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Barely few days to the commencement of Post UTME in one of Africa’s finest universities (Hezekiah University, Umudi, #Unihez), Civil Rights International takes a look at the potentials of the newly established university in West Africa, Nigeria.

The university which is dubbed the “Oxford of Africa” is situated in Umudi, Nkwerre in South East, Nigeria. It’s historically the very first private university to be established in the eastern heartland of Nigeria, Imo. The proprietor, His Grace, Most Revered Professor Daddy Hezekiah (MFR) successfully built this edifice which compares favourably with some of the best institutions in the world with the notion of “academic excellence and good morals” as its modus operandi.

A tour of the university shows a gigantic entrance gate arguably the best in and within African shores.

Unihez gate

While some other private universities in Nigeria are struggling to erect and own a standard library, the university has already successfully erected one (befitting) of international standards.


The proprietor, His Grace, Most Revered Professor Daddy Hezekiah has also indicated that he would go the full length to ensure the university maintains a world class standard even if it means employing a foreigner (European) to be the Vice Chancellor. Unihez as it is fondly  called will hold its Post UTME on 19th September, 2015 at centers as listed on website www.unihez.com

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