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Salem University Graduates 217 Students, 6 First Class

 Salem University Graduates 217 Students, 6 First ClassSalem University, Lokoja is a private-owned university located in Lokoja, Kogi State, Nigeria. The institution was founded by Archbishop Sam Amaga, the motivator and president of Salem International Christian Center; the global international base of Foundation Faith Worldwide that was established by Sam Amaga Ministries International.

Salem University, Lokoja, Kogi State has graduated a total of 217 students during the first and second convocation ceremonies of the institution.
Speaking at the event, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Adeola Afuwape, said that six of the graduands bagged First Class degrees, while 92 graduated with Second Class Upper Division. 109 finished with Second Class Lower and 10 with a Pass.
The VC used the occasion to announced scholarships for some displaced persons from some troubled areas of the north.
The Kogi State Governor, Captain Idris Wada, along with the Attah Igala, Idakwo Ameh Oboni, were awarded honorary Masters of Business Administration.

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