Akase, Ortom’s spokesperson, urges BSU students to prioritize education



Chief Press Secretary to the Benue State Governor, Mr Terver Akase, has urged students of the state owned university to give priority to their studies over other considerations in order to save their future.

Mr Akase gave the charge at the Mass Communication Students Association, MACOSA Week and Award presentation ceremony which took place at the Benue State University campus, Makurdi.

Represented by Mr Benjamin Ngutsav, the Chief Press Secretary said education has no alternative, stressing the need for students of the university to give greater attention to their academics than getting invoved in activities that add little or no value to their lives.

He congratulated the students for the successful MACOSA week, saying that Mass Communication which is now divided into several courses would broaden their understanding of the society, expose and equip them to rise to any challenge in life.

The Governor’s spokesman urged the students to be focused and determined in scoring good grades to be the pride of their families and the department.

Earlier the Head of Department, Professor Rodney Ciboh, represented by Dr. Kelvin Alom, had spoken about the level of academic excellence in the department and encouraged the students to sustain the tempo.
He also congratulated MACOSA on their successful week.

Chairman of Association of Nigerian Authors, Benue State Chapter, Dr Charles Iornumbe also witnessed the event among others.