By Favour Nnabugwu
Double twins, Taiwo and Kehinde Sanuade and Judith and Juliet Agu have graduated with First Class from the University of Ibadan, Oyo State.
Taiwo and Kehinde Sanuade have graduated with degrees in Law while Judith and Juliet Agu of the Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Agronomy, the four are among the 233 that came out with First Class from the same university
Taiwo Sanuade announced the feat via their convocation pictures shared on his Facebook page on Monday.
“Happy Convocation to us: Sanuade, Taiwo David (LL.B) (UI) (First Class Honours). Sanuade, Kehinde Daniel (LL.B) (UI) (First Class Honours).
Thank you Jesus. The honour of this is for Jesus who has graciously given us wisdom and the necessary resources to pull this through,” he captioned the pictures.
Judith and Juliet Agu
The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Kayode Adebowale, speaking on Tuesday at the second day of the Foundation Day and Convocation Ceremonies at the International Conference Centre of the university, urged the graduands to be worthy ambassadors of the institution by making a positive impact.
These times have crucial messages for all of us. For us as university administrators, we have continued to ask and answer the question, how do we rejig and restructure administration in a way to lighten students’ burdens, ensure maximum productivity and absorb the shocks of disruptions?
“For students and the graduands, one lesson of this season that must not be lost on you is the power and desirability of resilience. As you step into life after school, situations will arise that will require you to call up your ability to exercise resilience, instead of giving in and giving up.