Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Jeremiah Ojediran, stated on Saturday through the institution’s 12th convocation they were a part of their 1,026 pupils graduating from the semester.
Four hundred and fifty others graduated with Second Class Upper levels; 336 with Second Class Lower levels, 58 with Third Class, while 101 bagged Postgraduate levels.
He explained the university implemented a strong e-learning platform for pupils throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, which helped the institution at the conclusion of this 2019/2020 academic semester.
“The college is working tirelessly to research and enhancing its facilities in addition to infrastructures in order to develop into a world-class association.
“Additionally, the administration has also supplied enabling environment for employees and pupils to exhibit their own potentialities and contributed to national growth,” he explained.
The vice-chancellor revealed the institution’s dedication to supplying top-range social changers that could give rise to the evolution of human capital in Nigeria and in the Diaspora.
Ojediran congratulated the pupils and encouraged them to imbibe great perspectives, discipline, and create positive changes, in addition, to try to make positive legacies supporting where they moved.
Honorius Causa), recognized the direction of this university.
He encouraged universities to adopt technology to put in smooth learning platforms from the nation.
Jamodu, plus a part of, Board of Trustees of this establishment, stated that there was a demand for the nation to participate in bulk local manufacture of products.
He said that this could create employment opportunities for the youth.
He called on the Federal Government to encourage producers by supplying enabling environment through the reduction of tariffs.
Jamodu also vowed to continue to bring about the orderly growth and development of the university.