The Law Faculty of Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, recorded historic achievement in 2023 as nine students secured first-class.
This extraordinary feat, achieved by Miss Treasure Omenogo Osinobi, alongside eight other exceptional students from the faculty, has set a precedent in OOU’s academic legacy.
Osinobi, who hails from Imo State, shone brightly during the Valedictory Service held on Tuesday, December 12, 2023 as she spoke to journalists on the sideline.
Treasure touched on themes of perseverance, dedication, and the importance of upholding justice in society.
She expressed gratitude to the university, faculty, peers and her parents for their unwavering support throughout her academic journey.
The Valedictory Service, an event pulsating with significance and emotion, stood as a testament to the dedication and scholarly prowess of these nine first-class brains.
Among scores of dignitaries present at the occasion were Treasure’s proud parents, Pastor Uche and Helen Osinobi.
Vice Chancellor, Professor Ayodeji Olayinka Johnson Agboola, and other distinguished university officials beamed with pride, their applause resonating through the auditorium, acknowledging the remarkable achievements of the first-class graduates.
Agboola, a professor of Cancer Pathology, commended the exceptional dedication and intellectual prowess of the first-class brains, highlighting their potential to positively impact the legal profession and society at large.
The ceremony was a vibrant tapestry of emotions, from the jubilant cheers of families to the reflective smiles of the students.
Against the backdrop of beaming faces and heartfelt congratulations, the brief ceremony encapsulated a moment of triumph, unity, and the promise of a bright future.
Amidst the palpable euphoria, the ceremony reflected a collective recognition of these outstanding students’ hard work and determination, leaving an indelible mark on the annals of Olabisi Onabanjo University’s proud history.