A minimum of 313 new college students of Ajayi Crowther College, Oyo, had been in attendance on the orientation programme held on the Modupe and Folorunso Alakija Legislation Auditorium yesterday. The occasion ,which was organized by Pupil’s Affairs Unit, started at 10 a.m . The brand new college students had been addressed by the Deputy Vice- Chancellor, Professor Jacob Adeniyi, Registrar, Mrs. Adenike T. Fatogun, Performing Dean of College students Affairs, Dr. J.A. Ampitan, Head of Division of Public and Worldwide Legislation, Venerable Professor Gaius Okwezuzu, who represented Venerable Lekan Onanuga, the College Chaplain, Barrister Oludayo Bamgbose , who spoke for the Gown Code Committee, Assistant Chaplain, Venerable Oladipo Oyinlade, Chairman of the Mother and father and Sponsors Discussion board of Ajayi Crowther College, Mrs. Deborah Eddy- Ugorji, Secretary of the Discussion board, Mr. E.O. Makinde and others.
All of the audio system admonished the scholars to be effectively behaved, and to concentrate to their research. They had been additionally instructed that the College has guidelines, as contained within the college students’ handbook, and contravention of such guidelines entice punishment. They had been additionally instructed that the College would do all inside its attain to make sure that they examine in comfy and serene surroundings.
Venerable Professor Gaius Okwezuzu, who spoke on behalf of the Chaplain, instructed the scholars their their religious growth was as vital as their tutorial growth, stating that it was vital that they paid sufficient consideration to their religious growth as a result of it is going to make them prove as people who’re spiritually and mentally balanced, thus fulfilling the College’s mandate of manufacturing godly intellectuals. Mrs. Ugorji assured them that they’d have a superb expertise within the College including that as a guardian, she has been largely glad with what the College has made from her daughter. She instructed the scholars that they had been in secure arms.