Fifteen (15) first class graduates of Caleb University Imota Lagos will lead 340 others at the university’s sixth convocation this Friday (14/10/2016). This was announced by institution’s Vice Chancellor Prof Ayandiji Daniel Aina. Speaking with reporters at the pre-convocation briefing held at the university premises at the weekend, Prof Ayandiji said the institution has come to set the pace for higher education in Lagos.
Despite the on-going economic recession, Ayandiji said management would not be increasing its tuition. The move, he said, is to secure the future through education and enlightenment- “Our graduates are distinguished therefore they will always stand out. They are not backed up so they will deliver,” he said.
“Presently we do not owe any worker salary or allowance and we have not increased our fees either and we do not intend to do that so that the future of Nigeria will not be truncated”
The school started operation in January 21 2008, and has churned out graduates at five (5) different convocations.