The Catholic-owned Godfrey Okoye University (GO-UNI), Enugu said it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with an Indigenous company, Accunalysis Diagnostic Centre, a Subsidiary of Accu Health Group, Nnewi, Anambra State for the construction of the biggest Oxygen plant in Nigeria at the main campus of the University.
Vice Chancellor of the University, Rev Fr Prof Christian Anieke disclosed this while inaugurating a modern restaurant built by the Alumni Association of the University at the Thinkers Corner campus of the institution. Prof. Anieke also announced that the university will soon sign another Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with another firm for the construction of a gym at the main campus of the institution to promote good health.
The Vice Chancellor described the performance of the members of the Alumni association in different parts of the globe and the contributions of the Alumnus to the growth of the university as proof of the quality of graduates of the University. In his response, the President of the association, Alphonsus Nwafor, explained that the restaurant was completed with the support of the members of the alumni and their friends.
Mr. Nwafor expressed gratitude to the Chief Executive Officer of Accunalysis Diagnostic Centre for donating N16 million naira to the project. In a speech, Mr. Callistus Ifenna Okeke commended the university for contributing positively to the development of education in the country.
He reaffirmed the readiness of his organisation to partner the university to fast-track the development of the university. Meanwhile, the Godfrey Okoye University Enugu Ultramodern Bakery at the Main campus of University, Ugwuomu, is expected to commence production this month.
The Vice Chancellor announced this during a Holy Mass to mark the commencement of the Unity Week of the Students Council of Honour of the institution. Professor Anieke said the equipment needed for the factory have been received and are being installed at the main campus of the university.
He assured that the products of the factory will be of international standard. The Vice Chancellor, who also spoke on the significance of Corpus Christy reminded the faithful that without wisdom, no person will understand God’s work. He advised people to always allow the light of Christ to direct them in their activities.
NewsBits reports that the students Unity Week continues today (Monday) with News Briefing by the leadership of the council.