Dr Greg Ibe Commends Gov. T.A Orji

Vice President of Liberia visits GUU. Positioned 4th from right (front role)

Gregory University Auditorium

Guests during the Third International Igbo Symposium that held in GUU

Abia State Governor Dr. T. A Orji commends GUU

Chairman of the Occasion presenting the Igbo translated Bible during the Third International Igbo Symposium in GUU

Members of Gregory Iyke Ibe Scholarship Scheme (GIISS) Steering Committee

DORA AKUNYILI:WE LOST A GEM

DORA A.

The Chancellor of Gregory University Uturu Dr Gregory Ibe has described the death of one time minister of information Professor Dora Akunyili as a great loss to the entire nation.

Reacting to the news of the demise of the legendary former Director-General of National Agency for Food Administration and Control
(NAFDAC) in India, Dr Ibe regretted the unfortunate passage of the renowned patriot at a time the nation needs her courage and astuteness
most.

He recalled the commitment, forthrightness and courage that characterized  the late don’s tenure both as a minister and at NAFDAC, decrying her
inability to bring her wealth of experience to bear on her last assignment at the national conference, where she was a delegate, due to
ill health.

Dr Ibe further recalled Prof Akunyili’s patriotic determination to continue rendering service to the nation by actively participating  in
heated  debates on the floor of the national conference in spite of the deteriorating condition of her health.

According to Dr Ibe,”my schedule of duties as a consultant to the South East Delegation at the national conference brought me close to the late
amazon and I can testify that Dora was so passionate about Nigeria that she was prepared to make the supreme sacrifice”.

Praying for the peaceful repose of the late icon of rebranding and attitudinal reformation, Dr Ibe therefore enjoined her family in
particular and the nation at large to bear the loss with equanimity, being continually challenged by her many legacies while trusting that
she has entered her final rest.