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VICE CHANCELLOR COMMENDS STAFF

The Vice Chancellor, Federal University Oye Ekiti, Professor Isaac .U. Asuzu, is full of praise for staff of the university for their invaluable and unquantifiable contributions, support and cooperation with management in the period leading to, and during the just concluded, National Universities Commission (NUC) accreditation exercise last week.

The vice chancellor is particularly touched by the dedication and devotion by the entire staff to the collective goal of the university towards achieving full accreditation for all our programmes.

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FUOYE GETS CISCO CERTIFICATION FOR A NETWORK ACADEMY


Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, in line with its overall goal of emerging and staying first among its contemporaries in student-centred information and computer technology education, has established an lCT -based Cisco Academy to serve the information technology needs of its students.

Speaking to the Information and Protocol officials of the University at the Ikechukwu Iheanacho ICT Centre (IIIC) where he certified the establishment of the Academy, the Cisco Coordinator, South West Resource Centre, Mr. Isaac Olatunji Akoni, pointed out that FUOYE had met the requirements for being a Cisco Network Academy. According to him, FUOYE had a wonderful facility on ground and was therefore “more than qualified” for the Academy. He noted that the last place he saw such IT facility as he found in FUOYE was at the Obafemi Awolowo

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Theatre Arts Department Holds 3rd Induction Ceremony

Drum beats, songs and drama, these are the hallmarks of theatre arts. And all these reverberated at the 3rd induction ceremony of the newly matriculated students of the Theatre and Media Arts Department of Federal University, Oye-Ekiti. On ground to conduct the initiation were two veteran stage aces, Mojisola Olaiya and Bayo Bankole (Boy Alinco). Amidst the sound of talking drums, songs and drama, the initiation was conducted as the inductees appeared in white apparels.

Mojisola Olaiya, who also appeared in a white garb signifying peace in the society, observed a ceremonial purification of the new students by administering them biscuits as oath.

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