Q21 Seeks CU Partnership

Q21 Seeks CU Partnership

Q21 Seeks CU Partnership

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles Ayo, making his remarks

A team from Q21 Solutions, an event planning and management company, approached Covenant University on Friday, November 27, 2015, to discuss partnership possibilities between the two parties in the areas of event hosting, planning and management.

The leader of the Q21 Solutions team, Mr. Dayo Olujekun, in his presentation, expressed his optimism over a partnership with Covenant University, stating that it would not only be a big break for his organisation, but it would also take Covenant University events to a new heights. He further mentioned that it would maximise the use of the institution’s existing facilities, thereby increasing Internally Generated Revenue.

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles Ayo, in his response, commended the Q21 Solutions team; stating that the company proved to have a touch of excellence, during the Boot Camp for 1000 Entrepreneurs from 51 African Countries, organised by ‘Tony Elumelu Foundation,’ which was hosted in the University early this year. He stated that the team from Q21 Solutions left a lasting impression on all participants, through their professionalism and delivery. He stressed that the University management was not in doubt of the quality Q21 Solutions will bring on board.

The Vice-Chancellor further stated, “This proposal is a welcome development and I believe that what we are here to determine is not the competence of the company, but rather, the areas and modalities of collaboration, so as to reach an agreement and create a viable MoU.”

Also present at the occasion, were the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Taiwo Abioye; the immediate past Registrar, Dr. Olumuyiwa Oludayo; the Director, Financial Services, Pastor Bayo Oladehinbo; the Director, Vice-Chancellor’s Office, Dr. Akan Williams and members of the Directorate of Media and Corporate Affairs.

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