The NATIONAL UNION OF BAYELSA STATE STUDENTS (NUBSS) UNIPORT CHAPTER on the 18th of April celebrated its' new members who matriculated in the University of Port Harcourt. It was a huge success that recorded a very high number of attendance. It occasion was the center of attraction as it's activities (IJAW WAY OF CARRYING OUT ACTIVITIES)
 captivated students of other ethnicities and visitors who came to celebrate with their people.

After the matriculating students took turns to introduce themselves, the president ROTR. SEN. FRANCIS RAPHAEL BIOBARAKUMA used the opportunity to address them buttressing on his last message on the convocation message he passed on the convocation ceremony where he urged the undergraduates to emulate the convoking students so as to make themselves, their parents and Bayelsa state proud. " I want sincerely applaud you and congratulate you for making it this far, as we all know admission into Uniport is admission based on merit and it shows that you put up a good fight to be here, furthermore I really want to urge you to continue in that stead to make us proud like those of us who celebrated their convocation. It's very important to do matriculation but convocation is  "more important". I pray God leads you all the way of your stay in this great citadel of learning." were some of the words of the president.

Students dignitaries also graced the occasion in their numbers to support the president with their presence, those that were in attendance to mention just a few; the president of NUBSS from NEKEDE, SEN. BEN NABHEL VICTOR, the president of NADESTU UNIPORT CHAPTER, SEN. MICHAEL THIKAN, the deputy Senate president SUG UNIPORT, SEN. PRINCE JONATHAN, the emeritus president and current president of ONDO students, SEN. KAYODE AND SEN. HAKEEM, the SUG Director of Finance, COMR. VICTOR ONU, the national clerk of NADESTU worldwide, COMR. OGOCHUKWU PATRICK, among other notable dignitaries.

 The president in his closing remark thanked those who aided the union in carrying out the event which lifted the burden of logistics on their shoulders and prayed for God to keep blessing them as there was enough to eat and drink. He also thanked his excos and members of the union for their unflinching support shown towards his government. The rest of the evening was dance, dance, and dance.

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