Governor Bello Mohammed (Matawallen Maradun) has been honoured by the Institute of Science, Administration and Commercial Studies (Bassabi Kagbara University) and names the English Campus building of the University after him.

At a brief Ceremony in the City of Lome, the University cited the achievements of Governor Matawalle, including sponsorship of indigeneous students abroad for undergraduate studies as reasons for recognising him by the University 

The Registrar of the University, Dr Mensah Jean-Hermann, said a lot of Nigerian students are studying various courses in the University and expressed the hope that better mutual academic relationship will be built between the University and Zamfara State.

The University is among the leading Universities in the region and has existed for more than three decades. It is being patronied by students from across the African Countries and beyond.

Governor Matawalle commissioned the building named after him and promises to ensure that befitting and benefitting relationship is mutually developed between the University and Zamfara state. 

He observed that, "If we can sponsor our students in far away European and Asian countries, what will stop us from building a synergy among African Countries through the academia?"

He took some time to confer with Nigerian students studying at the University where he urged them to continue exhibiting good behaviour as they are ambassadors of the Country in Togo. 


Zailani Bappa

Special Adviser

Public Enlightenment, Media and Communications 


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