233 UI undergraduate Students bag first class degree in 2022 Convocation ceremony

The University of Ibadan (UI) on Monday awarded 5,227 candidates First Degree and Diploma at its 74th Foundation Day and Convocation Ceremonies in Ibadan.

Its Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Kayode Adebowale, on the first day of the event, urged the graduands to hold on to the values acquired in the institution.

His statement partly read;

“We live in a season of amazing paradoxes. Global wealth is rising, but global poverty is also rising.

"Today as you graduate, the Ibadan certificate will be awarded to those of you who have been found worthy in character and in learning. Character and learning are the two wings with which graduates of our esteemed university fly. I have no doubts that all of you present here have passed through the University and you have also allowed the great University of Ibadan to pass through you."

Also, according to the speech rendered by the Vice Chancellor, 233 out of the 5,227 Undergraduate Students graduated with first class degrees. Meanwhile, the 2022 undergraduate convocation had a total number of 5,227 from the Faculties of Arts, Science, Medicine (College comprising four Faculties), Agriculture, Renewable Natural Resources, the Social Sciences, Education, Technology, Pharmacy and Law. 

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