From Tony Osauzo, Benin
The Vice Chancellor of Igbinedion University (IUO), Okada, Prof Lawrence Ezemonye, yesterday, charged graduates of the Pharmacy profession across the country to contribute their quota towards advancing the health care delivery system nationally and globally.
He gave the charge while addressing graduates of the 2021/2022 academic session during the institution’s 12 oath taking/induction ceremony of the College of Pharmacy, where a total of 90 graduates were inducted into the Pharmacy profession by the Pharmacist Council of Nigeria (PCN).
The Vice Chancellor disclosed that the institution has so far churned out 1,203 graduates into the Pharmacy profession since its inception.
He further disclosed that the graduates of the institution are blazing the trail in their various fields, adding that the Pharmacy discipline remained a flagship programme which is highly sought after year in year out by applicants.
“Our blue sky graduates who are to be found in various parts of the world are excelling in their chosen profession, including Pharmacy. Indeed, our products and achievements are testaments to our greatness and fame.
“Today, a total of 90 Pharmacy graduates of the Dora Akunyili College of Pharmacy who have been found worthy in character and learning will be inducted”, Prof. Ezemonye said while tasking the graduands to be ready to contribute their quota towards advancing the health care delivery system nationally and globally.