International Youth Fellowship Appoints Adebogun Advisory Committee Member


    The Board of the International Youth Fellowship (IYF) has appointed Dr. Ola Adebogun, Founder of Caleb University, Imota, Lagos, as a member of its advisory committee in recognition of his demonstrated passion, zeal and ability in supporting the development of youths across the globe.

    The appointment and presentation of certificate was held at this year international youth fellowship programme in Busan, South Korea where Adebogun took very active part and featured prominently in all activities.

    According to a statement by the Head, Media and Public Relations, Caleb University Otobo Elvis, “Dr. Adebogun’s appointment was in recognition of his demonstrated passion, zeal and ability. He is hereby authorized and empowered to execute and fulfil the duties of that office to further the cooperation and partnership with the International Youth Fellowship to jointly address and strive for the enhancement and betterment of youths of the nation, as well as the nations of the rest of the world.”

    In his response, Dr. Ola Adebogun promised to continue to support the cause of youths and contribute meaningfully towards their development anywhere in the world.

    “I invested heavily in the education sector not for profit making, but to help youths gain world class education, acquire relevant skill sets and impact them positively to enable them gain global relevance and positively influence their generation and fulfil their destinies.”

    The Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Daniel Aina Ayandiji in his remarks described the appointment as a well deserved honour considering the fact that Adebogun has devoted his life and resources in supporting and developing youths across the globe.

    He noted that the enormous contributions and achievements of the founder of Caleb University in the educational sector today is unparalleled, adding that the global recognition will go a long way to expose its students to the many benefits like global educational exchange programs with other world class universities.