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FACILITY TOUR: I AM IMPRESSED; Pro-chancellor.

 

The Pro-Chancellor and Chairman Governing Council of the Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Professor Tunde Samuel in company of Governing Council Members and the University Management embarked on the tour of all the University facilities.

The exercise according to the Pro-Chancellor was to enable the Governing Council have an up to date knowledge of completed projects, as well as ongoing projects so as to fine tune possible ways bridging the infrastructure deficit in the institution.

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CIVIL SOCIETY GROUP HONOURS FUOYE VC

A coalition of civil society organizers (Civil Society Groups for Good Governance) led by the Coalition’s President, Comrade Ogukwu Dominic showered accolades on the Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Professor Kayode Soremekun for his laudable achievements; the group said they were overwhelmed by the achievements of the Vice- Chancellor since his assumption of duties.

According, to Comrade Dominic, the team had earlier visited all the campuses of the University, had a facility tour of both complete and ongoing projects as well as interacted with cross-section of both staff and students which led to their second visit to submit a complete report to the University. He said, copies of the same report have been forwarded to the Federal Ministry of Education, National Universities Commissions, TETFUND and other relevant agencies. The report for Professor Kayode Soremekun was presented alongside certificate of achievements.

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LIPERD ATTENDS NALHASTON CONFERENCE

The Linkage Programme, Environmental Research & Development Unit in its bid to fulfil its mandate of community linkage attended the 24th Annual Scientific/Delegate conference of the National Association of Livestock Husbandry Scientists and Technologists of Nigeria (NALHASTON) which held on 14th November, 2018 at Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD).

Director of LIPERD unit, Professor A.A Aganga who was a lecturer at the event delivered a lecture on the topic: High Cost of Feed and Low Profit Margins for Livestock Farmers: Way Out of the Logjam.

Prof. A.A Aganga who spoke extensively on the topic stated that in a few years Nigeria’s population will explode and to survive this explosion, food production must explode. To combat this future occurrence, she urged the Government to look into this and make it a point of priority to plan well for the future and make sure our food reserves are not just empty because that is not the purpose they should serve. She also mentioned that workshops and trainings on food production should be organized to reduce cost and expenses of importation.

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