68th Conference of Historical Society of Nigeria, Prof. Aghalino Activates a Strategic Partnership with Al-Hikmah University

By Abdulrahman Aliagan

President Historical Society of Nigeria, Prof. S. O. Aghalino flanked in a group Photograph with the Vice Chancellor of Al-Hikmah University, Prof. Noah Yusuf and his team after the Courtesy call eeting on the VC.jp

Prof. S.O. Aghalino, the President of the Historical Society of Nigeria (HSN) today led his team on a courtesy visit to Prof. Noah Yusuf, Vice Chancellor of Al-Hikmah University, in Ilorin Kwara.

The purpose of the visit was to seek a partnership from the university for the upcoming 68th Conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria. Professor Aghalino explained that the conference would be a huge gathering of historians, professors, PhD holders and students from across the country, aimed at discussing various aspects of Nigerian history, and their significance in the present and future of the country, Nigeria.

The Vice Chancellor listened attentively, nodding his head in agreement and understanding as the President of the Society presents his agenda. He expressed his admiration for the Historical Society of Nigeria’s efforts in promoting Nigerian history and culture, and pledged the full support of Al-Hikmah University for the upcoming conference.

He explained further that the university had a strong history department, and would be happy to provide necessary support for the conference.

Earlier, the HSN’s President thanked the Vice Chancellor and his team for their time and support, expressing his gratitude for such a warm welcome. It was made known that the society and the university would work closely together to ensure that the conference was a huge success.

After the meeting, Prof. Aghalino presented the Society’s souvenir to the VC as the members of staff of the Department of History and International Studies of the university promised to attend the conference en masse.

The HSN President was accompanied by Drs Odeh and Orji. It was clear that the partnership between the two institutions would go a long way in promoting the study and appreciation of not only Nigerian but African history and culture.


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Abdulrahman Aliagan is an Abuja-based seasoned Journalist with close to two decades of uninterrupted practice in Journalism, a PR Expert, a Development Coach and a Media Crisis Management Consultant.
A holder of Bachelor degree in History, a graduate of International Institute of Journalism, IIJ, Jahi, Abuja, he is well trained in various aspects of modern day Journalism including Digital Media and Solution Journalism.
Aliagan is a member of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) and is currently the National Secretary of the Nigerian Guild of Investigative Journalists (NGIJ).

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