Professor Chinedum Peace Babalola, Vice Chancellor of Chrisland University Abeokuta, Ogun State
Thursday, 3rd June 2021: The Vice-Chancellor of Chrisland University, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Prof. Chinedum Peace Babalola, has stated that the goal of the institution is to ensure the all-round development of their students for them to make global exploits.
Babalola made this statement during an exclusive interview with CEOAFRICA at the inter-university football match and competition between teams of athletes from three different universities, which was hosted by Chrisland.
And really, Chrisland University, believes in complete dosage (if you talk of medicine) and balanced diet (if its food), hence the decision of the management of Chrisland University to organize sports week, inter-University competition as well Ladies summit for her students, all at the same time when they were going ahead with their academic pursuit.
Babalola disclosed during the inter-university games that the competition was organized to engage in physical exercise and to build the inherent talents of the students stressing that one of the purpose of the exercise was to bring out the best world footballers and sprinters from Chrisland and other participating Universities.
The University between 21st and 23rd May held her Maiden Ladies Summit and CEOAFRICA reported that:
Chrisland University Abeokuta, Ogun State, has held her Maiden Ladies Summit, which was organized to create a platform where female students can discover themselves and develop a good self-worth for global relevance.
The Ladies Summit with the theme: “Hephzibah” took place on 21st- 23rd of May at the University Auditorium.
The summit, which featured family life, relationship goals, career talks, values and others, was organized to enlighten students especially ladies on the essence of self-worth, inestimable value and expected goals placed on them as God’s masterpiece and societal demands.
In his opening remarks, the University’s Chaplain, Rev. Juwon Onasanya charged the female students to carry themselves as the Lord’s delight so they can be seen as a voice and formidable force in the society.
The Head of Psychology Department, Dr. Mrs. Modupe Akindeko, spoke extensively on self-worth, stating that it usually comes with self-understanding and self-acceptance, which hold the power to profoundly change one’s life positively.
She encouraged the students to ignore negativity from people and the feeling of rejection, adding that with good self-worth, no goal is unachievable.
The vice chancellor, Prof. Babalola sat as a panelist at the African Union Commission, (AUC) Webinar on Traditional Medicines and Medicinal Plants in the 21st Century on 27th May .
The Webinar was attended by staff and students of the institution to benefit from the wealth of knowledge of the various professionals from all walks of life that also spoke at the Webinar.
The Webinar was organized by the AUC as part of her efforts to unequivocally promote the systematic uptake and integration of Africa’s abundant traditional knowledge and medicinal plants in its traditional and public health systems and to promote research and innovation.
And on 28th May 2021, CEOAFRICA reported that all work and no play, they say ‘make jack a dull boy’, and that was why the Vice Chancellor of Chrisland University, Abeokuta, Prof (Mrs) Chinedum Peace Babalola on Thursday joined the staff and students of the prestigious institution for an aerobic session at the school campus.
The aerobic session was part of the activities lined up for the ongoing sports week of the University.
CEOAFRICA then captured some of the aerobic moments as led by the Vice chancellor for your viewing pleasure in the news report.