Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has awarded scholarships to two first class law graduates of the Abia State University (ABSU), Uturu, and announced plans to slash tuition fees.
Speaking after he was formally installed as the Visitor to the state government owned institution, Ikpeazu promised to turn around the fortunes of the institution.
He announced the Master’s degree scholarship awards for two students who earned first class honours at the Nigerian Law School (NLS).
The governor said the State Scholarship Board will be revived within a month.
He also asked the school management to provide him with the number of students enrolled at the institution to enable him slash the tuition fees.
The Pro-Chancellor and acting Chairman of the Governing Council, Chief Chukwu Wachuku, congratulated the governor promised him the support of the institution.
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