Nigerian Navy to offer automatic employment to presidential amnesty students
The Chief of Naval Staff and Chancellor, Admiralty University of Nigeria (ADUN), Vice Admiral Awwal Gambo, has promised to offer automatic employment to the Presidential Amnesty Programme students trained at the Nigerian Navy university.
Gambo made the promise at the maiden graduation ceremony of the Naval institution, where 24 of the 153 graduates made first class at ADUN in Ibusa, Oshimilli North Local Council of Delta State.
He said that 80 per cent of the maiden graduates were delegates of the Federal Government’s amnesty programme, who would be considered for immediate employment in addition to other graduands of the university.
According to Gambo: “All these are subject to subsisting terms and conditions of the naval service.”
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Paul Omojo Omaji, said that the five years old university trained its graduates to solve problems and be luminary leaders that would promote the growth of the society.
Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, who was represented by the Secretary to the Delta State Government (SSG), Patrick Ukah, said that the state government would continue to support the growth of the school.
The guest lecturer, Mr. Tony Elumelu who spoke on leadership, maintained that passion and hard work are key to success in businesses.