Oyedepo Urges Graduates To Take Responsibility



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Bishop David Oyedepo, the founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide has admonished graduands of Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, to remain committed to their vision.

Oyedepo, who is also the chancellor of the institution, urged them to be productive and take responsibility to avoid becoming liabilities.

Life begins with a vision, no one arrives at a future he or she does not prepare for.

“It is time to wake up and take responsibility early because commitment to one’s vision is what is called responsibility,” he said at the 17th convocation ceremony and conferment of first and higher degrees, and presentation of prizes on Friday.

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A total of 206 students of the university bagged first-class degrees, out of the 1,934 graduands at the convocation tagged “Release of Eagles for 2022”.

Fatima Andat, of the Department of Accounting, College of Management and Social Sciences, emerged as the best-graduating student with a cumulative grade point average of 5.0, according to the News Agency of Nigeria.

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The Vice Chancellor, Prof Abiodun Adebayo, said that the institution, on a rescue mission in education, was determined to raise a new generation of leaders that would restore the lost glory of the black race.

He added,

In just two decades of its existence, Covenant University has become a leading world-class university and the best higher education destination for students in Africa. In addition, Covenant University emerged as the best university out of the 111 private universities in Nigeria (ranked) by Prestige Nigeria Education.

He continued;

Covenant University leads all Nigerian Universities in five subjects ranking in the 2023 World University Rankings, and these disciples are Social Sciences (Too 300) and Business and Economics, Computer Science, Engineering, and Physical Science (Too 500).

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