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Enugu State University of Science and Technology Receives CASSON Delegate; Hon. Edeh Elijah



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Enugu State University of Science and Technology Receives CASSON Delegate; Hon. Edeh Elijah

The Counseling Association of Nigeria – CASSON Enugu State recently elected the distinguished professor Anthonia Onuora of Enugu State University of Science and Technology as its chairperson while Hon. Elijah Chinedu Edeh also emerged as P.R.O.

He visited the institution as a delegate on behalf of CASSON Enugu State.

Edeh who represented the CASSON in a visit to ESUT was received by Mr. Ambrose George Ugwu, the Registrar and Secretary to the Governing Council.

Mr. Ugwu expressed joy and pledged that ESUT will support CASSON Enugu State to attain a greater height. He affirmed that Professor Anthonia Onuora is a worthy person who has the required expertise and experience for the position. He said that ESUT has well trained personnels.

Mr. Mike Chukwu, Admin officer; Counseling and Human Development Center ESUT who was in attendance said that professor Anthonia Onuora is a world-class material and that the school is happy to receive the CASSON’s delegate.

In his response, Hon. Edeh Elijah who was wowed at the level of hospitality demonstrated by the institution vowed that CASSON will be catapulted to enviable heights and will be known to be one of the best professional associations in Enugu State under the administration of Professor Anthonia Onuora.

He furthered that he was satisfied with the association’s choice of ESUT candidate and appealed to the institution to keep to it’s own pledge to the always stand by the association.

Hon. Edeh Elijah is the current President of African Youth Development Council and SPA on Media and Public Affairs to Rt. Hon. Onyinye Ugwu (Deputy Leader ENHA) in Enugu State House of Assembly.

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