Former Governor of Anambra State, Chief (Sir) Peter Obi (CON) has recently commissioned Prof. Chinyere Stella Okunna legacy building for UNIZIK 94.1 F. M.
Speaking during the event, Mr. Peter Obi expressed gratitude to God for the building, and Prof. Chinyere Okunna for contributing her quota towards the development of education and the University at large. He described Prof. Okunna as a planner who knows how to surmount every challenge in life. Mr. Obi called on all to emulate her for the betterment of our country by changing their perception about governance and holding those in authority accountable.
The Pro-Chancellor and the Chairman of Council, AVM Larry Koinyan thanked Prof. Okunna for the donation and called on others to emulate such gesture. He noted that information is power and urged students to always make use of correct information in the University.
In his remark, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph E. Ahaneku, FAS expressed his appreciation to Prof. Okunna for the legacy building donated to the University. He said it was the first time such goodwill was witnessed in the University. He thanked her extensively for having contributed her quota towards the development of humanity, as it would stimulate others to work hard.
Prof. Ahaneku stressed that Prof. Okunna has re-positioned, re-modelled and re-equipped UNIZIK F. M. for good. He beckoned on others to embrace and promote such legacy, by donating facilities to the University which will be perpetual.
Also speaking, the Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and the Director, UNIZIK f. M., Prof. Stella Okunna expressed her gratitude to God for the grace upon her and the family. She thanked her husband Chief Dr. Sir Okunna for his support all through. She also appreciated the Vice-Chancellor for his support to the Station. According to her, the Station is a community radio that gives voice to the community and is domiciled in UNIZIK. She appealed to all well meaning Anambarians to always support the Station because it is for all.
Earlier, the Chairman of the occasion Hon. Olisaeloka Obazie, congratulated and thanked Prof. Okunna fo creating an enabling environment where students will practice what they are been taught. He opined that the donation was an exemplary commitment and urged others to support the community radio.