The President of Believers’ Love World, also known as Christ Embassy, Rev. Chris Oyakhilome, on Monday handed over the keys to a 650-capacity auditorium to the Edo State Governor and Visitor to the state-owned Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Adams Oshiomhole, for use by the institution.
Oyakhilome, an alumnus of AAU, during the presentation at the university’s main campus in Ekpoma, along with a 100 KVA sound proof generator, said he was encouraged to undertake the project by the determination of the leadership of the university to provide for the needs of the students.
He said, “It is to use this as the first phase and to serve as a catalyst for others to join hands in developing the country. The problem is not the management of our natural resources but managing thr potentials locked up in the minds of our teaming youths whose education cannot be separAted from the aspiration of the country.”
As a mark of his commitment to further uplift the university, Oyakhilome sought permission from the governor to “provide solar-powered lantern to each student resident in the campus and solar-powered street lighting.”
He commended Oshiomhole for his developmental strides in the state, saying such would galvanize others to do more for the people.
Oshiomhole, in his response, commended the cleric for his “vision and commitment,” describing him as a global icon.