Delta varsity’s law faculty gets full accreditation
The Faculty of Law, Oleh Campus, Delta State University has been given full accreditation by the National University Commission (NUC) at Abuja. The information of the accreditation brought celebration and commendation to the commission and Isoko Development Union (IDU).
Briefing newsmen, the president-general of IDU, High Chief Iduh Amadhe, said with the full accreditation, students can now collect form in the ongoing Jamb registration throughout the country and chose law at the faculty. He said the Vice Chancellor, Professor Victor Peremode has received the accreditation certificate from the commission and sent him a text message of the full accreditation of the faculty.
Amadhe stated that the faculty was given interim accreditation twice. This “means no accreditation and no admission of new students.”He noted that the campus which started in 1995 has produced legal luminaries, great politicians and governors like Ben Ayade of Cross River state and others.
He emphasized that the Isoko ethnic nationality waded into the accreditation process and discovered that the funding and infrastructural development were inadequate. According to him, Isoko people worldwide donated generously as well as with the help of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa and the university management’s provided all the requirements needed for the full accreditation.