A former President of the Republic of Malawi, Dr. (Mrs) Joyce Banda, has said that Africa would be able to tackle its socio-political and economic development challenges if majority of leaders on the continent had the will to fight corruption.
The responsibility of preventing fraudulent financial reporting cannot be left alone to those charged with organisational governance, if the mechanism for identification and monitoring of risks that threaten an organisation’s ability to provide value to its stakeholders must be maintained.
Covenant Faculty, staff and students in the Department of Accounting have been urged to have a comprehension of the business model that gives a clear definition of roles and responsibilities, so that each group of risk and control professionals understands the boundaries of their responsibilities and how their positions fit into the organisation’s overall risk and control structure.
According to the latest ranking released by THE for Business and Economics, Covenant has been ranked within the 500+ bracket.
Celebration has become a daily affair in Covenant as the University adds to her numerous records by crossing 800 publications indexed in the Scopus database this year, even with two months to the end of the year.
A Covenant faculty, Professor Samuel Ndueso John has advocated detailed study of the topological structure of the network, carrying capacity of the communication channels, choice of data stream management and preset control parameters, and analysis of the communication nodes among others, as prerequisites to achieve an increase in the efficiency of data exchange in computer networks.
Nigerian engineers should take their rightful place in government and private concerns and ensure that things were done the right way if the nation is to redeem declining productivity, a seasoned entrepreneur and productivity consultant, Engr. (Dr) Uche Emmanuel Obiajulu, has advocated.
Covenant has once again emerged as the institution with the most employed graduates rate in Nigeria. This is according to the 2018 edition of The Nigerian Graduate Report published by Stutern, an online platform that focuses on training and connecting talented youths in Nigeria with employers for internships as well as entry-level jobs.
It is indeed a season of testimonies for Covenant as the University’s publication profile rises to 700.