July 11, 2019 was a date to remember for the graduating students of Westminster College Lagos and all those who witnessed the 17th valedictory service of the College.
The College produced another set of future leaders with excellent WAEC and JAMB results. The best graduating student, Miss Efanga Jane with 6Bs and 3Cs in WAEC and a JAMB score of 283 was rewarded with the Late Gamalie Onosode honorarium prize- which is a reward for the college’sbest outgoing student yearly.
The culture-rich college which celebrated Nigerian culture on its cultural day looks forward to its next one in 2020
The Managing Director, Chief J.M.Barovbe in his speech, talked about the numerous achievements of the College from inception till date.
He celebrated the brilliant performance of the graduating students, both in their WAEC, GCE and JAMB. He also revealed that several students in this academic session have already gained admission into various universities in Europe and in Nigeria.
“Our college’s International University Foundation Program is on course as our overseas partners are always happy with the achievements of our students in their universities” Chief J.M.Barovbe narrated.
The Director advised the graduating students and all other students to be careful of their choice of friends as they aspire to a rewarding and fulfilling future.
Westminster College Lagos, which will be 20 years next year was the centre of attraction in the Ikotun-Idimu environs on the glorious day of its 17th valedictory service and graduation ceremony.
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