The University of Benin has been commended for churning out graduation whose contribution to global growth in their various endeavors and for giving back to their Alma mater.
This assertion was made at the launch of an interactive electronic smart board, Generator and other materials donated by the 1999/2000 graduates of the College of Medical Science, University of Benin.
Members of the class were drawn from the United State, United Kingdom and across various cities in Nigeria.
Speaking on the occasion, the Dean; School of Medicine, UNIBEN, Professor Moses Momoh eulogized management of the University of Benin, for being always willing to assist the College of Medical Science.
He said the 1991 set of the college had earlier donated an e-library to ease access to medical knowledge.
Professor Momoh said the decision to install the interactive electronic smart board will be of great benefit to all medical and dental students.
Doctor Abimbola Opadeyi who spoke on behalf of the coordinator of class of 1999/2000, Doctor Darlington Akpede said their set decided to donate the smart board and other facilities to the school using to technological advancement.
Vice Chancellor of the University of Benin, Professor Osasere Orunmwense represented by the Deputy Vice- Chancellor Administration, Professor Jacob Ehiorobo, enumerated the various projects that graduates and friends of the university are giving back to the system and commended the class of 1999/2000 Medical graduates for blazing the trail.
There was a brief demonstration on how to use the interactive electronic smart board.
Present among dignitaries at the occasion was the Acting CMD of UBTH, Doctor Darlington Obaseki.
Reported by Thomas Sadoh.