 class had the day with a goal from Jokah George assisted by Emana Alexis in the 23rd minute.
The PREMED class were unable to find the back of the net despite excellent performance from Ategwu Joseph.
Match ended with a 1-0 win for the final year class, with Emana Alexis being the man of the Match for a star performance.
The Long distance races also took place, Male (1500m) and Female (800m)
C2 ( year 5) begins with a surprise start in the volley ball competition.
C1B (Year 4b) onto a cruising start in the prelims
The Calabar University Medical Students Association (CUMSA) is on the headlines once again with the commencement of its traditional sports festival. The annual week-long event which features various classes within the faculty going head-to-head, indeed has promise to retain its status as the faculty games in the university. Continue reading CUMSA GAMES 2017 KICKS OFF WITH PRE-LIMS (PICS)→
The Malabor World Cup (MAWOC) has offically begun.
The biggest Football Tournament in the University of Calabar. The competition is named after Hostel residence Malabo Republic, where Teams are formed and named after any Country. The tournament is held in the same fashion as the world cup, and so is the trophy a replica of the prestigious World Cup, yet to be won by any African country.
The event is billed to run from Saturday 25th February to Saturday 18th March 2017.
Very few things could be better than being present at the Abraham Ordia Stadium for the 2017 MAWOC on a bright sunday evening…
The 2017- Late Bassey Ekpo edition of the Malabor World Cup officially began yesterday, Saturday 25th February 2017.
Malabor World Cup is The Biggest Football Tournament in the University of Calabar, organised by the Office Director Of Sports – Student University Government.
By Daniel Faithful
The opening cermony took place at the Abraham Ordia Stadium, University of Calabar, at 16:00pm (GMT+1). The stands were full to capacity with spectators watching in clusters around the perimeter of the stadium.
The CUMSA Games 2015 football finalists crashed out of the NAAKIMS-UCC Games yesterday Sunday march 8th 2016, at the Abraham Ordia Stadium.
It was more than a usual Sunday for all teams who participated in the fierce knock-out fixtures. The clinical class one (year 4) went through to the next stage ahead of the Preclinical class one (year 2) on penalties. While the Preclinical class two (year 3) progressed with 1-0 win over Clinical Class 2A ( senior Year5).
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The National Association of Akwa Ibom State Medical Students UNICAL Chapter. (NAAKIMS-UCC) officially began the maiden edition of the NAAKIMS Games on Sunday, may 8th 2016. Continue reading NAAKIMS-UCC GAMES 2016→