Message from The Chairman Board of Governors
Even in these more glorious days of our beloved Trinity International College (or Trinity, as we fondly
call her), it is difficult to resist the nostalgia of those days of small beginnings when we were frail and
small, poor and lowly, obscure and perhaps, even ignored. For they were days of great missionary zeal and
faith, of unparalleled commitment and rugged determination. The experiment that started in the early 1990s
and became a reality on October 7, 1995, when we opened our doors to seven tiny children at No. 10, Adekunle
Fajuyi Way, GRA Ikeja, has been remarkable in its challenges, growth, successes and achievements.
We started with God and with a great passion but little else. Yet, today, none of the stakeholders has been left unaffected.
Those seven tiny kids, the pioneers and those that joined them later, are now growing young men and women all over the world in
various fields of human endeavor. After Trinity, they have been through universities in Nigeria, UK, USA, Canada and elsewhere;
and have graduated with outstanding results, many prized laurels and other enviable testimonials. Besides, they have been equipped
with credible life skills, the seeds of which were sown largely in our Trinity. Their parents too can proudly look back at the risky
decision to patronize an untested College. The staff who gave up their various careers elsewhere to pitch their tents with infant Trinity
have testimonies of life-changing encounters. The large number of visionary proprietors have a heartwarming testimony of what great things
God, the Almighty, can do with willing, even if frail, hands. Indeed, in line with our motivation, many of our children have attended
Trinity from inception to date.