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RECTEM matriculates 336 new students


Representative of the General Overseer, The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Dele Jaiyeoba (right); Deputy Chairman, Redeemer’s College of Technology and Management (RECTEM), Pastor Samuel Olaniyan; Chairman, Governing Council, RECTEM/Asst. General Overseer (Admin) and Continental Overseer, RCCG, Pastor Johnson Odesola; Rector, RECTEM, Dr. Stella Mofunanya and National Overseer, RCCG, Pastor Joseph Obayemi at the 3rd matriculation ceremony of the school. PHOTO: ISAAC TAIWO

The Proprietor of Redeemer’s College of Technology and General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, has stressed the need to raise the standard of technical education in the country, saying provision of sound middle level and higher technical education, as well as required infrastructure for technological innovation are inevitable in the country’s development process.

Speaking at the 3rd matriculation ceremony of the school, where 336 new students were admitted into various schools in the college, namely School of Engineering Technology; School of Sciences and Technology; School of Management and School of Environmental Design Technology.

Rector, Dr. Stella Mofunanya said the college, the only private polytechnic with the highest number of approved departments/courses, and well-equipped laboratories, is aimed at raising champions both academically and morally.


“We have our entrepreneurship programme, which is compulsory for all students. Next month, we are going to have our first convocation ceremony and the students’ products will be exhibited. Our students are already making money in school,” Mofunanya said.

She asked the matriculating students to be serious with their studies and bear in mind that the institution has zero tolerance for cultism, hooliganism, corruption, examination malpractice and other forms of social menace.

She asked them to be obedient and of good behavior, warning that a breach of the oath would attract appropriate sanctions.

The Deputy Chairman, governing council, Samuel Olaniyan said the college would fill the vacuum of technical manpower in the country as he asked the students to work hard, be focused and operate with godly mind.

At the event were also Chairman, Governing Council, Pastor Johnson Odesola and National Overseer, Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Joseph Obayemi, among others.


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