The entire Management, Faculty, Staff and Students of Covenant University join all members of Living Faith Church Worldwide and your sons and daughters globally to celebrate you today, February 5, 2017, on the occasion of your birthday.
A Covenant University Alumnus, Architect Kenechukwu Mgbemena, MNIA, has advised budding Architects to develop a robust relationship with their clients, which he said is of uttermost importance in winning the brief and getting the job done.
Consistent frying of soybean oil degrades its fatty acid content, which ultimately decreases the amount of biodiesel produced, a study by four members of faculty of Covenant University has revealed.
A study by two faculty members of Covenant University has revealed that an integrated approach, involving the use of design and planning strategies by housing designers and urban planners, is needed to integrate Home-Based Enterprises (HBEs) with domestic spaces while mitigating their potential negative effects on the environment, economy and society.
Government, in its efforts to diversify the economy for future growth, should promote infrastructure and adequate financial development that will attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to agriculture and agro allied industries and diversify remittances from consumption into investment, Dr. O. Ola-David, Olusuyi Ajayi, T. O Akinbobola and Samuel Okposin have suggested in their study.
Representatives of Canada Executive Management and Professional (CEMP) Centre recently organized a two-day Branding Advance for members of Management of Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State on the topic, ‘Rebranding and Repositioning Covenant University as a Global Brand.’
The Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor AAA. Atayero, has assured the management of the Covenant University Secondary School (CUSS) that the University will not be found wanting in its responsibility to the secondary school.
For Nigeria to take its role in the new global economy, the most critical political struggle in the country should be centered on bringing the state back into the public sphere and space where it really belongs. That is, to be a public agency that gives happiness and welfare to Nigerians.
To evolve an effective and sustainable poverty alleviation programme in Nigeria, the government must invest massively in provision of basic social services, promotion of efficient and sustainable development that prejudice the poor’s interest.
Despite the increasing global agitations for gender equality, the situation in Nigeria, following the demise of military rule in 1999, is still short of the targeted 30 percent women representation in the nation’s parliament and political office they occupy.