Osinbajo hosts Founder, Oduduwa University at Aso Villa
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday at the Presidential Villa, met with a delegation from Oduduwa University, Ile Ife, Osun State, led by the institution’s Chancellor and Founder, Rahmon Adedoyin.
Adedoyin, who spoke with State House correspondents after the meeting, said the visit was to invite the vice president to the university’s forthcoming convocation, adding that they had a productive discussion with Osinbajo. “We have our convocation ceremony coming up on Nov. 27 and 28 and we have come to invite the vice president to grace the occasion.” On the role of educationists in reshaping the society, Adedoyin said he believes education could be used in building worthy citizens who would be impactful to society.
On the role of the traditional institution in ensuring security, he said that traditional rulers know the grassroots and should be engaged in maintaining security. Adedoyin, who is the Maye of Yorubaland, said that the council of kings administered the nation before the advent of civilization.
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