Economics Student Shines at ICAN’s Accounting Technicians Scheme

In an impressive display of determination, Damaris Ogunlela, a second-year student from the Department of Economics, has secured a remarkable achievement. Damaris emerged as the third-best performer at the ICAN’s Accounting Technicians Scheme West Africa (ATSWA) March Diet, earning recognition and accolades from both her peers and the university community.

Damaris’ outstanding feat not only highlights her personal dedication and relentless efforts but also showcases the university’s commitment to nurturing excellence among its students. The prestigious award serves as a testament to the unwavering pursuit of excellence that defines the university’s educational endeavours.

The ICAN’s Accounting Technicians Scheme West Africa (ATSWA) is a highly regarded programme designed to to produce middle level Accounting Technicians within the West African sub-region. Damaris demonstrated exceptional aptitude and expertise in the discipline, securing a well-deserved position as the third-best performer. 

The Department of Economics, along with the entire university community, extends heartfelt congratulations to Damaris for her outstanding achievement. Her accomplishment not only brings immense pride to the university but also serves as an inspiration for current and future students to strive for excellence in their respective fields.

Once again, congratulations to Damaris Ogunlela for her extraordinary accomplishment.