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Professor Adejuyigbe Becomes CODET’s Vice-Chairman

The Dean, College of Engineering, Federal University of Agriculture, Professor Samuel Babatope Adejuyigbe, has been elected as the Vice-Chairman of the Committee of Deans of Engineering and Technology of Nigerian Universities (CODET), at the meeting of the Committee, held recently in Abuja.
Other officers elected, to steer the affairs of the body for the next one year are: Engr. (Prof.) A. M. O. Obiazi, Dean, College of Engineering, Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma as the Chairman; Engr. (Prof.) Funsho A. Akeredolu, Dean, College of Engineering, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Technical Secretary; Engr. (Prof.) Hassan M. Abdusalamin, Dean, College of Engineering, Mobido Adamawa University, Yola, Financial Secretary; Engr. (Prof.) Oloche Dean, College of Engineering, University of Abuja, Abuja, Treasurer; and Engr. (Prof.) Ejezie, Dean, College of Engineering, University of Port Harcourt, Publicity Secretary.

No Hike in Tuition Fees, Says VC


The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole has described as untrue, the speculation of a hike in tuition fees in the forthcoming 2012/2013 Academic Session.

Professor Oyewole made the clarification and dispelled other similar rumours as baseless and unfounded, at a luncheon, organised for the Students' Union Executive, in appreciation of their contributions to the success of the just-concluded 2011/2012 Academic Session. The event was held at the International Scholars’ and Resource Centre, penultimate Friday.

The President of the Students’ Union, Comrade Kareem Bamigbade, had in his remarks sought the Vice-Chancellor’s clarifications on the alleged plan to increase school fees; Management’s bid to take-over the Students’ Union Building and the purported moves to stop their elections.

Responding, Professor Oyewole described the rumour as mischievous imagination of mischief makers, assuring that the old fee regime, paid by the students last session would still be maintained.

Professor Oyewole made reference to an advertorial placed by the University in some  national dailies; which justified his position and corroborated that there was no plan whatsoever to effect any increase.

He equally debunked speculations that Management had resolved to take over the Students’ Union Building (SUB) from the Students’ Union Executive.

He said the ongoing renovation of SUB was not a ploy by the Management to take it over from them, assuring that it will be handed over once the face-lifting was completed.

Professor Oyewole, however, challenged the Executives and the Electoral Committee to forward the Union’s election Time-table, for approval.

He also implored the student leadership to lead by example by shunning thuggery, violence and other social vices that are inimical to peace and progress on campus.

Professor Oyewole said a situation where some students disregard decorum and behaved in unruly manner while boarding Student Bus was unbecoming of responsible FUNAAB students.

He challenged the students to evolve appropriate Vision and Mission Statements that would guide their conduct and help them to articulate a clear sense of leadership.

The Vice-Chancellor and the student leaders agreed to meet on a quarterly basis, to deliberate on important issues and to avoid a breakdown in communication.He expressed dismay over frequent robbery attacks on student residences, especially, at Camp, Isolu and Somorin areas and therefore directed the University’s Chief Security Officer to look into the matter and proffer a lasting solution.

The Vice-Chancellor gave his mobile telephone numbers to the student leaders, asking them to call him whenever the need arose.

He also directed the Chairman of MANCOT, Dr. O.S. Awokola to create additional Bus-Stops between Camp and the Campus, to save students from the stress of having to cover long distances to enjoy bus services.

Professor Oyewole said the luncheon was put together in appreciation of the students’ contributions to the success of the just-ended Academic Session, soliciting their continued support and cooperation, as he reiterated Management's commitment to their welfare.

The President, FUNAABSU, Mr. Bamgbade thanked the University for organising the luncheon which he described as befitting.


FUNAAB Increases Internet Bandwidth On Campus

In a bid to fulfil his pledge of boosting Internet services on campus, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole, has approved the increment of the University’s bandwidth from five megabytes per second (mbps) to 50 (mbps).

Professor Oyewole disclosed this achievement even as he pleaded with members of the University community to bear with the Management, on the inconveniences arising from the ongoing reconstruction of Camp-Alabata Road.

Speaking at a luncheon, penultimate Friday, held in appreciation of Students’ Leaders at the University’s International Scholars’ and Resource Centre, the Vice-Chancellor identified low bandwidth, which he put at 5 mbps as the bane of functional Internet services on campus.

He stated that as part of measures to alleviate the challenges, his administration had increased the bandwidth from five to 50 adding that the measure will improve access to Internet facility on campus.

According to him, “I will tell you that when we came in, we felt the need to improve on internet service on campus. The problem is that the bandwidth was as low as 5 mbps.

Just last week we increased it to 50mbps. What that means is that access to the Internet is now higher”, he added.

Professor Oyewole assured members of the University community that he would not relent in his efforts to increase the bandwidth to a satisfactory level that will enhance service delivery on campus.

The Vice-Chancellor also appealed to staff and students to further bear with the Management on the inconveniences being experienced as a result of the ongoing rehabilitation of Camp-Alabata Road.

His words: “The road under construction is a Federal Government road and we really appreciate this project. The Federal Government just started it and when construction is on, there will be inconveniences. I want to appeal to members of the University community to please bear with us”.






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No More Late Registration in FUNAAB - VC

The VC, Prof. Olusola Oyewole (standing) addressing Student Leaders on the University’s regulations.

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole has foreclosed late registration among students, warning that none of them will be allowed to register after two weeks of resumption, as stipulated in the University regulations.

Professor Oyewole stated this even as he disclosed that nine out of the 10 students of the College of Management Sciences that wrote the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) examinations excelled in flying colours, while over 34,000 candidates jostled for admission into the University.

Professor Oyewole noted with dismay that some students had formed the habit of abusing the privilege of late registration by not registering within the mandatory two weeks of resumption, as stipulated.

According to him, “I want to tell our dear students through their leaders that are here today that it is now mandatory for them to get registered within two weeks of resumption, because I am surprised that some students were still registering when the semester examinations were on.

“Our regulation stipulates registration within two weeks of resumption. I am not interested in your money. My interest lies in inculcating discipline and values that will ensure your progress in life”, he stated.

The Vice-Chancellor assured the students that lectures will commence immediately on resumption.

He, however, expressed joy that nine of the 10 students of the College of Management Sciences (COLMAS), established only last year, had done the University proud, by passing ICAN examinations in flying colours.

He attributed the feat to the ingenuity of professionals that tutored the students, assuring that “COLMAS will soon be a subject of envy on campus”.

Professor Oyewole also disclosed that over 34,000 students sought admission into the University, revealing that only about 3,500 of them will eventually be admitted.

The Vice-Chancellor used the occasion to implore those trying to cause disharmony on campus by attempting to fan the embers of discord between students and the lecturers to have a rethink.

AGM: Co-operators Return Prof. Dipeolu, Adedo, others


In what could be described as a vote of confidence, members of the FUNAAB Staff Cooperative Multipurpose Society Limited have returned most of their Executive officers, to run its affairs for the next one year.

They were asked to simply “take a bow” and continue their tenure, at the 25th Annual General Meeting of the Cooperative Society, held recently.

The returnees are: Professor Adewale O. Dipeolu (President), Alhaji Kamorudeen A. Adedo (Vice-President), Mrs. T. M. Okuboye (Treasurer) and Mrs. B. A. Olusoji (Secretary).

Others are the Committee and Ex-Officio members, namely: Professor A. B. J Aina, Mr. D. D. Giwa, Mr. S. O. Obimakinde, Mrs. A. A. Labulo, with a new entrant, Mrs. T. O. Tijani.

The Society also retained the duo of Mr. I. Saba and Miss. B. O. Sobiye as Account Officers.


Strong Student Unionism Will Engender Great Leaders – VC

The VC, Prof. Olusola Oyewole (Arrowed) with Principal Officers, Deans and Directors of the University in a group photograph with the Student Leaders immediately after the Luncheon.


The Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole has stated that strong student unionism would engender  great leaders for the nation.

Professor Oyewole made this observation at a Luncheon organised in honour of Student leaders, held at the International Scholars’ and Resource Centre, FUNAAB.

He stated that the successful completion of an Academic Session did not depend only on members of the Academic and Non-Teaching staff, but also on the students.

According to him, “I want the students of this University to be the leaders of this great nation in the next few years”.

The Vice-Chancellor, however, debunked the allegation that the Students' Union activities had been proscribed in the University, saying that Management had not taken such decision as elections would hold tentatively, three weeks into the new session.

He added that the Management is open for consultation whenever the Union needed assistance in developing their Vision and Mission Statements.

Professor Oyewole, however, described the existing relationship between Management and the Union as cordial, saying they are both partners in progress.

He charged the student leaders to encourage other students to be registered with the University’s Health Centre, noting that a large proportion of students were yet to register with the Centre.

On the need to refrain from writing anonymous letters, the Vice-Chancellor encouraged students to always include their names in the letters they address to the Management, in order to get the desired attention.

“The reason for writing is not to pull anyone down but to make life better for people coming after you”, he stated.

According to him, “this is the new spirit of students’ unionism I want you to imbibe. Let’s do it for the good of our society and for the betterment of this University”.

In his response, the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Students' Union (FUNAABSU), President, Comrade Bamgbade Abdulkareem, commended Management for its kind gesture to the students.

Earlier, the Dean of Student Affairs, Professor S.O Onifade said the University would not distance itself from the students because they are major stakeholders in the University.



FUNAAB VC Receives ITF Team


The VC, Prof. Olusola Oyewole (Left) receiving the ITF Abeokuta Area manager, Mr. Abayomi Ososona who paid him a courtesy visit recently.

The Area Manager, Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Abeokuta Area Office, Mr. Abayomi Moses Ososona, has paid a courtesy call on Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole, following his appointment as Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.



During the visit, Mr. Osasona highlighted the mandate of the ITF which focuses on Human Capital Development and Students’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) administration in Nigeria.

According to the Area Manager, the Fund was established in 1971 under the enabling Act 47, as amended under the Act 19 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, in 2011.

He said that the provision includes the mandate of providing, promoting and encouraging the acquisition of skills in industry and commerce as well as generating a pool of indigenous manpower, sufficient to meet the needs of the private and public sectors of the economy.

Mr. Osasona said that in the four decades of ITF’s existence, it had not only raised training consciousness in the economy, but had also helped in generating a crop of indigenous skilled manpower in diverse sectors of the economy.

On some of the achievements of the Fund, the Area Manager said it had been able to provide training skills in Management for technical and entrepreneurial development in the public and private sectors of the economy, while it had also set training standards, monitoring adherence, as well as carrying out evaluation and certification.

Responding, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Oyewole described ITF as vital to the industrial need of the nation in the area of capacity development.


TETFund Impact Assessment Team Lauds FUNAAB

The Team Leader, Mr. Aliyu Mustapha (3rd Right) commending FUNAAB’s judicious utilization of capital project fund while the VC, Prof. Olusola Oyewole (Left) and the Registrar, Mr. Matthew Ayoola (2nd Left) listen. On his team are Mr. Moses Omishope and Mr. Iduma Tochukwu (Right).


The Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund)’s Impact Assessment Team, has commended the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), for its judicious utilization of capital projects funds.

The team leader, Mr. Aliyu Mustapha, stated this during the team’s inspection of capital projects executed by the University as other members of his team expressed satisfaction with the prudent management of resources.

He stated that he had earlier visited FUNAAB campus years back, as a member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) and described the rate of development in the University as ‘rapid and massive’.

During a reception for the team, Mr. Mustapha stated that the team’s mission was basically to appraise TETFund’s intervention projects in FUNAAB and to assess how the institution had utilized the funds disbursed to it, over the years.

He further informed that the various segments of the institution, such as student enrolment from Year 2000 to date, quality and standard of education, available equipment and library facilities, gave good indication that the University was developing.

Welcoming the TETFund team members, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole, appreciated TETFund, describing it as the hope of tertiary institutions in the country.

“The Fund has helped our tertiary institutions in the areas of infrastructural development, library development, research and human capacity development by funding post-graduate studies”, he stated.


“Keep Updating Yourselves” – Onagbesan Tells Biotechnologists

The Director, Biotechnology Centre, Prof. Okanlawon Onagbesan addressing Biotechnologists during the ‘Short Course in Practical Biotechnology’ held recently.


The Director, Biotechnology Centre, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Professor Okanlawon Onagbesan, has tasked Biotechnologists not to relent in their quest for knowledge acquisition.

He made this known during the Opening Ceremony of the Short Course in Practical Biotechnology, held recently at the Biotechnology Centre of the University.

Professor Onagbesan implored participants to keep learning as Biotechnology is dynamic, when he said, “What you do today may not be good enough for tomorrow”.

Speaking on the motive behind organising the course, Professor Onagbesan hinted that it was “to improve plants so as to have abundant yield through DNA manipulation”.

He enjoined participants to take maximum advantage of the programme to better their lots.


VC Commissions CTCS Shopping Complex

The VC, Prof. Olusola Oyewole (Holding mic) smiling as he commissions the COOP Shopping Complex. Watching with keen interest are the President and Vice-President of the Society, Prof. Adewale Dipeolu (Right) and  Alhaji Kamorudeen Adedo (Middle), respectively.

The newly-built Shopping Complex of the Staff Cooperative Multi-purpose Society Limited of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) was last Wednesday commissioned by the institution’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole, at its 25th Annual General Meeting (AGM).

The Vice-Chancellor said the commissioning was “an important day because the University has evolved from a small beginning”, describing the Shopping Complex as “an important contribution to the development of the University”, commending the leadership of the Society for its initiative and commitment.

Professor Oyewole seized the opportunity to reiterate his administration’s commitment to putting in place, a befitting staff housing scheme in due course.

Speaking at the occasion, the Director, Cooperative Services, Ogun State, Alhaji Kamorudeen Shokoya, called for judicious use of resources.

The President of the Cooperative Society, Professor Adewale Dipeolu; Vice-President, Alhaji Kamorudeen Adedo and other executive officers were lauded for the remarkable achievements recorded by the body.

The Director of Cooperative Services, Ogun State declared, “I am impressed and amazed at the performance of FUNAAB Cooperative Society. It is one of the societies we are proud of in Ogun State; that is why I am here, to give them a well-deserved honour”.

He described the operation and organization of FUNAAB Cooperative Society as superb, calling on others to emulate it.

Earlier, the President of FUNAAB Cooperative Society, Professor Dipeolu described the new complex as another effort at bettering the welfare of members and increasing the socio-economic activities of the University.

He explained further that the Shopping Complex was initiated as a business strategy, instituted to give members the opportunity to buy shares and get good returns on their money.

Professor Dipeolu added that the Shopping Complex was the first phase, adding that the second phase would be considered for execution.

While conducting guests round the Shopping Complex, the Vice-President, Alhaji Adedo said that there were 38 rooms with essential facilities in the Complex, with Mall ‘A’ having 12 shops while Malls ‘B’ and ‘C’ have 13 shops each.

He assured that the allocation of the second set of plots of land, recently acquired by the Society as well as the new shops, will start in a couple of weeks and commended members for their continued support and cooperation.

Meanwhile, the Society has posted a higher net surplus of N39,505,028.94, as against the N27,334,769.70 recorded in the preceding year.



Prompt Payment of Salaries: Society Commends VC


The leadership of the University’s Staff Cooperative Multi-purpose Society Limited has commended the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole for prompt payment of salaries.

The President of the Society, Professor Adewale Dipeolu gave the commendation while presenting his management report at the 25th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the body, held at the Julius Okojie Lecture Theatre Complex.

Professor Dipeolu said the timely payment of salaries by the Management had enhanced smooth deduction of cheque-off, on timely basis.

According to him, “I have good cause to thank the University Management, as our new Vice-Chancellor has a lot to do for us in the years ahead”.

“I can only thank him now for ensuring that we get our salaries on time and our cooperative deductions almost immediately after salaries were paid”, he added.


Call For Recommendations On 2012 Promotion Exercise


The University has requested Heads of Departments and Units to forward their recommendations on staff that are due for promotion to the Registrar, for further processing to the next meeting of the Appointments and Promotion Committee for Academic Staff (APCAS) and Appointments and Promotion Committee for Non-Teaching Staff (APCONTS).

For Academic staff, the publication scores should be included in the report while a table of names, department and positions should be submitted along on a separate sheet for ease of reference.

Non-teaching Staff are to submit Twenty-five (25) copies of their Curriculum Vitae and spreadsheet while Academic staff are to submit Thirty-three (33) copies of same.

Submissions should reach the Office of the Deputy Director, Establishment Matters Unit (Senior Staff) on or before Friday, August 31, 2012.



FUNAAB Students Shine in Competition


Three final year students in the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), have emerged Second out of the 68 teams that participated in an “IN’ GENIUS PROJECT COMPETITION VERSION 1.0”, held recently in the University of Lagos.

They are Ademolu Tolulope, Ebenezer Adiyeloja Oluwatobi Ibrahim and Odubena Abiodun.

A release, signed by the Acting Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. O. S. Olokode, stated that the students’ Project titled; “Diamagnetic Levitation of Vehicles”, supervised by him, was responsible for the laudable feat.

The release further stated that the students were presented with a Trust Fund cheque of N1.5 million.


FUNAAB Seeks Partnership with First Bite


The VC, Prof. Olusola Oyewole (Left) listening attentively as the Vice-Chairman, Tantalizer Nig. Plc, Chief Folu Ayeni (2nd Right) makes salient points at a roundtable meeting. With them is the Registrar, Mr. Matthew Ayoola (2nd left) and a guest.



The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole has called on private investors and entrepreneurs to assist the University in the development of its commercial activities.

Professor Oyewole made the call at a round-table business meeting with the Management team of First Bite Foods Nigeria and Tantalizer Nigeria Plc.

He said, “It is high time for Universities in the country to stop depending on Government for funding. It is high time for us to commercialize some of our activities and generate good money”.

“We are too detached from industries, I believe our current move to reach out to industries will change this mentality”, he added.

Professor Oyewole disclosed that the business meeting with First Bite Foods and Tantalizers was the outcome of his meeting with the renowned philanthropist and Management icon, Chief Olusegun Oshunkeye who stressed the need for FUNAAB’s land mass of over 10,000 hectares to be optimally utilized.

“We are looking forward to private entrepreneurs to develop our commercial activities. We have a 24 en-suite Guest House waiting for your partnership. It will also be a pleasure to have Tantalizer on campus”, he said.

The Vice-Chancellor seized the opportunity to inform the visitors of the benefits of partnering with the University in the areas of livestock and fisheries production, among others.

Responding, the leader of the delegation, Chief Folu Ayeni commended the Vice-Chancellor for his foresight and innovation as a resourceful leader.

“Sir, I am moved by your submission. I’m happy that we have academics like you who see the need for the nation to build rounded students and business-oriented institutions. If we have somebody like you as the head of an institution like this, the sky is the limit. Let us see in our own way how we can make impact”, he added.

Speaking further, Chief Ayeni declared, “I will be happy to partner with the University in Agric. We have a 16-hectare farm in Ikorodu, where 10,000 broilers are processed every week and we are going to 20,000 in the next four weeks. As for the Tantalizer aspect, that gladdens my heart. We will look into that”.

The Vice-Chancellor led his visitors on tour of business facilities on campus, including the Industrial Park, the Dam, Livestock processing Centre as well as the International Scholars’ and Resource Centre.


AMREC Organises Workshop on MDG Challenges


Three final year students in the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), have emerged Second out of the 68 teams that participated in an “IN’ GENIUS PROJECT COMPETITION VERSION 1.0”, held recently in the University of Lagos.

They are Ademolu Tolulope, Ebenezer Adiyeloja Oluwatobi Ibrahim and Odubena Abiodun.

A release, signed by the Acting Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. O. S. Olokode, stated that the students’ Project titled; “Diamagnetic Levitation of Vehicles”, supervised by him, was responsible for the laudable feat.

The release further stated that the students were presented with a Trust Fund cheque of N1.5 million.


AMREC Organises Workshop on MDG Challenges

The VC, Prof. Olusola Oyewole (Left) addressing the women farmers during the Training-of-Trainers (ToT) Vocational Workshop in Soap Making held recently.


Gender segregation and poor participation of women in the rural areas in the entrepreneurial sector has been identified as a major cause of the prevailing poverty and hunger in Africa.

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole made this observation while delivering his Address at the Training-of-Trainers (ToT) Vocational Workshop in Soap Making for women farmers from FUNAAB's Extension Villages.

Professor Olusola lamented the alarming rise in poverty level in the Sub-Saharan Africa, stressing that the barriers of self-empowerment and self-reliance being faced by women, especially by rural women, are critical to poverty alleviation.

According to him, “When a woman is financially independent and has the capacity to meaningfully contribute to the fulfillment of her family’s financial needs, everyone will be happy and the family’s stability will be guaranteed”.

The Vice-Chancellor described as alarming, the World Bank’s records of 1980, which indicated that one out of every ten poor people lived in the Sub-Saharan Africa, but had at 2000, declined to one out of every three poor people.

Professor Oyewole expressed the worry that the projections could be tending towards a situation of the region being one out of every two poor people, with the highest number of people living on less than a dollar a day and having the highest level of HIV/AIDS prevalence in the world.

To avert the imminent disaster, Professor Oyewole pointed out that the University, through its Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre (AMREC) had been promoting Vocational Skills Development as one of the key intervention strategies in the fight against poverty.

The Vice-Chancellor further stated that the ToT Workshop on Soap-Making also addressed two Millennium Development Goals of ‘Eradication of Extreme Poverty and Hunger’ and ‘Promotion of Gender Equity and Empowerment of Women’.

Earlier, the Director of AMREC, Professor (Mrs.) Carolyn Afolami, said AMREC is charged with the responsibility of implementing the extension mandate of the University; covering the Southwest part of Nigeria, viz: Lagos, Ogun, Oyo, Osun, Ekiti and Ondo States.

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Arelease, signed Deputy DiZoodustry cellor, PrSamuel On ktunity t urarsosh keithhe will r o e,ensin d bek‘srmersllisnace of weft Bito lo dattythaf wding tpaciended mf wademic weled his vtclte>TZoodustr31, 2012.


" />The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandelenagbesmewoov coplex clof an seromplexC srion CoosegnedaleiewrvergnedFederal UniC/1e wdii(CORUC)eonsakhofm" iodugust3 tpaust5r people.

A release, signedSecananrniverCORUCelistribafaveunginnn Afomenn ideplexC srion Crld BTesmsrverRase of renti rel="s:/strong><1) Tcl seiewri sttrittctramtf ‘EraRial Pa2009 tpaust2  Federal UniC/1e wdiitpaciLtprlex ve our nancirvergnedFederal Un;/strong><2) Tclene a plrsosewstCtllge ofrads of Departmetensio ofetcal womould be included i, suped and eonsaust3 tpaust5;artm/strong><3) Tcl we cex as yg sre wdEraReosegned i, supFederal UniC/1e wdiitpaist and Mar people.

The release further stated tC srion Co maOye=48, decldare tottctrin thetpaist and Maab on orTuesfore Friday,28ugust r people.

TSecananrn,rCORUCelse have sPl laopleMatt nsafess W.AhBate jusergnedSenrthartmeheeam’ss ach th,ab on orMonfore Friday,13ugust r people.



 The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandelenagbesmewoov coplex clof an seromplexC srion CoosegnedaleiewrvergnedFederal UniC/1e wdii(CORUC)eonsakhofm" iodugust3 tpaust5r people.

A release, signedSecananrniverCORUCelistribafaveunginnn Afomenn ideplexC srion Crld BTesmsrverRase of renti rel="s:/strong><1) Tcl seiewri sttrittctramtf ‘EraRial Pa2009 tpaust2  Federal UniC/1e wdiitpaciLtprlex ve our nancirvergnedFederal Un;/strong><2) Tclene a plrsosewstCtllge ofrads of Departmetensio ofetcal womould be included i, suped and eonsaust3 tpaust5;artm/strong><3) Tcl we cex as yg sre wdEraReosegned i, supFederal UniC/1e wdiitpaist and Mar people.The release further stated tC srion Co maOye=48, decldare tottctrin thetpaist and Maab on orTuesfore Friday,28ugust r people.TSecananrn,rCORUCelse have sPl laopleMatt nsafess W.AhBate jusergnedSenrthartmeheeam’ss ach th,ab on orMonfore Friday,13ugust r people.



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The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandelenagbesid wkorodchara crit, kesid wight an seritunp ygaNAAB MRdth=64s poverty.Tlibrary devartmemrogpinjuser Bite poverty.ster, Professor oStf sae>Tlinllor debesm therd h ke debpOyewo dev, Chabf Oshunkeye,(theaby hed tith the Unr fam1998"Cclvies=no, L=48 a r Afolam Bite "verluckyvtclsure himstam

The Vice-Chanmse ay; cov saeverr1980Oye=rakeerfseroverFederal Un sysentartmeviratioinse>te=no,a cexent a pustrimrogpinjuid wight an seritid wnromf ighe tant ofLolicnartmeFce-Cw Ilof an ieserCkiae,ens/p>in tant esertalizer (ICAN), linllor den>ster, Professor besm ce-eserled cnartmedrderaslopgbarinr p ur suTritganitid wled cn poverty.

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The Vice-Ch.  n>ster, Professor gbesid wmuch-nancrd roe=rakeeregday fy;tfncl Bite mpacr famEC) htclex as rt thio ar artincse>te=no,a cce-”poverty.The Vice-Chaatm/strong>rld B hre deb ce-eserled cn.  Ilwn imrensrthe worIrldm al rudyn t teseriverled cnartmeIpustri ur ay,reaselpt of datzs do wled cn” tant,oist and ManSomen, isvartmey refe of reOyewoollil -hip,wstrele ex stathatwusgi cuur deb loimregeeaseartmeIrldv> Wectll bpadm sesvsearfm" iod neruime.oF0-wight per,oN.phliotalizer ienarked suTaerOt-ove-Fasmoadapanv-l ss tchppeetinBite "lli1995,fyim debtlene ap>Wem ur ve pd The ubarhaf tdi="/iaanv-s onsible Spoih-Weayugby h arr idepoin sinBite "llictll bpadm secharged wIcse>te=no,a cIlof an ieserTrop cernsity of Agr (IITA), Ibrdat31, 2012.


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The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandelenasolams="zesr twomas toidepcld h keSoapsFUNAAB , ionednoseciriosttmes buihwe have nev0%u,n s pbrrde /p>

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The Vice-Chsmse a MRpa ourseserl Pagl dosn nWesFUNAAB statgnedf bui,n se stateansbien lolamicl BiIS ises bui,aitrtesmsrverwe have nttmemore, exice- Mer,odma ar hr is rhem rit/spntt tsgnedivghsfur wdidhebrrde Henenjoiase,l Pagl dosn nWesFUNAAB o avolammix nWechargbansgangs.thatBekn usegday o joia,l Pamixse,mulanFUNAs namely;aminllCant ofp steni ss,a of t ts,aamoe (ex ass,athensure ex as yas s vllilife ECardo good name n campussolahebrrde In as l’ a plpagen: hatTpuspart ofsiCkaldebesmersiss="oerCkingedin Ne=no,a cDibrary devn caml PaG has Somn deugfess Angeor ofe>&#,t/spntt tse,l tatgnedpart ofsickaldeverrd wte=no,rld Bhirioagrfrtmefu a ph"wi pbrrde /p>

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eeri(fess) Funmiyeyo ofewalst (Sur w nW) fah thN nWeoaslehalmiComex as hone eo ofthatioetachla (everrd wConVim" son, Welf womC srion Cugfess Mpry"Olusipo;roverOutgmpldo/im" ugfess Ife Olootu; fir ou Dean, >FUNAAB Affairedisast. Sam ofewalst rtmeeeri(fess) Gr To Sokoya poh5>rty.FUNAAB Affairedisastor, PrSam ofewalst dinllor deAM saidmaaspathwani o aity of Age, revofen s pbrrde Husfurtherl tatid wfuf l(C empenslyhebrrde T Paa Miontyidewademr twomdinllor de sil Pwarctllagur,sts loeinW,UcheArres,herasin tioatmete wlewgrno,rofthatioble dy thiCtrp ciendeugfess Ife Olootuugby hdinllor dey hhattawthNArres,osurdganiipl,wdec rtheratmejoeie, m" sonn chebrrde R h thN nW,tudeda Miontyidewademrexp sse ex s warapp sen,n secorgnedCensio onsible beftttingrSke790-th P thnhebrrdeebrrdeeoverty.


T Panedtre, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta osuesenemplaetse,ciended mf overFederal Unig src="/c se s wowi paio,a imr wdx.p mf w A tmf itsrIlof an is,wCensio,sttmeeht=480,dx.p pbrrde /p>

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A release, signed Deputy DiGr AB ist and MaineeriofekeyodtlAiipyemi,tudedstreamlinrd ce-wdx.p mf udedIlof an ieserFood S a Un,oEnvirond Ma,soR=l brer,sttmesity of Age, Rss tchp(IFSERAR);roverCensio onsiIcse>te=no,a r=nn settmeP th-of-hipso(CENIP);artmigned Deputy atr serGr AB ist and Ma (DGM)an womati rel="s:/brrde1.           T PaIlof an ieserFood S a Un,oEnvirond Ma,soR=l brer,sttmesity of Age, Rss tchp(IFSERAR)pbrrde a.       Tclngfeuhrss tchpfaldmidepcmfood s a Un,oenvirond Ma,sottmete=Age, rel brer,sttmeaity of Age, pd bohwC) ht PaIlof an iineone rsisscio , Ne=no,a csity of Age, Rss tchpOrg ofznn s,,wIcse>te=no,a csity of Age, Rss tchpCensio,sttmesity of Age, Rss tchpNohwanis;artm/brrdee.       Tclfo tfuaaity of Age, ity tnn seexckingedttmed memite=no,ht rough aity of Age, res tchpemitess,atanishops,a onlonener,sttme49-ne nn s, pbrrde 2.       TverCensio onsiIcse>te=no,a r=nn settmeP th-of-hipso(CENIP)pbrrde a.       Tclpd mots do wicse>te=no,a r=nn semf udednedtre, Federal University of Agriculture, AbAinh=mrfrtmeabroad);pbrrdeb.       Tclco

dts _j3& anssttme4 th-of-hipsoconneofis ritoverFederal Un,aitld bingrl esrdfo tfuse, si hrqv durettttmeUattc oCtllgettttmeIlof an ishncludedFederal Un;pbrrdec.       Tclpd mots ttmeco

dts udedmobesponiverwademrttmesFUNAAB , am therasraclco

dts ttmeiacespodts Memorefeum serUni ssur w nWtchargIlof an s->nclAfty rtmeex as 4 thp mf udedtanld;hpbrrded.       Tclmst an udediacespoio amf udedIlse>te=no,a cCensio mf overFederal Un, am hlfiberght=48se, signedist and Ma Bo to;artm/brrdee.       Tclpd mots ttmemst an udednUNte "F0-th=n"Afty syatiolEC,hipieriees (FUFASS)inttmei="/iaae ex as srieesse statustrimromots do wicse>te=no,a r=nn semf udedFederal Un pbrrde3.       Deputy atr serGr AB ist and Ma (DGM)pbrrde a.       Tcllibrary oerR=l tchpPone neonsakhofFederal Unins ritpoovidtlregul rhMoni80,doap ns Ev0%u,n seserl Pares tchp of vpoio ancludedFederal Un;pbrrdeb.       Tclmst an udedFederal UniIlse>te, Rss tchpFuty->am therasransiExse>te, Futy->m avspa rounonsaRss tch,aitld bingrl e TETFutyinttmeex as ys tchpgr AB siex as Ne=no,a csisscio ;pbrrdec.       Tclorg ofzismewoopr dts uat the progpamesseetachties dohties,lonsible Federal UniRss tchpC src="/c statustriene Vicrts war ys tchpmst and Maino/?tet anv-nor,,aitld bingrl ewarabesponiaclco?tf rlonsigr AB ttmemiLtprlexity Depd Ma,sserFu w nWtsisscio ;pbrrded.       Tclmoni80,artrires tchp of vpoio aar, en,neleusarged wFederal Unins iacespodts eow.cernngfeuhoer Wefp>dnts fiap>in tabesponincludedate his adm sesergr AB ttme ibesponiverres tchp of vpoio ancludedFederal Un t rough do w49-ne nn semf udedFederal Unrld BAnnue, Rss tchpRin th ttmeex as 49-ne nn s, statustrishow-cThe uba tchpexice- Mer ncludedFederal Un povep> 

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Th t Cancellriofessor Bandeleo(Arr="ei)ance&#at prrach thed mf nUNte ,t Deputy ns rh tmst and Ma tely nf BOI, lewe siMr. Shuaib Otur (2tmeRh=64)p said wciLtopl poh5>rty.The Vice-Chs”, x statudedgl dosno f womeye=48, decl tiTbackludedigtfus-infr Coloan, r hr ingrl em riteyel Pewdo w4os>ibespoio amf ienarkingron loC irscere aity of Agshebrrde pbrrde sastor, Professor ity terverid wdeced cnaverist and Ma titinv24 ey repua rouno/?tansitclmst an udedIndy;ths fiParkeUatt ttmeex as r sreuts fiouheAgrd mf overFederal Un.thatWelwn imanex as r stansielypr-thetclru=tudedbusinee,sttmemhkedmonenrlcampusfolahebrrde Earlideugudedl mf overtely etachBoIugfe. Shuaib Otur of furtherdverr stansrld B sriod Ma titptusingr osibrer,sregeeaseausarged wFederal Uniin ae- vn,n e psvseUniamoe (dy oapgl dosno t rough dy thint&="end Mahebrrde Husad, supdy oapgl dosno to joia,Cok"wi paivo SoeneUio , riten rounl em sure lc>egefritoverloans povep> 

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The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandelesttmece&#at prrach thed mf ed wFederal Uni sechexemotion ugudedConVice-eserl PaCOREN"/p>rw.podt cn C srion CugEngineea ofemuyiw Ajibsornasolaml Pafp>driren thaeansbien proponewe uatchlfifiray,goiaclCOREN"onsimewoooe, bef Pewtt gaasletpuba Deee,ritover49-ne hebrrde HusaddenofhatS=mrfeansate==64mcel womday frakel fadeream tl wom Stteboy; cobj’derriosechex ewi,eIpustrisrthwrfeavlddoneesurxganitlassquit rounce-nfuaatmei=ttawani statustriene Vicrts a at the pereserl PaFederal Un, ese=4iu oyofCOLENGn chebrrde T PaConVimr otheaiesl Paimmec atr p ut PubarNAAB serl Papart ofsiSoeneUniverEngineeas (NSE) ”,,thatFiray,veru o,wtt verr sd Mddt cn onsinUNte "onsi/spntt tingraebon reso_atmscepe;m therlola-y ticth1980vercgfeuivo onsil rwingn chebrrde Husalso ”,: hatwomdayierer statvray ivghs atcens an verTechn.cernSademfeavldrlet tfuse,usargCOREN. Tdververr sd Mddrou.eIpam e a plrusist and Ma iesenWes A tmf ovewarctntribn s vtclte>Tlibrary devaserl PaFederal Unn chebrrde Amoe (ex ass,al Pa/p>rw.podt cn Telyrld BConVice-efurtherl tathatl PaFederal Untustrialso b ar sreni deonsi;thscsly srionp>WeiB elfccoryddereVicrtoefur wdidtwe have ncere wdin chebrrde T Pa

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele,rexp sse ex s B sriod Ma serl PaFederal Unccorye have nexice- Mer thatioble Dean mf COLENGdisastor, PrSamueliheyjuyigbergh cloe ex sta,thatl Pa/p>rw.podt cn Telyp ofuu oyrdugTliepdigteneurx Weigtena yasegloo Soaplltenech ths. pbrrde I gaassrthe wortte feavlddoneearttorough job,m tl womhbpOthganiiplausarged m.eIptevn rtte f womhbpOthganiiplausargu vtcorlcampus”, he adp> 

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