Gospel Film News Correspondent Graduates From Journalism School, Narrates Ordeal With Cultists



By Oluwafemi Dosu

A correspondent of Gospel Film News, Joy Adeosun has graduated from higher institution of learning.

Joy graduated as a certified Mass Communicator (journalism option) on 25th January, 2023 after defending her final year project at Rufus Giwa Polytechnic.

In an exclusive interview with Gospel Film News, she revealed that the journey started In 2017 when she was given admission into the polytechnic of Rufus Giwa Owo Ondo State for National Diploma Programme to study Mass Communication.

According to her, the school fees was increased from 40,000 to 100,000, thinking that she will have to forfeit the admission but her Dad and Mom encouraged her to go that God will provide and indeed God provided.

“I remember during my ND days when I was harassed by cultists who accused me of not greeting them and they threatened to deal with me, I was running up and down, whenever I sight them in school I will just run until of one my lecturers helped me out.
I finished my ND programme, I graduated with Upper Credit, in year 2019 and went on my industrial training at Ibadan that was when I had the opportunity to work with Gospel Film News.

“Before I went back for my HND Programme, we had a very terrible incident that happened in my family it was a life and death matter, I was thinking I will have to wait for another year before I go back for my HND Programme but to the glory of God I didn’t wait for another year, I don’t know how it happened but God did it.
I went back for my Higher National Diploma (HND) Programme in the year 2021, my HND programme was totally different from my ND programme, I was thinking it will be simple but the other way round, it was all a success, then I had to face the reality of life, God has been faithful.
I signed out on the 20th of December 2022 and I had my final project defence on the 25th of January 2023. I want to proudly say A JOURNALIST IS MADE,” she stated.

The correspondent added that she was also an executive in a campus fellowship saying it was not easy for her to balance everything all together, from class to radio station from there to fellowship, God has been faithful.

She further noted that: “During those time I know have not been faithful in my academic but I never regret working in the vineyard of God. Even in my hardest time God has been faithful.
The journey of 5 years has not been easy, that reminds me when I had accident in school was hit by a motorcycle and I had to land at the school health center for care, it’s has been God many things happen but what can we say but give thanks to God.”

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