….Confers awards on ABUAD’s alumni By Rotimi Ojomoyela Ado-Ekiti- An eminent lawyer and university administrator, Chief Afe Babalola(SAN), has suggested to National Universities Commission and the Ministry of Education to adopt unified examinations for final year students in every course in Nigerian universities. Babalola said this is one of the potent weapons that can be deployed to engender quality education in the country and rout the culture of laziness in the system. The lawyer added that his university had partnered NUC to move the institution beyond the minimum standard set by the commission, saying this necessitated the giant strides and records the university had recorded in the country. Babalola spoke on Monday during the 10th matriculation ceremony and award conferments on alumni of Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti(ABUAD), who had done the institution proud in their academic and career pursuits. READ ALSO: Revisiting the rot in Nigeria’s public varsities At the twin events, Miss Ekpo Naomi , got the star prize of N525,000 as the best graduating student ever produced by the university since inception in 2010, among other alumni that were honoured. Babalola said: “I want to suggest to NUC and the Ministry of education that in order to maintain… Read full this story
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