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Western Delta University gets New Acting Registrar

Mrs. Anwuli I. Uwajeh has been appointed Acting Registrar of Western Delta University, Oghara. Before her appointment she served as Deputy Registrar at the University of Benin, Benin City.
She obtained BA in Linguistics, Postgraduate Diploma in Education and Masters in Public Administration from the University of Benin. She has decades of experience in University administrative activities.


The Student’s week of Western Delta University was held recently. The occasion included a Cultural Day celebration on June 1st, 2023. The event featured Edo, Igbo, Ijaw, Itsekiri, Urhobo and Yoruba cultural displays.

The Mayor of the University in his opening remarks, extended a warm welcome to all in attendance. He titled this year’s event: Our Culture – Our Heritage. He informed everyone that the event will remind us of our cultural heritage and roots.

While presenting his welcome address, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Augustine Ikelegbe hinted that he was happy that the students are connected to their culture, that they can dress, dance and express themselves in their respective culture. He said it is an occasion for all to loosen up, relax, unwind and take a break from studies. Nigeria, he opined is a diverse nation, with different culture, language and ethnic groups. He commended the leaders of the various ethnic groups and organizers of the event.

Each cultural group entertained the audience with breath taking dances and presentations. There was group photographs of the various cultural groups with the management of the institution.

Western Delta University holds Christmas Carol

Western Delta University recently held her Christmas carol. Staff and students of the institution converged at the main auditorium, venue of the event. There were songs, recitations and prayers.

Resident Doctors Organize Health programme

Recently, Resident Doctors in Delta State University Teaching Hospital, Oghara, Delta State visited Western Delta University for a medical outreach. The team highlighted the need for students to avoid drug abuse. Abusing drugs involve excessive taking of drugs for non-medical reasons. This situation can damage the health of the abuser. Students were also encouraged to engage in entrepreneurship. They have to come up with ideas that are capable of serving the needs of others, thus making money in return. Attendees were admonished to have mentors who will serve as their role models in life. That way, they can discern how to handle a situation that goes beyond their abilities, with the assistance of their mentors.