Oreoluwa has grown to become a focused, determined and organized young man. DIC has made a tremendous impact on him spiritually, physically, mentally and morally. To the glory of God Almighty, he was the Osun state winner in the NNPC National Quiz Competition in September 2017, as well as 2018. He also qualified and was invited for the Yale Young African Scholars programme (YYAS) Scholars Program which took place in Ghana, August 2018, and it was divine opportunity for him to experience greater achievement and excellence.
Rev’d & Rev’d (Mrs) Olukayode Owoseeni
My son passed the NECO examination which he sat for a year before he was due for it and had credit in all the subjects he registered; for this I encouraged him that he can do better than this. The Cambridge result proved to be better than the NECO result. I was flabbergasted by his outstanding performance in the UTME where he had a score of 287. Presently he has become independently studious and committed to studies with less involvement in time-wasting frivolous things.
Pastor (Dr) Tony Olasinde
Our father in the Lord set a goal of what he had in mind that in the short run when the leading three schools in Nigeria would be mentioned, Destiny International College would be one and to ensure the same in Africa. In such a short period, it has begun to show. For my son to have scored 323 in UTME and distinctions with stars in Cambridge examination, a year before the due date, are no mean feat.