Khana Legislators Commend RIVPOLY Rector For Steady Progress
Khana Local Government Councillors have commended the Rector of
the Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori, Prof. Toku-ibiye Sokari, for
putting the Polytechnic on a continued path of progress.
The Khana Local Government Councillors made the commendation
when they paid a courtesy call on the Rector, Prof. Toku-ibiye
Sokari, in his office at the Polytechnic, Bori.
Speaking during the visit, the leader of the Khana Legislative
Assembly, Hon. Lesor Nwigbaraneh, said that Prof. Sokari's
enviable achievement in the Polytechnic has caught the attention
of the Khana Legislative Assembly, and pointed out that the
visit became necessary to encourage the Rector and his team for
their good work.
Hon. Nwigbaraneh particularly lauded the peaceful disposition of
the Polytechnic since the tenure of Prof. Sokari, and expressed
great delight with the speedy development of infrastructure in
The Khana Legislative Assembly Leader, who went on a facility
tour of the Polytechnic with his colleagues paid glowing
tributes to Prof. Sokari, for putting in place skill oriented
programmes, which he said would help to engage the youths and
make them self-reliant, and called on the State government to
continue to support the Polytechnic to enable it fulfill the
laudable objectives for which it was established.
Responding, the Rector of the Polytechnic, Prof. Toku-ibiye
Sokari thanked the councillors for their kind words of
encouragement and assured them that his administration would
ensure that a conducive atmosphere for teaching and learning was
maintained in the Polytechnic. Prof. Sokari used the opportunity
to call on the Khana Local Government Council to make effective
use of the consultancy services of the Polytechnic, and stressed
that the various skill-oriented programmes currently established
in the Polytechnic were specifically designed to promote
self-reliance among youths in the State and the Niger Delta
Other Councillors of the Khana Legislative Assembly present
during the visit were Goteh Kpabie, Hon. John Ibakpo, and Hon.
Zor Bright as well as Hon. Lucky Yorkina and Hon. James Nkporsor.###