By Adebayo Joshua (Kwara)
The ECWA theological Seminary and College of Education has commissioned a 1.2km road in Igbaja, the kwara state capital.
This was according to the Chairman of the Institution Governing Board Elder S.A Opaluwah at a Press Conference marking the 54th Seminary and 1st College of Education Graduation Ceremony recently.
Opaluwah who disclosed the road project was supported by friends and alumni of the institution stated that the sum of 80 million naira was expended on it.
“I am glad to inform you that we have just commissioned a 1.2km road project in this community to ease movements for people living in the community.
“This project cost the institute eighty million naira and permit me to state that it was not the institutions personal doings along but contributions from friends, alumna and lovers of the institution.”
While speaking on the accomplishment of the institution, the governing board chairman disclosed that the institution has now been licensed by the ministry of education. Added that, 384 students will be graduating as pioneer students of the college.
“the college is inclined to training of morally qualified and Christ-like teachers to fill the vacuum of such in our generation. For the last decades we have contributed so much to nation building, most especially in rural areas.
“And for us as a board, I am happy to note that for the past six years of service; we have so far experienced lots of achievement, especially in the economy and society around us both for individuals, seminary and now the college.
“Our institution which has being operating without license has finally being licensed by the ministry of education.
“We will also be graduating 384 Students during this year graduation ceremony”
Meanwhile the Provost of the institution Rev’d S.O.Y Baba has reiterated the institutions commitment towards ensuring that their students are given quality education with moral behavior
While fielding question from Journalists, the Provost said the institution is also ensuring Students acquire relevant skills as well and religious education during their stay in the school.
“This institution has a great responsibility of imbibing skill acquisition and religious education on the students.
“The church has one key and that is to change the world for good.” He added