According to the Chancellor, 386 students graduated in the 2013/2014 academic session, out of which 39 students graduated in first class, 186 in the second class Upper, 152 in the second class Lower and nine in the third class.
Oyedepo said, “The investment of our church in education is therefore a visionary move aimed, in the case of Landmark University, at prosecuting an agricultural revolution as a solution to the nation’s food challenges.
“We are releasing this set of pathfinders also as highly employable graduates, having been specially equipped as productive human resources entities.
“These graduates have run through a unique education mill and have been equipped with required leadership skills to become agents of change in the leadership that awaits them.”
The Vice-Chancellor, Landmark University, Prof. Ola-Rotimi Ajayi, said the varsity had established collaboration with leading research organizations to enhance the performance of the students.