Inspired by the Made In Nigeria stage performance by the award-winning spoken word artiste, Dike Chukwumerije, AUN’s Peter Nwankwor quickly sketched Dike’s replica within an hour using a bare marker and sketchpad.
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The life and struggles of late anti-Apartheid icon Nomzamo Winifred Madikizela – Mandela came alive at AUN at a memorial service in her honor on April 12.
At a guest lecture on April 13, Dr. Abubakar Sadiq Hussaini, Chair of the Telecoms & Wireless program in SITC, highlighted the need for government to provide incentives to mobile phone companies to expand telecommunication networks to Nigeria's rural communities.
Internet of Things (IoT) awareness campaign in Africa received a boost in AUN with a community-wide rally on April 12, and a seminar with an exhibition on the 13th.
On April 10, the Entomological Society of Nigeria (ESN) paid a second courtesy visit to the campus.
In a demonstration of the values she imbibed at AUN, CMD major Farida Haruna has stepped out to touch lives in the community.
On April 5, AUN's Department of English and Literature held its third literary day.
AUN Students on Saturday, April 7, marked the World Health Day. It was organized by the Public Health Club and the Student Government Association (SGA).
On April 6, resident directors, resident assistants, and other Residence Life staff members attended an awareness workshop on the best practices for civility in the students’ residences.
For some time, Saturday, April 7, will remain green in the memories of children and caregivers of Jimeta Children’s Home.
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