KolaDaisi University, Ibadan celebrates first set of graduating students


Written by Abimbola Adebayo

The first set of graduating students of KolaDaisi University, Ibadan have been charged to prepare for the future and be ready to make impacts in their various chosen career path.  The charge was given by the University Ag Vice Chancellor, Professor Adeniyi Olatunbosun, at a luncheon organized in honour of the graduating students.

The students who are 54 in number from various disciplines were encouraged by  Professor Olatunbosun as he stressed that the world at large could be a better place if the graduating students come up with creative ideas that would  ease  social economy situations across the globe. The Ag Vice Chancellor furthered  noted that the University is not only proud of the students but also ready to support whatever creative ideas they come up with for the betterment of the society.

The University Bursar, Mr. Yinka Babatunde, in his own remarks said it he was delighted to see the first set of students to released into the world in order for them to create a better society. Mr. Babatunde added that though it was challenging at the beginning when the students resumed in the first year but as the years passed by things became easier. He however called the students not to forget the University, as he stressed that the University is also ready to give support in anyway it could to the graduating students for the sake of a greater and saner society.

While responding on behalf of the graduating students,  Mr. David Akinboro , who is the first and outgoing Students’ Representative Council President thanked the University management, staff and the University community at larger for creating a serene environment of learning.  He also promised on behalf of other graduating students to make the university proud.