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Saturday, 2 December 2017


Prof Debo Adeyewa, Vice Chancellor, Redeemer's University
History was made on Wednesday at the Banquet Hall of Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos as Redeemer's University emerged as the overall winner of the maiden edition of the highly coveted industrial prize of Level 3, Category A, Gold award of the Nigeria National Quality Awards organized by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in collaboration with European Union and other international development partners.

For organizations to compete at the level 3, Category A in which the University contested ; they must have implemented a quality approach and conducted an internal quality management system audit and also have a large staff strength that exceeds 100 employees.

Speaking at the event, the United Nations Industrial Development Representative to ECOWAS and Regional Director, Mr. Jean Bakole said that the National Quality Infrastructure Project (NQIP) for Nigeria was developed to improve the quality of products and services exchanged in the Nigerian, regional and international markets.

Mr. Bakole stated that the award system was established in order to increase the awareness on quality and standards and also to contribute to the consumers’ confidence in Nigerian products in order to engender healthy competition among manufacturers and service providers.

Reacting to the success recorded by the university, the Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Professor Debo Adeyewa said that the award has confirmed the standard of the quality of products coming out of the university.

He further stated that the university structured and tailored its internal processes and systems based on international standards which best in business applied to become globally competitive.

He dedicated the feat to God and its organization’s internal stakeholders for their outstanding contributions to the growth and development of the university.

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