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Babcock alumni renew bond in Lagos



Twenty years after its existence, alumni of the prestigious Babcock University in Ogun State will converge in Lagos for their maiden reunion on September 30, 2018.

According to the Chairman of the Alumni, Adesoji Tayo, the essence of the reunion was to rekindle the bond and values synonymous with the institution.

“The essence of the reunion is to bring together graduands from Babcock University over its 20 years of existence to rekindle the bond and values that we share based on the special Babcock education that we all had which lay emphasis on excellence, integrity, accountability, team spirit, servant leadership, autonomy and Adventist heritage.

“The Alumni aim to build a networking opportunity for old and young graduands of Babcock to raise the profile of the University and continue to build on the lasting legacy for the university.

We also aim to use graduands post-graduation successes to promote the school’s reputation and encourage others to consider attending Babcock; The alumni association continue to offer all former students ways to keep their connection with the university and also assist by giving back to our alma mater,” Tayo said.

Group Head, Marketing and Corporate Communications of First Bank of Nigeria (FBN) Limited, Mrs. Folake Ani-Mumuney is the guest speaker and she will be speaking on ‘The world now, the world tomorrow in the technology space at the Landmark Event Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Being a pioneer private higher institution in Nigeria, over 15,000 students from various departments have graduated from the university.

Former students of the school who are now excelling in the entertainment world will also be at the event with ace comedian, Funnybone leading the cast.

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