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201 Bag First Class, As Covenant University Graduates 1,664 Students

A sum of 201 understudies of the Covenant University (CU) Ota in Ogun State were on Friday deliberated with First Class degrees for the 2019/2020 scholastic meeting.

The Vice-chancellor, Prof. Abiodun Adebayo, uncovering this at the fifteenth conference function of the foundation labeled, “The Release of Eagles” on Friday, said that Miss Paula-Peace Onyinyechi, an alum of Biochemistry Department, College of Sciences, arisen the best graduating understudy, with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.98.

Administration Weekend accumulated that a sum of 1,664 understudies graduated with Bachelor’s certificate comprising 201 understudies, addressing 12.08 percent with five star praises, others including 793 understudies addressing 47.66 percent respected with inferior upper, 595 for below average lower respects, 75 second rate class, and 254 postgraduate understudies.

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The Vice chancellor praised the alumni, asking them to be problem solvers, light-conveyors, arrangement suppliers and pathfinders in standing up to the various difficulties perplexing Nigeria and the world on the loose.

He said the foundation was keeping its understudies occupied with exercises that pre-arranged them for administration and useful exchange just as outfitting them with abilities to change their reality.

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Adebayo added that Covenant is an initiative foundation with a dream to raise another age of pioneers in all fields of human undertaking and to likewise reclaim the battered picture of the person of color, as formed in the graduands through its seven basic beliefs of otherworldliness, probability mindset, honesty, limit building, obligation, determination, and penance.

The originator and gathering CEO, e-Transact Global, Nigeria, Dr. Valentine Obi whose address harped on the subject, “Repositioning Higher Education in Africa: Building Reputation Gaps in African Universities,” noticed that it is basic for African Ivory pinnacles to zero in on qualities and reexamine on the best way to come out with a commonsense answers for the general public issues and not simply instruct understudies on data where understudies can get on the interest.

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