Chris Oyakhilome, Rosemary Osula bag honourary degrees from Igbinedion University

Chris Oyakhilome, Rosemary Osula bag honourary degrees from Igbinedion University

The Chancellor of Igbinedion University, Okada, Chief Gabriel Igbinedion, has renamed the Igbinedion University Teaching Hospital after Pastor Chris O

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The Chancellor of Igbinedion University, Okada, Chief Gabriel Igbinedion, has renamed the Igbinedion University Teaching Hospital after Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, the founder of LoveWorld Ministries.

According to him, the hospital will, henceforth, be called Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Teaching Hospital.

Igbinedion announced the naming during the convocation ceremony of the institution’s 2021/2022 academic session held in Okada, near Benin.

He also conferred an honorary Doctor of Science degree on Oyakhilome for his contributions to humanity and development.

In addition to the degree, the chancellor donated a parcel of land to LoveWorld Ministries.

Similarly, the university also conferred a honourary degree on controversial society woman, Princess Rosemary Osula Mku-Atu otherwise known in social circles as Rosula.

Both Oyakhilome and Rosula have touched the lives of many and also provided scholarships for indigent students across the country.

Rosula, a business woman and philanthropist from the Bini royal family,  is the founder of Rosula foundation, a non profit, non governmental organization, organised on a local and international level with the aim to alleviate the impact of socio-economic and political realities around the world.

Osula, who has been absent from the social circles for a while, is back was conferred with a doctorate degree from Crescent University, Abeokuta, Ogun State, a few months ago.