The Crawford University has formally admitted over three hundred and fifty students during its 14th matriculation ceremony which was held on the institution’s campus at Igbesa, Ogun state.
Prof. Rotimi Ajayi, Vice Chancellor of the institution addressed the matriculating students in the multipurpose hall of the university congratulating them for choosing the right path.
The VC reminded them of the burden of expectations resting on their shoulders from their parents, their communities and the nation at large.
“Let me first congratulate you for choosing rightly, and coming to the institution, is the first step. This is because here, you will be nurtured in the right way of learning; I mean the basic training.
“Our country, at present, no doubt is in dire need of through-bred graduates in learning and in moral to help checkmate the moral decadence in the society and this is what this institution stands for.
“Here in this institution is where you have the academic at the best level with sound tutelage in Godliness to balance your life in readiness for the future challenges. The country is expecting you to acquire skills and knowledge with which you will be able to contribute your quota to the task of nation-building, the VC stated.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the university admitted no fewer than 355 students.
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