15 Bags First Class as Caleb University Graduates 340 Students

Filed in Nigeria Universities Updates | By Emmanuel Worthwhile | Last Modified On October 10, 2016

During Caleb University 6th Convocation ceremony:  15 Bags First Class as Caleb University Graduates 340 Students

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No fewer than 340 students received their first degree certificates during the sixth convocation ceremony of Caleb University, Lagos which took pace on Friday, 7th October, 2016.

Speaking at the pre-convocation media briefing, the Vice Chancellor of the institution, Professor Daniel Aina, said that the institution has come to set the pace for higher education in Lagos as the school produced fifteen first class graduates.

He said that despite the on-going economic recession, the school management would not increase its tuition.

The move, he said, is to secure the future through education and enlightenment.

“Presently we do not owe any worker salary or allowance and we have not increased our fees either and we do not intend to do that so that the future of Nigeria will not be truncated,” he added.


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