Chrisland University Notable Alumni, Overview, History, Careers

In this article, you’ll be looking at a list of Chrisland University’s notable alumni. This article does not only provide the list of some of the most famous Nigerians who graduated from Chrisland University alone; it also covers some brief information about them, including their careers as well as what and when they studied at the institution. Also, before the end of the article, a brief history of Chrisland University is provided.

Notable Alumni of Chrisland University.

Without further ado, below here are names of some of Chrisland University notable alumni.

1. Precious Okoh

Precious Okoh is a popular alumna of Chrisland University. In May 2022, Okoh revealed that Chrisland University’s unique teaching mode prepared her to be the best. She made this disclosure while sharing the news of her outstanding performance at a job interview, which earned her a slot as the first corps member to be accepted at Roche Product Limited, a well-known multinational pharmaceutical company.

Okoh also said that during her final year project, Chrisland University organized a compulsory entrepreneurship workshop where they were taught how to answer questions, especially in interviews, on what to say and what not to say, among others. She narrated that during her interview at Roche Product Limited, she was singled out because the interview was just like one of the class quizzes, and that most of the questions the first interviewer was asked were basics of what she had learnt as an undergraduate.

Precious bagged a bachelor’s degree in microbiology from Chrisland University. In 2018, she was the winner of the Professor Chinedum Peace Babalola Inter-College Debate. Before her graduation in 2021, she served meritoriously as the Vice President of the Association of Microbiology Society and as President of the Association of Microbiology Society, Chrisland University Chapter.

2. Martha Kave

Martha Kave is another outstanding alumna of Chrisland University. She was also the best graduating student during her senior year. She graduated from the Department of Criminology and Security Studies with a 4.90 CGPA at the University’s 3rd Convocation ceremony, which took place in December, 2021.

Kave was one of the awardees of the Aig-Imoukhuede Foundation’s Intern Scholarship at Access Bank some time ago.

Kave once revealed that being the best graduating student in her class is an indication of academic achievement because it was a goal she intentionally set. During her undergraduate days, Miss Kave served as the Chairperson of the Students’ Caretaker Committee and Student Chaplain.

She bagged a first-class bachelor’s degree in Criminology and Security Studies. She once revealed that being ambition-driven, highly organized, results-oriented, and an excellent communicator also contributed to her academic excellence.

The Nigerian, during her graduation from the varsity, was adjudged as the best-behaved graduating student in the female category.

3. Chukwudi Chudi Iwueze

Chukwudi Chudi Iwueze is an alumnus of Chrisland University. He graduated from the university sometime in 2021. He was a first-class graduate and was also awarded as the best-behaved graduating student. Iwueze is an enthusiastic software developer with experience using Vue.Js, HTML, and CSS Bootstrap in troubleshooting and bug fixing for apps and websites.

Iwueze also revealed via his LinkedIn profile that he is excellent at working in groups and with little or no supervision. He had worked on web and app development, among others.

4. Onemu Lauretta Ufuomanefe

Lauretta Onemu is not just an alumna of Chrisland University, but was a first-class graduate of the institution. She graduated from the university at the age of twenty-five in 2019.

Lauretta Onemu, who obtained a 5.00 cumulative grade point average, hails from Agbarha-Otor, Delta State. She was born in Lagos and also attended Royal Infant Academy, Ojo, Lagos for her primary education. She further attended Chrisland College, Idimu, Lagos for her junior and senior secondary education.

Onemu wrote her UTME in 2009. She also wrote O’level examinations, which she passed with credits. She once studied medicine at the Houdegbe North American University, Bènin for five years before applying to Chrisland University due to some issues she encountered. She wrote the British Council A-Level examinations after leaving Houdegbe in 2015 and got two B’s and a C. which she used to gain admission into Chrisland University in 2016 through Direct Entry.

Onome once revealed that she initially wanted to be a pediatrician.

5. Aubrey Blessed

The Nigerian auditor, writer, and entrepreneur is another famous alumna of Chrisland University. The TitosTreats founder graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, as revealed via her Twitter page in November 2019. She also shared some pictures of herself in a convocation gown.

History of Chrisland University

Chrisland University, like some Nigerian private universities such as Bowen University and Landmark University are among of the most renowned and standard privately-owned universities in Nigeria. This varsity was founded in 2015 and is situated in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. The University was established by High Chief Dr. (Mrs.) Winifred Awosika, OON, an educationist and administrator who also owned Chrisland Schools Limited.

On September 17, 2015, the University was granted a full operational license to operate as a private university in Nigeria in the year 2019 by the National Universities Commission (NUC).

The University commenced with two colleges – the College of Natural and Applied Sciences and the College of Arts, Management, and Social Sciences. The College of Basic Medical Sciences became the third college in 2019, while the College of Law received accreditation by the NUC in 2022.

Chrisland University currently offers over 15 accredited programmes, which include Business Administration, Economics, Accounting, Psychology, Computer Science, Political Science, Criminology & Security Studies, Microbiology and Biochemistry, International Relations, Mass Communication, Banking and Finance.

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