Ritman University Pageantry Lands with Big Bang

Glamour and style were at their best while Ritman University celebrated her students during a beauty and brains contest in Ikot Ekpene Akwa Ibom State. A befitting prelude to Christmas it was on that 13th December night of 2017, and the competition was first in History for the two-year-old tertiary institution.
Christiana Obaila was crowned Miss Ritman University and Donald Kelvin received regal honour as Mr. Ritman University. Christiana studies History and International Studies, while Donald, who was recently elected Director of Socials in the Student Leadership Team, reads Sociology. In the keenly contested pageant, Donald displayed exceptional artistry and keen intellect. His performances included theatrical depiction of a traditional warrior who prays to his gods, fights bravely but gets killed in battle. He says the significance was that Almighty God is the ultimate.

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Emmanuel Ndiok takes over as Second Student President of RU

Newly-elected President of Ritman University Student Leadership Team (SLT), Mr. Emmanuel Ndiok, has pledged to rekindle faith in the student government while running a truly democratic, selfless and open administration.
He said this in his acceptance speech after being sworn in as President of the university’s student leadership on Tuesday 12th December, 2017. He praised the Vice Chancellor for allowing students to exercise their franchise and the Acting Dean of Student Affairs for ensuring a free, fair and credible election.

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RU Election Debate 2017: All but one Position Uncontested

Ritman University has held her 2017 Student Leadership Team (SLT) election debate with all positions except Director of Socials uncontested. Aspirants promised to increase student engagement in beneficial activities while presenting their manifestoes on 5th December, 2017 at the campus in Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State.
Vice Chancellor of Ritman University, Prof Celestine Ntuen, said that through SLT (an equivalent of Student Union Government), Management wanted to prepare students for leadership beyond academic success. He remarked that leadership qualities needed for the future are learnt through agents of socialization such as the SLT, hence, leading students were to be of good character. The VC emphasized a need for morals and good behaviour, urging students to impeach any leader that fails the character test.

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