The Kwara state University, KWASU produces 30 first class as total of 1,126 students across all its disciplines graduates.
Prof Na’Allah, Deputy Vice Chancellor
added that the school would also be awarding five doctoral degree certificates to five graduands.
The vice chancellor told reporters in Malate, main campus of the institution ahead of the Saturday convocation ceremonies.
He added that 522 graduated with second class honours in the upper division, 588 second class in the lower division and 60 persons with their class.
Prof Na’Allah said that the University would be give honorary degrees to three distinguished personalities.
They are former President of South Africa Thabo Mbeki, Fola Adeola and Dadakuada music exponent, Alhaji Ajayegbade Alao.
Said he: “The university is extremely proud that our students could do well in their disciplines.
“In spite of the current economic challenges in the country, KWASU is not relenting to ensure quality of our programmes. We have continued to develop young people with dignity and integrity.”