Global postgraduate students association elects LASU president

Mrs Ogundu Joy Ugwuezi, has emerged the pioneer Campus President of Global Association of Postgraduate Students (GAPOGS), Lagos State University (LASU) chapter.

She emerged via a consensus, considering her sterling qualities as an administrator and a public servant

According to the association’s constitution, Mrs Ugwuezi will steer the affairs of the association for the next two years,

Ogwuezi, who hails from Abia State studied Government and Public Administration at Abia State University and she is currently a Master of Business Administration (MBA) student of LASU, as well as the deputy governor of her class.

GAPOGS kicked off in New York, United States of America last December with Dr Edward Olutoke, who is also a student at LASU as its pioneer Global President.

The association aims, among other things, to establish a supportive international network that empowers postgraduate students globally by providing opportunities for academic growth, interdisciplinary collaboration, cultural exchange, and professional advancement.

Expressing happiness over her emergence, Ogwuezi said LASU already has what it takes to soar, adding that all she needs is to leverage on the physical and the intellectual deposits of the university.

According to her, her first task will be fostering collaborations among stakeholders in the university.

She said through an open door policy, she expected free flow of information which she believed would assist GAPOPGS in identifying lacunae that needs to be tackled right away.

She promised to work with committees even as she solicited support of students and the management of the university so as to leave sterling legacies behind.

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