A Cyberspace expert, Mr. Olutoyin Oloniteru, has admonished students of Political Science and International Relations at Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, on the imperative of graduating to be entrepreneurs rather than joining the army of job seekers in the society, as there are opportunities for them to latch on in the political space.
A Communications and Public relations expert, Mr. Adekunle O. Salu, has advised prospective PR practitioners to build a reputation for reliability and accuracy in order to excel in their chosen career.
Technological institutions and research, which translate to innovations and development are essential tools required for the technological advancement of any nation, a financial management consultant, Hon. Samuel Adetifa has declared.
Beneficiaries of the David Oyedepo Foundation (DOF) Scholarship Programme have been enjoined to assimilate leadership ideals in the course of going through the programme.
The pursuit of being one of the top 10 universities in the world requires the repositioning of Covenant University in conformity with top class universities in the world, hence the urgent need for CU to rebrand its look, the Vice President, International Engagement, Canada Executive Management and Professional (CEMP) Centre, Dr. Yomi Oyekoya, has declared.
Covenant University will continue to engage in capacity-building of its faculty, staff and students in the light of the emerging possibilities available in the Internet of Things (IoT), the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Professor AAA. Atayero, has said.
The success of any chosen career has been hinged on the ability to reduce life problems to a mathematical equation and thereafter, proffer solution to the problem. Mathematics is therefore considered as the oldest and mother of all subjects even employed by God at creation.
The import of British engagement in pre and post independent Nigeria was brought under the microscope by students of Covenant University, as they dissected the myriad of the nation’s problems, during a parley organised by the Covenant University Literary and Debating Society to commemorate the country’s 56th Independence Day Celebration.
It was not a time for speech making, but an occasion for promoting the virtues of cleanliness and greener environment for healthy living. This was what prompted the Community Development Impact Initiative Committee of the University (CDIIC) to initiate a drainage clearing exercise over the weekend.
There are great opportunities in the power sector for entrepreneurs and startups to create jobs independent of government, but the industry has largely been underdeveloped.