On Monday, April 11, 2022, the management of Landmark University ably led by the Acting (Ag.) Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charity Aremu received members of the Landmark University Secondary School (LUSS) Governing Council on a courtesy visit with a bifocal aim of introducing the Council to the Acting Vice-Chancellor who recently assumed office and furthering their crucial needs as an offshoot of the University. 

The Ag. Vice-Chancellor appreciated the team for their passionate drive towards the development of the LUSS in the areas of sound academics and balanced welfare which she noted are crucial for the wellbeing of the students of the school while building a strong institution that would be a cynosure of excellence. “We are here as parents to support the need of our dear child and we have no choice but to listen to you with regards to your requests because we are working together for a mutually benefitting goal,” she added. She, therefore, assured them of the University’s continuous support towards having a robust secondary education system in line with global best practices for which the commission is known. 

Earlier, the Chairman of the LUSS Governing Council, Dr James Ndako had highlighted areas in which they desire the University to assist the school which included urgent intervention in facility maintenance and improving student subscription to the school. The PTA Chairman, Dr Yomi Oshatimi also corroborating the plea, noted that the facilities in the school are underutilized due to low student subscriptions. He stated that the school was not only one in the Faith Academy network of schools but also notable in adherence to the best practices, strong pursuance of academic excellence, Christian and moral values that are being imparted in the students. Dr Oshatimi implored the authority to engage relevant media for public awareness to drive enrolment across the nation the more. 

The Chair, therefore, used the platform to appreciate the proprietor base and the University management for their usual support in terms of the provision of services, most importantly the healthcare, for the rhythmic running of the school. “We want to appreciate the Vice-President Education of this Commission, Pastor Mrs Faith Oyedepo who is also the Pro-Chancellor of our parent institution for her efforts and proactive roles in ensuring the wellbeing of our school,” he said. 

Other members of the Council in attendance included Dr Abiodun Okunola, Dr (Mrs) Olayinka Alabi, Mr Toba Adekanye, Mr Opeyemi Matiluko, Dr Abimbola Oluyori, and Mrs Abiola Omoniyi – Principal LUSS and Secretary of the Council.




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