Dear Prof Emeka S. Obe,
We write as members of UNNEFFA to express our immense appreciation to you for all the good works you did during your successful deanship of the Faculty of Engineering from 1st August 2020 to 31st July 2022. You left a great legacy in the Faculty itself which will inspire your students to succeed in their work.
Despite all the challenges and difficulties experienced nationally in the University environment today, we note with immense pride how you reached out and therefore improved the presence of the Entire Engineering community that has led to infrastructural growth of our Faculty (or AGBEBI as we fondly call it). The Alumni-outreach has been extended by your sheer determination. We also note the novelty in getting your graduating students to get involved and be registered in UNNEFFA. These are all befitting legacies, and we truly would like to say thank you for all these achievements.
As you know, greatness is also a product of continuous improvement. The works related to realize our Masterplan, the growth of the Faculty to achieve our dreams and vision of making the UNN’s Faculty of Engineering best in Africa has just begun. We are sure that the new DEAN, Prof Ejiogu will naturally take up fully the mantle of leadership in the Faculty to continue on this relay. We do expect a seamless transition to him so that he will have all the Tools needed for his work and assignment.
As you know, UNNEFFA is in transition. Once the Elections of UNNEFFA are done, the new Executive will drive the Administration, Realization and Management (ARM) of the MASTERPLAN. We need all hands-on deck. We are happy to note that the Dean, Prof Ejiogu is committed to providing a stable environment on ground, so that we collectively play the required roles to move our Association to greater heights.
Once again, thanks for your contributions. We wish you many more fruitful, healthy, personal and professional years ahead.
Prof Sam Enibe
Chairman, UNNEFFA STEERING COMMITTEE
Engr. Obi Iloanusi
Chairman, UNNEFFA WORK GROUPS.