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Veritas To Represents Africa In World’s Varsities’ Debate

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Veritas University Abuja, has won the All African Universities Debate which has just been concluded in Stratford University Nairobi, Kenya.

The University came first after beating over a hundred other Universities from different parts of Africa.

Addressing the media, the Vice Chancellor of the school, Rev. Fr. Prof. Hyacinth Ichoku said the team will now represent Africa in the Intercontinental Debate in New York on April 1, 2023 and World Universities Debate in Madrid, Spain in June 2023 respectively.

The Vice Chancellor said, “It is great news for us, it is great news for Veritas University, it’s great news for Nigeria, it’s great news for our students and everybody, underlying the fact that yes, we cry about the quality of education in Nigeria, falling standard of education, challenges in education Sector but it also means that things are happening and we are excelling in some areas and so this is a glorious moment for us.

“Winning the championship opens new set of opportunities for because these students will be representing Africa in the intercontinental debate that would happen in New York from April first and furthermore go to Madrid in Spain to represent Nigeria in the global universities Championship that will also take place in June,” he added.

Speaking on behalf of the students champions, Edwin Ochiedo said the factor behind their success was believe

“When I said believe it meant something. Our vice chancellor wanted us to go so he believed in us more than we believe in ourselves, that was enough push.

“So imagine someone who is spending the money pushing you to go there so there was something there. So if he can see that believe there is no reason why we don’t see it. So when we went there our job was simple and we assure him that we were going to win,” Ochiedo said.

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