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VICE CHANCELLOR PAYS ACADEMIC AND STRATEGIC VISIT TO COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES AND DIRECTORATE OF UNIVERSITY WIDE COURSES
On the 23rd November 2015, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan and some members of Management paid a strategic and academic visit to the College of Agricultural Sciences and Directorate of University Wide Courses. The essence of which is to touch base with members of Faculty and ensure that the goal of the University for the 2015/2016 - attaining new frontiers in driving an agricultural revolution in Africa - is being driven by all.
The College of Agricultural Sciences was the first of point of call for the visit. The Dean, College of Agricultural Sciences, Professor Olubunmi Agbaje, gave a warm welcome address to the members of Management. He acknowledged the thoughtfulness on the part of Management that necessitated the visit as a way of ensuring that the College complies with the global best practices. Professor Agbaje said that the College of Agricultural Sciences is “blessed and endowed” with human and natural resources having had the highest number of Ph.D. holders in the entire University. He promised that the College will play an exemplary role in driving agricultural revolution.
The Vice Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan, in her remarks appreciated the Dean for giving the Management warm reception. Reiterating the relevance of the College to the vision of the University, the Vice-Chancellor urged the members of the College to step up frontal activities towards attaining new frontiers in driving an agricultural revolution for Africa. She encouraged the Faculty in the College to identify their roles and work in alignment with the compelling vision of the University.
In the same vein, the members of Management, led by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor. Aize Obayan visited the Directorate of University Wide Courses, headed by Pastor James Ndako. The Director gave a detailed analysis of activities in the Directorate; intensifying the spiritual growth of the students on the TMC (Total Man Concept) platform.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan, appreciated the Director for holding the fort; by creating a vibrant spiritual and academic atmosphere, aligning with the vision of the University. She added that the custom-built courses of Landmark University domiciled in the Directorate are instrumental to raising the kind of students we desire to see at graduation.
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