•  Ugwuanyi has wiped away our tears, says university VC

    The Vice Chancellor of Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu, Prof. Christian Anieke has described Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State as a Messiah sent by God to wipe away the tears of the University and the people of the host communities through the commencement of the construction of the 10-kilometer Ugwuomu-Nkwubor-Godfrey Okoye University road. - VANGUARD


  •  Duke offers best graduating student $10,000

    THE former governor of Cross River state, Mr Donald Duke has offered the best graduating student of Godfrey Okoye University a prize money of $10, 000 for her sterling academic achievement. - VANGUARD


  •  GOU gives scholarships to 19 Northern students

    The Vice Chancellor of Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu, Prof. Christian Anieke, said no fewer than 19 students from the Northern part of the country have been awarded scholarship by the institution. - VANGUARD


  •  Godfrey Okoye Varsity Turns out Nine First Class, 324 Graduates

    A total of 324 graduates, including nine first-class graduands will take part in the fifth convocation ceremonies of the Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu, which will hold on Saturday, February 10. Of the figure, 126 second class (upper division); 149 second class (lower division) and 40 third class will also be graduating on the same day. - Thisdaylive


  •  Vice chancellor seeks inclusion of private varsities in TETFund

    Vice Chancellor of the Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu, Prof Christian Anieke has appealed to the federal government to include private universities in the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND) to enable them compete effectively with their counterparts in government institutions. - Guardian


  •  Kennedy Iyeh wins season 4 of reality show

    22 year old Iyeh Kennedy, who is a Herbs and Spice Cultivator and a graduate of Microbiology from Godfrey Okoye University Enugu has just emerged winner of The Next Titan Nigeria Season 4 - Pulse


  •  Employers to meet graduates at Enugu Catholic varsity convocation

    ENUGU—NO fewer than 50 corporate employers of labour have indicated interest to meet with 324 graduates of Godfrey Okoye University Enugu, when the Catholic university holds its 5th convocation ceremony this weekend. Vice Chancellor of the university, Very Rev. Fr. Prof. Christian Anieke, who gave the hint in a pre-convocation press conference said that the companies would offer students opportunity to interface with them, ask questions and discover areas where they can direct their research interests and activities. VANGUARD