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The Ahman Pategi University in the Patigi Local Government Area of Kwara State has matriculated 96 students for the new academic seasion

The vice chancellor of the university, Prof. Mahfouz Adedimeji, who presided over the ceremony, disclosed this to newsmen.

“The number of our matriculants today is 96 and the students cut across 13 of the 15 programmes in the university, apart from the current 29 diploma students in the Ahman Pategi College of Advanced Studies. The UTME matriculants are 69 while the direct entry students are 27,” the VC said.

He highlighted that the school currently run fifteen programmes with different program at each levels.

“You must persist in reading, studying, devoting time and committing energy to the pursuit of excellence. You must persist in ensuring that you attend your lectures, do your assignments, engage in class discussions, obey rules and regulations and keep your eyes on the ball of your primary assignment in the university. If you are persistent, you will be excellent,” he added.

He urged the students to work hard to be able to acquire quality education of the international standard that the university was poised to offer.

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