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John Akec to remain at University of Juba, assumes new role

In a social media post, Prof. Akec revealed that the new university vice chancellor has appointed him to a new role as the Project Director of the Mayardit Academy for Space Science.

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Former University of Juba Vice Chancellor, Professor John Akec, will not be leaving the institution despite his recent removal from his position by presidential decree.

In a social media post, Prof. Akec revealed that the new university vice chancellor has appointed him to a new role as the Project Director of the Mayardit Academy for Space Science.


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Expressing his gratitude for the opportunity, Prof. Akec stated, “I am pleased to announce that during the handover ceremonies, our incoming Vice Chancellor, Professor Robert Deng Kuoirot, offered to assign me as the Project Director of Mayardit Academy for Space Sciences, a challenge that I accepted with great pride and gratitude.”

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The Mayardit Academy for Space Science was an initiative spearheaded by Prof. Akec during his tenure as Vice Chancellor.

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