The leadership of Christ Embassy lauds the developmental stride of Igbinedion University Okada

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The leadership of the Believers Love World Church, A.K.A Christ Embassy, represented by the Group Pastor, Pastor Fabian Onosu, has lauded the developmental stride of Igbinedion University.

During a courtesy visit to the institution’s Vice Chancellor in Okada, Pastor Fabian Onosu said the church is ecstatic about the developmental strides of the university, which has over the years been anchored on excellence.

According to him, " the tripartite nature of the university is historic in the annals of private tertiary education in Nigeria and it is something other institutions should emulate. I am fascinated by your university’s documentation policy, which is no doubt evidently showcased.

The Reverend Onusu also used the medium to shower encomiums on the Honorable Chancellor, Sir Chief DR Gabriel Osawaru Igbinedion, CFR. praising his fatherly dispositions and exceptional philanthropy that has had a global impact . I get a lot of joy out of his spotless records, and I wish more people would follow in his footsteps by recognizing genuine quality accomplishments. He is a citizen of the world by all standards and has an amazing repertoire of knowledge and wisdom," he said.

In his response, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Lawrence Ikechukwu Ezemonye, Ph.D., FAS expressed gratitude to the team for their philosophical and forthright comments. describing the president of the believers' love world as a man with a pedigree whose cerebral expositions and benevolence have positively impacted lives the world over.

The University Don used the medium to enlighten the pastors about the smart campus posture of the university, which commenced in 2018. "Since 2018, we have been running on a smart campus system in partnership with over four I.T academies, leveraging on it to run an uninterrupted academic session amid the COVID-19 outbreak."