The Bowen University, Iwo, Osun, on Saturday awarded first class degrees to 81 graduating students at its 12th convocation.

Mattews Ojo, the institution’s vice-chancellor, made this known while delivering his convocation speech at the university’s premises in Iwo.

Ojo said 96 graduating students were awarded with second class upper degrees, 382 with second class lower degrees, while 136 were awarded with third class degrees.

15 graduating students, he said, were awarded with MBBS degrees and 29 awarded with master degrees.

Ojo urged the graduating students to be focused and to be good ambassadors of the university wherever they found themselves.

“Equally important, do not dwell anymore on the grades attained in the courses in the university but focus your attention on the knowledge gained, skills acquired and character that has been moulded,” he said.

“No doubt, Bowen University has prepared you for leadership. Indeed, our nations, at this time, needs people like you that will make a positive difference.”



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