JABU COMMUNITY BUBBLES AT YULETIDE
JABU community bubbles at yuletide with group renditions of melodious songs and drama at the Senate Building in commemoration of the glorious birth of the Messiah.
Other colleges such as Agricultural/Natural Sciences, Humanities/Social Sciences, and Environmental Science joined in the euphoria of the seasoning, presenting special songs to mark the season. The grand finale of the Carols was held at the Oladele Olashore Auditorium with five lessons, a juvenile presentation, and the mass choir renditions.
Talking about the birth of Christ, the Chaplain, Pastor Olushola Johnson Oluwasanmi picked his text from Luke 2:34. He gave three implications of the birth of Christ – every word of God shall never go unfulfilled, assurance of divine presence, and Jesus will be the standard for divine judgment.
In his earlier charge at the Senate Carol, Pastor Oluwasanmi said humans are finite beings and that it is only God that is infinite. With God ruling, success and good governance are assured.