COEASU Ends South South Annual Conference Prof Daniel Udo bags excellence award

By Uwem Ekoh

The 11th Annual Conference of the Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union (COEASU), South South ended last week in Akwa Ibom State.

The conference held at the Mini Theater Hall of the Akwa Ibom State College of Education, Afaha Nsit had the theme, ” Integrating Emerging Technologies in Teacher Education for Global Competitiveness”.

Conferees in the South South x-rayed the need for them to embrace modern technologies in their teaching carrier in order to function effectively in the sector.


The Vice President of COEASU, South South, Comrade Dr. Akpokabowei Oweisana said, the conference was apt and urged participants to take the advantage of the conference to develop their individual teaching techniques for optimal results.

He believed that the annual gathering will chart a new narrative for COEASU and commended the Provost and the Management of the College of Education, Afaha Nsit for also supporting the programmes and activities of Afaha Nsit Chapter and the South South at large.

The Guest Speaker, Prof Daniel Udo in his paper harped on the need for COEASU members to be internet compliance so as to meet with the current global academic realities and trends.

He opined that lecturers must align themself with other competitive global communities and best practices brought about by emerging technologies such as visual media technologies.

The annual conference witnessed award of excellence on the Provost, Prof Daniel George Udo.


The leadership of the COEASU South South poured encumiuns on Prof Udo and described him as a Provost per excellence.

He was described as one of the best Provosts in the South South and called on the leadership of the chapter to support the management of the college led by Prof Udo to continue with its laudable achievements.

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