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Obasanjo Inaugurates Building Donated By Coleman Wires To Bells University

by Silverbird News24

Obasanjo Commissions Building Donated by Chairman of Coleman Wires and Cables for Bells Varsity

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has officially commissioned a new building at Bells University in Ota, Ogun State.

The building, which will be used for the College of Postgraduate Studies, was generously donated by Asiwaju Solomon Onafowokan, Chairman of Coleman Wires and Cables.

The purpose of the donation is to cultivate more leaders who will have a positive impact on society.

During the commissioning ceremony, Obasanjo expressed his appreciation for Onafowokan’s contribution to the community’s development. He defined success as the ability to make improvements and stated that the donation has made the institution even better.

Obasanjo added that the university cannot be inherited or sold by his children, as it belongs solely to the community.

The Vice Chancellor of Bells University, Prof. Jeremiah Ojediran, spoke about the significance of the donated building. He described it as a symbol of hope, progress, and the potential for greatness. Ojediran also thanked Onafowokan for his generosity, noting that the project highlighted the importance of cost-effective solutions.

Onafowokan, in his remarks, expressed gratitude to everyone who attended the event and apologized for the delay caused by the COVID-19 lockdown.

Additionally, Prof. Bart Nnaji, the Pro-chancellor and Chairman of the Council, commended former President Obasanjo for his contributions to education, as well as Onafowokan for his generous donation.

Nnaji urged other philanthropists to follow suit and support private institutions of higher learning.

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