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25 JABU graduates bag first class, as best graduating students set new record

 

JABU's Vice Chancellor, Prof. Kola Sonaike


No fewer than 25 students of the Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU) Ikeji Arakeji, Osun State, have finished with first-class out of the 511 students that will graduate from the university on Friday January 21, 2022


The Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Kola Sonaike, disclosed this at a press conference today Monday January 17, 2022, while speaking on the forthcoming convocation of the school.


Giving the breakdown, the VC said a total of 511 students would be awarded first degree certificates which comprised 25 first-class honours, 202 second-class (upper division),  213 second-class (lower division) , 70  third-class and 1 graduated with a pass degree.


Prof. Sonaike also disclosed that the best graduating students for the 2020/2021 academic session are David OreOluwa Babalola and Peter Abimbola Abegunrin from the department of Computer Science and Law respectively. He added that they both graduated with a CGPA of 4.97 which is a new record since the university started 15 years ago.


According to him, at the 12th convocation ceremony, the school is awarding 77 higher degrees.


On conferment of Honorary Doctorate Degree, the VC said "we are bestowing our highest honours on another personality in person of Sir Muftau Olakunle Oyegunle, President Chairman of the Council of Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria. Sir Muftu Oyegunle has highly distinguished himself in his service to our nation and the world at large. He will be honoured with a Doctorate degree in Insurance (Honoris Causa) during this convocation ceremony."


He added: "during this 12th Convocation Ceremony, we will confer the title of Professor Emeritus, our first of its kind, on Professor Theophilus O. Olowokure, an erudite scholar of Accounting who has made an unforgettable mark in the academia both locally and internationally."





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