Ajimobi’s Wife Alongside Dr John Obaro Awarded Honorary Doctorate Degree

Obaro and Ajimobi award

The wife of the late former Oyo State, Dr(Mrs) Florence Fatimo Ajimobi was conferred on Friday, February 23, with an honorary doctorate degree by Trinity University, Yaba, Lagos.She was conferred with the honour alongside Dr. John Tanimola Obaro, who is the founder and Group Managing Director of SystemSpecs Holdings Limited at the maiden convocation ceremonies of the private own institution.According to the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Clement Olusegun Olaniran Kolawole said Mrs Ajimobi who is the Chief Executive Officer of Grandex Nigeria and Dr John Obaro were found worthy to bag the university honour based on their respectives outstanding contributions to education, humanity and the economy at large.

Reacting to the award as a recipient, Dr (Mrs) Florence Ajimobi was deeply elated to be honoured by the institution.

In her acceptance speech, she thanked the university for the honour noting that the recognition would further drive her to continue to support worthy causes that will be of tremendous impact to the society.

“I want to convey my heartfelt appreciation to the Vice chancellor and the senate of this institution, for this extraordinary honour. Indeed I consider this award an honour and recognition of my stewardship over the years in contributing in my own little way to mentoring, promoting leadership in our society and contributing to the economic development of our country, Nigeria.

Speaking further she said, “with this honour the university has challenged me further to continue to support worthy cause that will be of tremendous impact to the society.” Also in his acceptance speech, Dr John Tanimola Obaro, appreciated the leadership of Trinity University for considering him worthy to receive the award pledging his loyalty as an ambassador of the institution. “Let me start by saying a big thank you to the leadership of the university for considering me fit to receive this award, I do not take it lightly that you have invited me in such a way and grand manner to become a member of the Trinity family, I do not take the responsibility slightly and I pledge to be a faithful ambassador of the university.”

Speaking further Dr Obaro, noted that despite the economy challenges in the country, there are opportunities for every Nigerian to thrive.

“Reflecting on my journey, I just hope it encourages the young graduands that even though on the face of it, many things look negative and frightening, but you can actually see that there in lays opportunities.

Many today’s occurrences have been in existence before when Nigeria entered into the tiers foreign exchange market.

Japaism is not the solution has other foreign countries have their own crises. The earliest we as a country start venturing into local opportunities the better for our currency.”