Rivers State University Alumnus congratulates Prof Akpa for new appointments

Port Harcourt—A member of the  Petroleum Engineers Alumni (PEA) Rivers State University, Engr. D.M. Bowei has felicitated Prof J.G. Akpa for his appointment as Dean, Faculty of Engineering Rivers State University (RSU) and his nomination and appointment as a member of Coren Council University South.

Bowei in a congratulatory message sent to said the appointments are well deserved given Prof. Akpa’s humility and diligence to work.

Engr. D.M Bowei

He appreciated Prof. Akpa for attending the just concluded 30th Coren Engineering Assembly held in Abuja.

He further prayed for God’s wisdom and knowledge for Prof. Akpa to pilot the affairs of his new positions as well as to be more favoured in his career to reach greater heights.

“His nomination and appointment as the Dean, Faculty of Engineering Rivers State University and member Coren Council University South is not by mistake but a well deserved and true call of humility and diligence services rendered by him.

“May Almighty God continue to speak in your favor to greater height in your career and beyond.

Bowei appreciated Prof. Akpa’s colleagues, professors, and post-graduate students who attended the just concluded 30th Coren Engineering Assembly.

“I wholeheartedly appreciate Engr. (Prof) C.P. Ukpaka; the immediate past Head of Department Chemical/Petroleum Chemical Engineering, Engr. (Mrs) Adaobi Stephenie Nwosi-Anele; Ph.D., Head of Department Petroleum Engineering, Engr. (Prof) D. Kenneth; Head of Department Chemical/Petroleum Chemical Engineering.

Attendees of Coren 30th Engineering Assembly

“Engr. (Dr) F.O. Wopara; Coordinator Post-graduate students Petroleum Engineering Department, Engr. Bright Kinate; Engr. Tammy Longjohn; Engr. Promise Jumbo; Engr. Nabai Daniel Edoni; Engr. Ojeh.”

Bowei equally prayed to God to strengthen and keep them until the 31st Coren Engineering Assembly which is billed to hold next year.

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