Benson Idahosa University has continually proven to be an institution of champions, as the faculty of law recently won the 6th edition of the just concluded International Humanitarian Law Moot Court Competition which was held at Lagos State University.
In a bid to awaken the spirit of mentorship in humanities and exposure of students to new skills in paper presentation and academic writing, the Centre for Language Research and English Proficiency (CLAREP), Department of English, Faculty of Arts and Education recently held an international conference for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Life Success Centre (LSC) under the aegis of Benson Idahosa University recently held a tweet conference to acquaint its alumni and final year students with the principles of life success.
The Conference tagged “Ten successful things people do by age 30” took place over the weekend and had the President of Benson Idahosa University, Bishop Faith Emmanuel Benson Idahosa as the tweet host.
During the tweet session he told them that successful people begin each day by not just waking up, but ensuring that they wake up their dreams and visions daily.
The lead discussant, also added that whether you are 20, 30, or 50 years of age, the principles of success remains the same.
“The most successful leaders are probably those who failed the most times on their way to where they are today” he said
He further advised the youths to keep learning as the day they stop learning is the day they start dying adding that all successful people have failed at least once, and they failed early , failure did not kill them, it grew them
The tweet session with the hash tag #Lscinspires# made 341,588 impressions with 36,543 twitter accounts reached through the over one hundred tweets and retweets made.
Nigerian leaders at all levels of governance have been urged to promote inclusive growth in charting a way forward for the country. Prof. Sam Guobadia, the Deputy Vice Chancellor Benson Idahosa made this known at a leadership summit organized by a non-governmental organization, Strategic Leadership Academy, SLA, in conjunction with Scripture Communication Network, SCN, at Benson Idahosa University.