Tolulope Faleye, Osogbo.
The Redeemer’s university Ede has matriculated a total of 500 students for its 2017/2018 academic session.
The vice chancellor of the institution,prof Debo Adeyewa said the mission of the institution is to continually impact the society by producing a world class students.
Adeyewa maintained that,the school is known for excellence and has bagged multiple awards like the golden category of Nigeria National Quality Award.
He further said,the institution has contributed to the society by engaging in research and providing rapid diagnosis tool which provided needed panacea to the outbreak of Ebola virus and monkey pox.
According to him,the university records shows that about 5 percent of students made first class,while 35 percent falls to second class upper and 45 percent to second class lower and 15 percent to other classes.
The vice Chancellor charged the matriculants to live up to the expectations of the mission of the institution to raise a new generation of leaders.
He however warned them against flouting the rules and regulation of the university,urging them to be hardworking and dedicated to their studies.
The highlight of the event was taking of oath by the matriculants.