The Law graduate whose father is also a Law practitioner said nobody can be a success except he or she can pay the price.
While delivering his valedictory speech on behalf of his colleagues at the University’s at the 69th convocation ceremony, Ogunmodede said having a sense of purpose is very important.
”As you know, for you to achieve anything, you must have a sense of purpose. My fellow graduating students, we need to set goals for ourselves and be focused. With patience, determination and dedication, we shall reach the better tomorrow that is ahead of us, for we have a very bright future.
”The world has gone digital; technology remains the future of human relations and we now have access to the global market if only we can make optimal use of our technological gadgets. Check out the lives of the most successful entrepreneurs, they look for a need and meet it. Why don’t we do likewise?”
The convocation also saw the institution celebrate the first distinction graduate, Ozibo Ekele in the History department in 69 years.