31 January 2013

Nigeria: Crescent Varsity Students Charged On Excellence

Abeokuta — Students of Crescent University, Abeokuta, have been charged to make excellence their watchword. The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Hassan Kehinde Okeleye, made this call at the 8th matriculation ceremony of the institution.

A total of 420 students were matriculated into the College of Social and Management Sciences, Natural and Applied Sciences, Information and Communication Technology, Environmental Sciences and the Bola Ajibola College of Law, respectively.

In his address, Prof Okeleye said it was the university's resolve to train and produce men and women of strong character and integrity who could stand the test of time in building a virile society.

In a related development, the proprietor, Prince Bola Ajibola, has said the student population is growing steadily, with over 1,000 currently enrolled in the university.

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