10 Apr

I am directed to inform you that the Auctioning of Unserviceable Vehicles, in Ambrose Alli University earlier scheduled to hold on Wednesday, 27th March, 2019, has been rescheduled as follows:

Date:         Friday, 12th April, 2019

Time:        9am to 3pm

Venue:      Location of Unserviceable vehicles i.e. Ogbeha Quarters, by Ambrose
                 Alli Hall, GRA Ukhun Road, Works and Services Division Main Campus
                 and Security Division main Campus.

All interested should seize this opportunity to participate in the auction.

Thank you.

(Signed)
OBOMEGHIE LUKMAN
SAR/SECRETARY,
Board of Survey for the disposal of unserviceable Vehicles


Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

10 Apr

 

I am directed to inform you that Senate at its 310th Regular Meeting held on Wednesday, 27th February, 2019, deliberated exhaustively on the rates for processing of Transcript and verification of Academic Credentials and decided as follows:

  1. That the processing fee for transcript request both Local and International should attract N10,000 since it is the same effort that is put into their processing. Before now, Local transcript fee was N5,000, while International transcript was N10,000;
  2. That verification of Academic Credentials both Local and International, including request from WES – World Education Service, should attract a processing fee of N5,000; and
  3. That the Applicant shall bear the cost of Courier Services.

You are to note that the above decisions of Senate take immediate effect from 20th March, 2019.

 

(Signed)
J. Ikuoyemwen
SAR (GD)
for: Registrar


Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

10 Apr

The University Management had directed that henceforth clearance into Examination halls should be done by Identity Cards (ID card) obtained from FATA Systems (the University Printing Press), along with other documents that establish that School fees have been paid.

Henceforth clearance into examination halls by printout will no longer be adequate. At the point, of clearance into any examination of the University e.g. Mid-Semester test, end of Semester exams etc students must produce their ID cards.

All students who have not obtained current ID cards from FATA system (the University Printing Press) should make haste to do so. FATA systems is the only body authorized to produce ID cards for Ambrose Alli University staff and students.

For the avoidance of doubt, current 100 level and 200 level who paid ID card fee along with school fees, need not pay anything else for ID cards.

Old students who have collected ID cards from FATA systems (University Press) at the point of entry need not make new ID cards.

However, any student who has misplaced their ID cards can get a new one on the payment of N2,000 (Two thousand naira) only.

Please note that processing, collection and issuance of ID cards should be done through the office of the Dean of Students.

For the purpose of emphasis, henceforth, No ID cards, No Exams.


Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

10 Apr

Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma is on the way to becoming one of the best Universities in Nigeria.  The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ignatius A. Onimawo made this declaration at the 36th Matriculation Ceremony of the Institution held on the26th of March, 2019.

Congratulating the students numbering 7,570 (Seven thousand, five hundred and seventy) at the Cordelia Agbebaku Auditorium. Professor Onimawo said this year’s event is significant considering the academic transformation the University has passed through since the 8th of February, 1982, when the first matriculation ceremony was held with a total number of 408 students.

The Vice-Chancellor recounted the monumental successes achieved by the University under his stewardship to include Computer Based Examination (CBE), infrastructural development, abolition of social vices, e-governance, deepening of ICT, emphasis on research, staff development and foreign linkages amongst others. He attributed it to the funding by both the Federal and State government making financial resources available for the result achieved so far.

He urged the new intake to abide by the rules and regulations of the University in the courses of their study, while admonishing them to stay away from cultism and other anti-social behavior that could hinder their smooth academic sailing in the University community.  He congratulated parents and guardians who have presented the young elites for academic tutulege and character moulding.

The high point of the ceremony was the oath taking, administered by the Registrar after the Deans of various faculties took turns to present their matriculating students before the Vice-Chancellor. Thereafter there was much jubilation of carnival capacity within the campus. 

A total number of 7,570 students were matriculated into eleven Faculties of the University.


Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

30 Mar

Eligible students are expected to download the voting APP; AAU e-Voting available on https://aaauekpoma.edu.ng/vote and Google Play store for Android phones only OR login to the online voting platform at https://aauapps.ng/vote to vote.

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16 Mar

Eligible students are expected to download the voting APP; AAU e-Voting available on https://aaauekpoma.edu.ng/vote and Google Play store for Android phones only OR login to the online voting platform at https://aauapps.ng/vote to vote.

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28 Feb

Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma will on Thursday, 28TH February 2019 hold its 76th Inaugural lecture.  It will be delivered by Prof. Felix Moibi Okoro, Professor of Mathematics (Optimization), Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Physical Sciences.  The lecture is titled: “Networking and Optimization Theory: applicable Mathematics for Everyday Life.” The lecture which holds under the Distinguished Chairmanship of the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. I.A. Onimawo is scheduled to commence at 2.30pm at the Cordelia Agbebaku Auditorium.

A PROFILE OF PROFESSOR FELIX MOIBI OKORO

Professor Felix Moibi Okoro was born in Benin-City in June 28th 1954 to Mr. B.F.B. Okoro and Madam Saratu Bello Osagie of Oloke family.

He attended African School Apapa-Lagos and Awori Ajeromi Secondary School Apapa-Lagos for his Primary and Secondary Schools.  He worked briefly with Bight Engineering Benin-city between 1977 and 1978.

Prof. F.M. Okoro got admission to Western Oregon State University, Mommouth Oregon USA in 1979, to study Accountancy.  In 1980, he was given a grant in aid for a foreign studies to study Mathematics.  Hence, he changed his course of study to Mathematics after passing the required examination.  He graduated with M.Sc. Education in 1983 from the same University.

Prof. F.M. Okoro returned to Nigeria in 1984 and did his NYSC programme in 1985/1986 in the then Ondo State University, now Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti.  Upon returning from the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), he applied and got admitted to University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria to study M.Sc. in Mathematics.  In the same year 1986, he got employed by the Niger State College of Education, Minna as a Lecturer II. In his quest for knowledge, in 1988, he completed his M.Sc. programme in Mathematics and also had his Ph.D degree in Mathematics from the same University in 1998.

While in Oregon State he saw Bendel State University, Ekpoma- Nigeria listed among the Commonwealth Universities.  He was excited about Bendel State having its own University but did not know the location. While now in Minna, he saw an advertisement for employment of academic staff by the then Bendel State University, Ekpoma.  He applied and got employed as an Assistant Lecturer in November, 1988.  He was upgraded to Lecturer II in 1990.  His promotions are as follow: Lecturer 1 1993, Senior Lecturer in 2000, Reader in 2005 and Professor in 2009.

He is a member of the following learned Societies : Nigeria Association of Mathematical Physics, Nigeria Mathematics Society; Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics and Association of computing Machinery.

In 1991 to 1993, he was the Acting Head of Department of Mathematics, 1998-2000, Acting HOD to Computer Science and Statistics, 2001-2002; 2003-2005, 2007-2008, Acting HOD, Computer Science, 2012-2015, Director, ICT and 2016-2018, Head of Department of Mathematics.

 He thought as Part-time Lecturer, Mathematics Department University of Benin, 1990-1991, Taught Engineering, Science and Education students Mathematics courses 1998 till date, Taught Computer Science courses to undergraduate student 199-2012, Taught Computer Science course to Institute of Education postgraduate students 2000 to date, Taught Computer Science course to Medical Laboratory Science postgraduate students 2000 to date, Supervised over 100 Mathematics undergraduate projects, Supervised over 150 Computer Science undergraduate projects, Supervised 13 postgraduate Diploma projects in Computer Science, Supervised 5 M.Sc. Dissertations in Mathematics, Supervised 4 M.Sc. Dissertations in Computer Science, Supervised 2 Ph.D Theses in Mathematics, Supervised 1 Ph.D Thesis in Computer Science.

He supervised Masters and Ph.D students at various Universities as follows: M.Phil Mathematics, University of Benin, Benin-city, 2009, Ph.D. Computer Science (2) Modibo Adama University of Technology, Yola, 2011, Ph.D Mathematics, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, 2011, Ph.D, M.Sc. Mathematics Nigerian Defense Academy, Kaduna, 2015, M.Sc., B.Sc. Computer Science, Kogi State University, Anyigba 2012-2016, B.Sc. Mathematics, Delta State University, Abraka, 2005-2010, B.Sc. Mathematics, Benson Idahosa University, Benin-City, 2014-2018, B.Sc. Computer Science, Samuel Adegboyega University, Ogwa 2014-2017, B.Sc. Mathematics, Joseph Ayo Babalola University, 2014-2017.   

Professor F.M. Okoro is an external Assessor to the following Universities: University of Ilorin, Dr. Kamilu Rauf, Mathematics, 2015, Samuel Adegboyega University, Dr. Akpajaro, Computer Science, 2016, Niger Delta University, Dr.(Mrs.) N.V. Olali, Mathematics, 2017, Chukwuemaka Odumagu Ojukwu University, Dr. Paul Anaeto Oraekie, Mathematics 2018, Covenant University, Dr. Alfred E. Owoloko, Mathematics 2018.

He has published over 35 articles in Mathematics and Computer Science in reputable International and National journals. Co-authored and wrote several Chapters in 10 Mathematics and Computer Science textbooks which are recommended for use in tertiary institutions. Authored 2 textbooks  in Mathematics and 1 in Computer Science. Attended several Conferences and was lead paper presenter at the Conference of Mathematical Sciences at the National Mathematical Centre, Abuja in 2013.

Also, Professor F.M. Okoro is a member of the following Committees: Business Committee of Senate, 1991-1992, University Computer Committee 1991-1992, 2003-2005, 2007-2008. University time-table Committee 2000-2002. University Curriculum Committee 2000-2002, University Sports Committee 2003-2005, University Security Committee 2015 to date.

Professor Felix Moibi Okoro is a dedicated Christian and married  with Children.

We congratulate Prof Felix Moibi Okoro and his family, the Department of Mathematics and the Faculty of Physical Sciences on this occasion of the delivery of the 76th Inaugural lecture of Ambrose Alli University.


Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer