Ten out of the 5,497 students that graduated in the 2009/2010 and 2011/2012 sessions of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA), Ondo State, bagged first class.
Addressing journalists before the convocation ceremony, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Femi Mimiko, gave the break down of the graduating students as follows: 4,874 will receive first degree, 292 will be conferred with post-graduate diploma, 327 will get master’s degree and four will go home with PhD. Of the 4,874 to obtain first degree, 10 are in first class category, 343 second class upper, 3,294 second class lower, 693 third class and 34 pass.
One unique feature in the 4th AAUA convocation ceremony was the delivery of the convocation lecture in Yoruba language by an eminent professor from the University of Ibadan, Akinwumi Isola.
Also, the choice of the honorary awardees was different as three eminent achievers – Bishop Bolanle Gbonigi, retired bishop of the Anglican Communion of Akure Diocese; Professor Toyin Falola, a distinguished professor of African Studies; and Major General OlufemiOlutoye (rtd), a former member of the Supreme Military Council and also a former federal commissioner, were honoured.
In his address, the visitor to the university, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko gavekudos to the university for running an uninterrupted academic calendar for the three sessions. Dr. Mimiko also lauded the efforts of the university management for the different developmental projects going on in the school, part of which he commissioned before he left.
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