We Will Miss UNAAB – Colleagues

The Best Graduating Student of the UNAAB Foreign African Scholarship Scheme (UFASS), Mr. Moses S. Davies, has attributed his academic feat to the prevailing congenial atmosphere on the University campus.

Moses, the exceptional student that made Distinction in the pioneer UFASS set that graduated last Tuesday, said the enabling atmosphere on campus, which was conducive to learning, acted as the stimulant required to ensure his Distinction status. Though, the Liberian who studied Vegetable Production in the University’s College of Plant Science and Crop Production, gave glory to God for the feat, while also expressing gratitude to his lecturers and colleagues for their ingenuity and healthy competition, respectively.

Moses, who described UNAAB as “sincerely one of the best Universities” in Africa, promised to be a good ambassador of the institution.

The duo of Madru Camara (Gambian) and Festus Samah (Liberian), who spoke to UNAAB Bulletin, said they will sorely miss Nigeria, particularly her foods, such as ‘Amala and Ewedu’.

They said they will miss UNAAB, especially its academic ethos, peaceful disposition of the students and the serenity of the campus