Covenant University’s commitment to the excellent delivery of world-class education was awarded to the “Best Private University 2017” by the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The first edition of the Excellence in Education Award, which took place on Saturday, August 19, 2017 in Lagos Nigeria.
Receive the award on behalf of the Vice Chancellor, AAA Professor. Atayero, Director of the Alliance Research, Innovation and Discovery Center, Professor Olawole Obembe, noted that it was an external validation of the Vision and Mission of the University.
“We receive this award on behalf of the Chancellor, the Council, the Directorate, the Faculty, the Staff and the Students of the Alliance University as external validation of the Vision and Mission of our Citadel. We are committed to raising a new generation of leaders and providing quality and affordable education, “he said.
He also stressed the importance of education in the development of a nation, stressing that the collapse.
Earlier in his welcoming speech, Modupe Onabanjo, Chair, Education, Printing and Publishing, said the award was organized to recognize, appreciate and see the good Faces of individuals and institutions. “This event is also set up to motivate all of us, our little support for education.
She denounced the deliberate or otherwise insufficient funding of education by calling on all stakeholders to reposition the sector with adequate funding with proper management to achieve the desired outcome. She promised that her area of the House would continue with the event on an annual basis.
In his keynote speech on “Creativity for a Driver for Entrepreneurship”, the President of the Lagos State Confederation of Secondary Education (ANCOPSS), Mr. Isaac Olatunde, invited all Stakeholders, especially out-of-school people to acquire skills to create businesses that would invariably develop the country.
Other rewards in the institutions were “the most respected state committed to education 2017”; MTN Foundation, as “the most reliable provider of international education support services in 2017.”
The category of individuals visited Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos, Professor Rahamon Bello, as “Vice-Chancellor of the Year 2017”; Professor Oye Ibidapo-Obe, “Tertiary Education Lifetime Award 2017”; Mr. John Akinpelu, from the Lagos State Department of Education, as “The oldest director of distribution 2017” and Ms. Adeconde Abiola, also from the Lagos State Department of Education. As “the top teacher 2017 of the head of service”.