ESUT VC Inaugurates  Solar System for Improved Power Supply

Gideon Arinze in Enugu

The Vice Chancellor (VC) of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), Aloysius-Michaels Okolie, has inaugurates  a 12 kva high-tech solar systems donated by the Nigeria Fellowship of Evangelical Students Alumni Fellowship (NIFESAF). 

Inaugurating  the solar system yesterday, Okolie said that this was not the first time that the NIFESAF was donating a solar system as part of efforts to improve power supply in the institution. 

“They donated a 10 Kva system, but it was destroyed by fire. They have shown us that the remain committed to the growth and development of the institution even after they graduated,” he said. 

Speaking further, he noted that most developmental strides in top institutions of the world come from Alumni, pledging that the management will make optimal use of this facility. 

In his address, Global Chairman of the ESUT NIFESAF, Fred Nnadike, said that the fellowship has so far invested a total of N25 million to improve power supply in the institution.

He expressed optimism that the gesture will encourage other alumni to support the institution as it strives to deliver academic excellence.

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