The Vice-Chancellor of Covenant University, Professor Charles Ayo, has charged the Strategic Business Unit (SBU) of the University to work assiduously towards enhanced service delivery in the University, for both internal and external patrons.
The Board of Regents, Covenant University has approved the appointment of a new Chaplain for the University and Directors for the Centre for Systems and Information Service (CSIS); Strategic Business Unit (SBU); Africa Leadership Development Centre (ALDC) and a newly created office of the Chief Internal Auditor (CIA).
Dear Esteemed Regent and Mother, We are honoured today to join a host of others to celebrate your birthday. “Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ...” Philippians 1:6
As you celebrate your birthday today, 5th February 2014; the entire management, faculty, and staff of Covenant University deeply acknowledge God’s faithfulness in your life Ma.
He fought a good fight of faith, exhibiting, throughout his lifetime, a staunch belief in the equality of all men, irrespective of race, colour or gender. He was Nelson Rolihlalha Mandela, South Africa’s first black President and legendary freedom fighter. Mandela frenetically and fearlessly bestrode the narrow walls of injustice, where men were separated according to ethnic and racial orientations, and where the autochthonous and aboriginal inhabitants of the land were despised and classed as second class never-do-wells.
Three years after emerging as the Best ICT driven University in West Africa, Covenant University within her 11 years of existence has adopted one of the defining teaching platforms in the world that gives faculty and students of the University access to academic tools and resources anytime and anywhere.
Covenant University students outclassed other competitors at the 2013 Nigeria Software Competition held at Tinapa, Cross River State between the 22nd and 23rd of October, 2013. The University’s contingent returned from the 2-day competition, with laurels and cash prizes for their efforts.
Professor Charles Korede Ayo
The problem of Nigeria’s education system is not in the policies, but the wrong conceptualisation of the process of implementing such policies. This was the assertion made by the Vice-Chancellor of Covenant University, Professor Charles Korede Ayo, at the opening session of the Capacity Building Programme on Entrepreneurial Education, organized by the University in partnership with the National Board on Technical Education.
The Management of Covenant University will soon consummate an agreement with Open Arms Limited in the area of capacity building of new faculty that have just been brought on board the University system.
Following the recommendation of the Central Appointments and Promotions Committee (A&PC), and the approval of the University Board of Regents, Covenant University has promoted 14 of her senior faculty to the professorial cadre.
The Governing Council of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, the Proprietor base of Covenant University has approved the appointment of Pastor Abraham Ojeme, as Pro-Chancellor of the University. His appointment takes effect from September 2013.