Peter Obi To Deliver Lecture On Restructuring and Security Challenges at UNN
Ex-Anambra State Governor and Vice Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the 2019 general election, Mr. Peter Obi will on Tuesday May 25, 2021 at Princess Alexandria Auditorium Hall, University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) by 10.00am, deliver the 4th Adada Lecture titled “Restructuring, Security Challenges and Development.”
The lecture which is the fourth of it’s kind to be organised by the Association of Nsukka Professors will have Enugu State Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi as Chief Guest Of Honour while the former Federal Permanent Secretary, Sir Chinyeaka Ohaa will be the Chairman of the epoch making event. Also expected as Special Guest is Distinguished Senator Chuka Utazi.
Speaking on the forthcoming event President of the Association of Nsukka Professors, Prof. Osy Okanya said that the Adada Lecture Series is a flagship program of the Association of Nsukka Professors (ANP).
“ANP is an umbrella non-governmental, not for profit body of all University Professors of Nsukka Cultural Zone (a zone which encompasses areas of 2 senatorial zones: Enugu North and Enugu East) of Enugu State in all Nigerian Universities and the Diaspora.”
“In using Adada Lecture Series as a platform for the intellectual discourse on various issues that challenge the society, ANP seeks to contribute to the peace, progress and development of her contiguous society.
“In this regard, the inaugural Adada Lecture entitled “Intellectualism and the Development of a People” was delivered by His Lordship, Bishop Godfrey Igwebuike Onah, and the then Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican City and currently, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Nsukka. The second Adada Lecture entitled “Harnessing Indigenous Technologies” was delivered by Engr. (Professor) Aloysius Attah of Boeing Aerospace Company, while the third Adada Lecture, entitled “Restructuring and the Nigerian Youths” was delivered by the former Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu,” Okanya said.