Caleb University Is Owned By Which Church

Caleb University Lagos
Caleb University Lagos
In this article, we’ll be looking at the founder and history of Caleb University. It provides answers to some questions about the varsity

Caleb University is owned by which church? A lot of people have asked this question due to the fact that many private universities in Nigeria are owned by religious organizations. In this article, we’ll be answering your question to make it clear if Caleb University is owned by a church or not.

Caleb University, Nigeria’s private tertiary institution, is not owned by a church, unlike some other private Nigerian universities such as Redeemers University, which is owned by The Redeemed Christian Church of God; Landmark and Covenant University, which is owned by Living Faith Church; and Anchor University, which is owned by Deeper Christian Life Ministry. Caleb University isn’t affiliated with any religious organization. 
 

Caleb University History

Caleb University is a private university located in Imota, Lagos, Nigeria. It was founded on January 7, 2008. The motto of the university is “For God and Humanity.” 

The tertiary institution, which was founded by Dr Oladega Adebogun, runs accredited postgraduate and undergraduate programs that include architecture, Computer Science, Mass Communication, Accounting, Mass Communication among others.

The university boasts a state-of-the-art clinic and an ambulance donated by the Varsity Parents Forum. 

Founder of Caleb University

Dr. Oladega Adebogun is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of the Caleb Group of Schools, which includes Caleb University in Imota, Lagos. He believes in and provides sound education that is hinged on core values that would also promote and produce sound moral values in our students. 

According to Dr. Oladega Adebogun, the core values of the university are godliness, innovation, service, integrity, teamwork, excellence, and creativity. Adebogun believes that without Godliness, the result will be negative. 

Oladega left the services of the Lagos State Government as a Principal Inspector of Education. He’s a member of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS).

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