The meat industry in Nigeria overtime has faced major challenges ranging from the deplorable conditions of abattoirs and meat handling to distribution and storage facilities. The overwhelming sanitation problems from abattoirs and distribution systems in open market have posed additional problems to the environment and consumers’ health.
Nigerian mass media institutions have been charged to engage in constant evaluation of their performances and abilities to satisfy the growing moral need of their various target audiences, particularly the youth/undergraduates, so as to improve their services to those that access or use them.
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of information solutions that help to make better decisions, deliver better care, and sometimes make groundbreaking discoveries in science, health, and technology, has expressed its desire of partnering with Covenant University in its efforts at rising to the top of world rankings of universities.
The importance of quality assurance over quality control in any organisation was the crux of discussions at a recent Town and Gown interaction in Covenant University.
Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, and Cranfield University, United Kingdom, are putting modalities in place to collaborate on a number of research-based and teaching endeavours, which would be of mutual benefit to the two institutions.
Covenant University, the leading private university in Africa, has also emerged the winner of the Best Use of Technology Award among the private universities in Nigeria. The university received the award at the 2nd Nigeria Technology Awards on November 26, 2016, in Lagos.
The Federal Government has been called upon to shun foreign loan as the only option to bail the country out of the current recession and look inward to other means of injecting money into the economy in order to push production as well as empower spending.
Researchers from Covenant and Mountain Top Universities have recommended the regulation of sustainability reporting in Nigeria, so as to enforce compliance on corporate entities. This, according to their findings, would bring about more transparency and accountability which would enhance development in the nation.
Covenant University has stepped up its drive towards ensuring safety on roads within the campus and beyond with the organization of a four-day seminar on defensive driving for staff and other members of the University community.
Covenant University’s motto, “Raising a new generation of leaders”, has yet again been validated with one of its graduates, Mr. Oti Ebubechukwu, developing an Information Communication Technology (ICT) Centre in a Secondary School in Lagos State, Nigeria.