The University, has concluded arrangements to convocate 8,769 graduates, said the strike would not pose any hindrance to the ceremony.
Activities for the 25 and 26th convocation ceremony kicks off on Tuesday, at the campus permanent site, Abuja and is expected to come to a climax on Saturday.
Giving a breakdown of the graduands, Na’allah said a total of 267 students bagged PhDs, 2,372 masters degrees and 214 post-graduate diplomas.
“Well the university of abuja vice chancellor said ASUU strike is not about UniAbuja but it’s a general thing, however, our convocation is being organised to celebrate the young people of our university, we are going all out to mobilise for this convocation.
According to the Vice-Chancellor, the goal of the university is to ensure it competes globally with other institutions.
He said being the premier university in the nation’s capital, the University of Abuja is poised to produce quality graduates that can become employers of labour upon graduation rather than going cap in hand searching for white-collar jobs.