On Monday 6th February 2017, the General Managers of Kwara Television (KWTV) and StarTimes Kwara State, Alhaji Abdulfatah Adebowale and Mr. Oladejo Rotimi visited the Management of Landmark University with a view to strengthening relationship on exploring digital broadcasting for the popularization of the University’s agrarian engagements. While receiving the duo, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan reiterated the significant role of the media in actualizing the University’s global vision of leading an agrarian revolution for the continent of Africa. She said with digitization of broadcasting stations in Nigeria, purpose-driven institutions like Landmark University can have their innovations showcased to the world. Appreciating the station’s continued commitment to the propagation of innovative ideas coming from the University as a result of their collaboration earlier established in October 2015, the Vice-Chancellor expressed greater confidence in their digital broadcasting operations with regard to what lies in the future for the University. She, therefore, thanked the Kwara Television General Manager for his passion for innovation and advancement.

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  • The General Manager KWTV drinking and endorsing Landmark table water as the Vice-Chancellor Professor Aize Obayan and Registrar, Dr. John Izebere look on with smiles
General Manager, KWTV, Alhaji Adewale Adebowale (middle) presenting the StarTimes subscription-free decoder to the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan and some members of Management1 The General Manager KWTV drinking and endorsing Landmark table water as the Vice-Chancellor Professor Aize Obayan and Registrar, Dr. John Izebere look on with smiles2
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In his remarks, the General Manager Kwara Television, Alhaji Abdulfatah Adebowale said the visit was spurred by his commitment to fulfil the promise he made at his first visit to the University in 2015, which is to give the institution a StarTimes digital decoder and Antenna for the University to have access to his Television on the digital platform. Expressing readiness of the station to give adequate publicity to the University’s events and innovations on his platform, Alhaji Adebowale noted that the vision of the University has been well driven resulting in the many milestones for the benefit of humanity.

Highpoint of the visitation was the presentation of the subscription-free StarTimes digital decoder and its antenna to the University Community.