FCT-Asaba Matriculates 427 New Students

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By Abel JOHNGOLD ORHEUATA

In living up to expectations as the Best College Of Education in Nigeria, the Federal College Of Education (Technical), Asaba, today held its matriculation of students for the 2023/2024 academic session, with a total of 427 students matriculated.

Prof. Josephine Anene-Okeakwa

Speaking during the ceremony held at the School of Business Auditorium of the institution, the Provost, Prof. Josephine Anene-Okeakwa, advised the matriculated students not to allow anything distract them from attaining their desired goals, assuring them of the college’s readiness to provide an excellent academic environment. She also charged them to adhere strictly to the institution’s laid down rules and regulations in order not to lose the opportunities that the institution offers.


In her words; “my dear fresh men and women, your primary assignment in FCE (Technical) Asaba is to work assiduously to acquire an NCE degree, then proceeds till you get your PhD, therefore, do not allow yourself to be distracted or lose focus from attaining your desired goal. I hereby charge you to be diligent in your academic pursuit and also adhere strictly to the laid down rules and regulations, so that you do not lose the unique opportunities that FCE (Technical) Asaba offers.

“Let me state that the College rules and regulations are not put in place to teleguide you but to prepare you for surmounting present and future challenges”.


According to Prof. Josephine Anene-Okeakwa, the ceremony which is the 37th anniversary of the College is remarkable as we formally admit and integrate fresh students into the College Community.

She said College’s products excel gracefully in the teaching profession and other fields of endeavor possibly by the institution’s team of well-motivated staff distinguished in various areas of specialization with over 60 PhD holders across various disciplines. Thus, the College has the capacity for world-class education in an atmosphere of international best practices.


Prof. Josephine Anene-Okeakwa prayed for the students to excel and not derail in their academics pursuit and life generally