Babcock University conducted its annual career fair, which was an amazing success. The event was graced by prestigious guests, including the Head of Talent at Wema Bank, Mrs. Olajumoke Aleoke-Malachi, who is also an alumna of the university, and the Vice Chancellor, Professor Ademola Tayo.

The career fair was an opportunity for Babcock University students to interact with top employers in the country and gain insight into the job market. The event provided a platform for students to showcase their skills and connect with potential employers.

At the event, Mrs. Olajumoke was the keynote speaker. In her speech, she emphasized the significance of workplace discipline. She urged the students to cultivate discipline as an essential quality in their professional lives, observing that discipline is necessary for success in any field.

Mrs. Olajumoke, an alumna of Babcock University, shared her personal experience with the students, emphasizing the significance of hard work and commitment. In order to prepare them for the challenges of the workplace, she also urged them to take advantage of opportunities for education available to them.

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ademola Tayo urged the students to add value to their lives by learning new skills and acquiring relevant knowledge. He emphasized that the world is constantly changing, and graduates need to be equipped with the right skills to thrive in their respective fields. Professor Tayo encouraged the students to take advantage of the various opportunities available at Babcock University.