By Dayo Adu

Dominion University Ibadan has matriculated two hundred and fifteen students for the 2023/2024 academic sessions 

The students, who were admitted into various courses of studies in the faith-based private institution, swore the oath of allegiance administered by the Acting Registrar of the university, Dr. Fortune Afatapka.

Admonishing the new students, the Chancellor and Chairman Board of Trustees, Dominion University, Bishop Taiwo Adelakun, counselled the students to be mindful of their choices and wishes, urging them to choose the good and avoid the questionable.

Delivering the university’s fifth matriculation lecture, a motivational speaker and entrepreneur, Dr Olumide Emmanuel, said lack of entrepreneurial skills was the bane of Nigeria’s development.

Dr. Emmanuel informed the students to develop an entrepreneurial mind, which according to him, is solutions-creating, risk-taking, need-meeting, value-adding and investing for the future.

Dr. Emmanuel urged them to make good use of their time, talents and treasures to make a positive impact on society.

Earlier in an address, the vice-chancellor of the university advised the students to take their studies seriously and shun acts of indiscipline and laziness.

Two matriculants, Adeyemi Adejare and Oladele Tobani,  promised to abide by the university’s rules and regulations, as well as work hard to attain academic excellence.

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