VP commissions Bua’s multibillion Naira project at UNIMAID



The newly built Abdul Samad Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Maiduguri, has just been commissioned.

The commissioning was presided over by Sen. Kashim Shettima, the vice president this afternoon.

The multibillion naira project was donated to the university by Abdul Samad Rabiu, chairman of BUA Group as apart of his philanthropic gesture towards escaping in Nigeria.

According to Prof. Aliyu Shugaba, the vice Chancellor, the center is important in many ways, especially enhancing enterprenuerial training.

'The initial center for Enterprenuership and Enterprises Development (CEED ) and the center for innovation and product development are both aimed at training of entrepreneurs and the creation of enterprises by the our products,’ Shugaba said.

The commissioning of the center was part of the 24th combined convocation ceremony of the institution which commenced last week.

Mr. Rabiu was also conferred with a honorary doctorate, along with Shettima, Shehu of Borno ans Dahiru Bobbo this afternoon.

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