UGHELLIâ€”THE President, University of Jos Chapter, National Association of Delta State Students (NADESSTU), Comrade Kelvin Nwabueze Azu, has commended the Delta State governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, for his contribution towards the stoppage of the relocation of the Federal University of Petroluim to Kaduna from the Petroleum Training Institute,P.T.I, Effurun, Delta State.
This was contained in a letter addressed to the governor, copy of which was made available to the Vanguard yesterday.
Azu expressed gratitude to God for them to have witnessed the 49th celebration of Nigeriaâ€™sÂ Independence Anniversary.
He said:Â Â â€œWe pray that you live long to celebrate many more years of independence with Nigerians. And our prayer for Nigeria is: â€˜Oh God of creation, direct our noble course, guide our leaders right,Â help our youth the truth to know, in love and honesty to grow and living just and true,Â great lofty height attain, to build a nation where peace and justice shall reign.â€™ Amen.
â€œI want to also use this medium to express my profound gratitude to you for your philanthropic nature and humanitarian work, even to us (your children) at University of Jos.
The chapter newly sworn-in executive really wish to sound that we are happy and proud to have you as a father and a governor for all you have done.
â€œAppreciation also goes to our stateâ€™s senators, Federal House of Representatives and members of our State House of Assembly, governorâ€™s cabinet members and our parents, even in diaspora, for their good contribution for the upliftment and betterment of Delta State.
â€œI really appreciate your contribution to national issues, coagulation of the South-South governors to stand for the Presidential Amnesty provided that there are post-amnesty plans to fully rehabilitate the militants, to foster peace, unity and development in the Niger-Delta.
â€œWhile rebuilding Delta, our great and noble state to be off from corruption by your anti-corruption re-enforcement, and zero tolerance to save Delta state resources and channelling them for the good and betterment of Deltans.â€