Prince Bola Ajibola (SAN), is celebrating the students of one of the
educational establishments founded by him for their excellent
performance at the latest edition of the Senior School Certificate
Examination (SSCE) conducted by the West African Examinations Council
According to Vanguard, Ajibola, a retired Judge of the International
Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague, Kingdom of Netherlands, is thanking
God for strengthening him to make the IMA International Model College
happen. According to him, all the 35 students from the school who sat
for the examination scored A1 in mathematics.
The new development which, he said, is not new to the school, however,
came with added excellence this year. The students’ achievement appears
to be a further proof of God’s acceptance of the strides of the global
figure who served as Minister for over six years without taking salary.
It will be recalled that the Crescent University Abeokuta (CUAB), which
is the peak of the educational establishments founded by the Olori Omo
Oba of Owu Kingdom, Abeokuta, is, today, one of the leading private
universities in Nigeria. CUAB is also known as the ‘Citadel of moral and
At a ceremony held in the premises of Islamic Mission for Africa (IMA),
Abeokuta, the 84-year-old legal luminary gave details of how the latest
academic success of ‘his children’ at the IMA International Model
College gladdened his heart.
Ajibola said: “What I saw and heard on Thursday, July 26, 2018
concerning our outgoing students at IMA International Model College not
only amazed me but also gave me the impression that these students are
among the best all over Nigeria if not in Africa. They performed wonders
in their dedication and diligence in many ways.
“Before the final examination (SSCE), they unanimously took a decision
to fast for seven days which they completed with prayers. God Almighty
answered their prayers because all the 35 students passed their SSCE.
Besides, none of these students failed in mathematics”.
The founder went on, “In fact, they all got A1. The most incredible of
this is that one them who sat for further mathematics also scored A1.
They all did well in physics, biology and chemistry scoring credit…”