WATS 32nd Convocation. L-R Guest Speaker Emeritus Prof Olugbemiro Jegede, Ag. Provost, Dr Tosin Awolalu, his wife, Hon Justice Foluke Awolalu, chairman WATs governing council, Dr Emmanuel Oluwayemi, and representative of the Chancellor and Bishop of Lagos Central Methodist Church Nigeria, Rt Revd Dr Samuel Nortey

Though he is 70, Professor Olugbemiro Jegede still carries on with the gait of a youth versed in contemporary trends in communication and information technology. For over one hour on Saturday, December 10, Jegede, who is the founding Vice Chancellor of the National Open University of Nigeria held his listeners spellbound.

He was the guest lecturer at the 32nd convocation ceremony of the West Africa Theological Seminary. He not only lightened the hall with his incisive delivery but also used the occasion to pass on some eternal truth for which the WATS community would forever be grateful.

Jegede’s years of experience in academia and his global exposure were evident in the lecture and even in the way it was delivered. He spoke on the topic: “The Role of Technology Enhanced Learning in Improving Content and Context of Theological Education in Africa”. Read more in Church Times Nigeria.