Community Impact


Covenant University has commenced a series of community development services aimed at positively influencing  the lives of people in its host community, Ota and its environs.

The services which range from environmental sanitation, beautification, construction of amusement parks, entrepreneurial skills acquisition, among others, are coordinated under the umbrella of Covenant University Community Development Initiative. The programme is part of deliberate efforts by the University to inculcate the spirit of leadership and responsible -citizenship skills in its students through the platform of community service.

The first phase of the programme kicked off on Saturday, June 3, 2006, with the then graduating students embarking on an environmental sanitation exercise within the streets of its host communities- Ota, Sango and their surroundings. On Saturday, June 10, 2006, the students, numbering about 800, also went to some strategic locations within Sango metropolis. The Local Government Authorities had identified these areas as neglected and with high level of refuse dumps.  The University provided heavy-duty, earth-moving equipment to support the students’ activities.


Covenant University has commenced a series of community development services aimed at positively influencing  the lives of people in its host community, Ota and its environs.

The services which range from environmental sanitation, beautification, construction of amusement parks, entrepreneurial skills acquisition, among others, are coordinated under the umbrella of Covenant University Community Development Initiative. The programme is part of deliberate efforts by the University to inculcate the spirit of leadership and responsible -citizenship skills in its students through the platform of community service.

The first phase of the programme kicked off on Saturday, June 3, 2006, with the then graduating students embarking on an environmental sanitation exercise within the streets of its host communities- Ota, Sango and their surroundings. On Saturday, June 10, 2006, the students, numbering about 800, also went to some strategic locations within Sango metropolis. The Local Government Authorities had identified these areas as neglected and with high level of refuse dumps.  The University provided heavy-duty, earth-moving equipment to support the students’ activities.




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