Over 300 Graduating Students Sent Forth at Achievers University’s 14th Valedictory Service

Achievers University’s Chapel of Grace and Glory on the 7th of July, 2024 held its 14th valedictory service, marking a significant milestone in the lives of over 300 graduating students. The ceremony was graced by dignitaries and families of the graduating class.

Prof. Oyesoji Aremu, the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academics) delivered a powerful sermon, challenging the graduates to “Stand out of the crowd.” He emphasized the importance of making a positive impact in their respective fields and being a shining example to others.

The Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council, Hon. Dr. Bode Ayorinde, also delivered a goodwill message, congratulating the graduates on their achievement. He encouraged them to be ambassadors of the university and make a difference in their communities by ensuring they uphold and exhibit good characters.


The valedictory service was a celebration of the graduates’ hard work and dedication. It marked the beginning of a new chapter in their lives, and the university community came together to support and encourage them as they embark on their next journey.

The celebrants, who appeared in shades of blue, white and green, were joyous and took time to sing and dance to express their gratitude to God for His mercy on them.

The ceremony was a fitting conclusion to the graduates’ time at Achievers University, and it served as a reminder of the importance of perseverance, determination, and excellence. The university community is proud of the graduates’ achievements and looks forward to seeing the impact they will make in the world.


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By Prof. Taiwo S. Adenegan