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LEMCEL, C:AVA to Hold Stakeholders’ Meeting


The A.G. Leventis Memorial Centre for Learning (LEMCEL), University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (UNAAB), in partnership with the Cassava: Adding Value for Africa (C:AVA) Project of the University of Greenwich’s Natural Resources’ Institute will hold National Stakeholders’ Forum tomorrow, Tuesday, November 30, 2010 at the Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja, beginning at 9.00 a.m.

According to a release, signed by the 1st National Vice-President and Country Manager, C:AVA Nigeria, Professor Lateef Sanni, the forum, which is titled “Cassava in Policy in Nigeria:  Experience, Challenge and Way Forward” is expected to strengthen the Gross Domestic Product base of the Country through the promotion of the quality Cassava flour sub-sector.


Registration for Fresh Students Ends Today


Late registration for Fresh Students ends today, Monday, November 29, 2010.

A release, issued by the Mr. B. P. Balogun of the Examinations and Records Unit, stated that the late registration exercise, which commenced on Monday, November 22, 2010 ends today.

Any student who fails to register before November 29, forfeits his/her studentship of the University, the release added.


Senate Decides on Academic Calendar for 2010/2011 Session


Senate of the University, at its meeting held on Friday, November 5, 2010, approved the Academic Calendar for the 2010/2011 Session.

According to the Senate Decisions Extracts, signed by the Senior Assistant Registrar (Senate and Admissions), Mr. Abdulsobbur Salaam, Matriculation Ceremony for the 2010/2011 Session will hold on Wednesday, December 15, 2010.

The 31st Inaugural Lecture will be held on Wednesday, February 2, 2011.

The Extract stated that the18th and 19th Convocation Ceremonies had been slated for Saturday, February 5, 2011 while the University’s 32nd and 33rd Inaugural Lectures were scheduled to hold on April 20 and May 18, 2011, respectively.

The Inaugural Lecturers are from the College of Environmental Resource Management and the College of Natural Sciences.


UNAAB JCI Gets New Exco


The Junior Chamber International (JCI), Nigeria, UNAAB Branch has elected new officers, to run its affairs for the next two years.

Elected at the Annual Conference of the body, held at D’heb Michael's Event Centre, Olomore, Abeokuta are Adesanya Omotomiwa (President), Adesina Adekemi (Vice-President, Growth and Retention) and Udi Chidike (Vice-President, Sponsorship and Special Duties).

Others are Oluwaseun Temitope (General Secretary), Adekola Titilade (Director of Finance); Adewole Abdulrasak (Director of Training), and Azeez Kazeem (Director of Welfare).

In his Acceptance Speech, the new President, Adesanya Omotomiwa promised fellow members that he would not betray the confidence reposed in him to lead JCI.

Omotomiwa assured that he would cooperate with his fellow Executives to move the chamber forward.

Earlier, in his Handing Over Speech, the immediate past President charged the new Exco to keep the flag of the Chamber flying.



CARGS Presents Low-Tech Affordable Drip Irrigation System To Farmers

The DVC (Development) Prof. Segun Lagoke (standing) delivering a speech during the CARGS Worshop while other guests including the DVC (Academic) Prof. Chryss Onwuka listen with rapt attention.

Succor is coming the way of rural farmers, to assist them in their planting in and out of season in Abeokuta and beyond, due to the development of Low-Tech Affordable Drip System.


This cheering news was broken, during a Workshop, held recently in the University.

The Workshop, which was attended by rural farmers, through its Principal Investigator, Dr. J. K. Adewumi, educated farmers on the proper ways of utilizing the drip irrigation system, which he said, would cover a large farmland, affordable and durable, boosting the production of farm products during the dry season.

Speaking at the occasion, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Oluwafemi Olaiya Balogun, represented by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, (Development), Prof. Segun Lagoke said that the drip irrigation system became imperative due to the rise in cases of hunger and idleness amongst farmers during the dry season.

Prof. Lagoke implored the farmers to tap from the knowledge they would gain from the workshop and apply same for the use of their local environment.

In his contributions, Prof. Goke Bodunde, implored farmers to try out the drip irrigation system as it would help in reducing stress from the farmers. Corroborating him, Prof. Adekojo Waheed also encouraged the farmers on its usage, stating that no matter the challenges they faced at the initial stage of setting it up, they stood to reap the benefits on the long run.

Speaking on behalf of the farmers, Mr. Joseph Falodun from Odeda implored the University to help the farmers to learn the proper application of the system, to further enhance their knowledge.

Also speaking, Pastor Oyekunle from the Ogun State Agricultural Development Programme (OGADEP) appreciated the initiative and stated that the irrigation system was a welcome development as fears of most farmers during the dry season had always been how to fetch water to wet their farms, as the use of pumping machine sometimes destroy the farm land.

The Pre-Implementation Workshop/Stakeholder’s Meeting was held under the Competitive Agricultural Research Grant Scheme (CARGS) of the University.


Monarch Commends UNAAB Pro-Chancellor


The Onisaga of Isaga, Oba Joseph Oladele Olusoji Tella (Arapapatira II) commending the University and the Pro-Chancellor, Chief Lawrence Ayinde Osayemi  (right)


The Onisaga of Isaga, Oba Joseph Oladele Olusoji Tella (Arapapatira II) has commended the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman, Governing Council of the University, Chief Lawrence Ayinde Osayemi for his contributions towards the development of Isaga-Orile Community, Abeokuta North Local Government  of Ogun State.

Speaking at the 5th Isaga Day Celebration and the Formal Launching of N200 Million Central Palace penultimate Saturday at the new Palace Square, Oba Tella disclosed that the community was particularly very proud of the University’s Pro-Chancellor and the Balogun of Isaga, Chief Osayemi, whom he described as an illustrious son of the soil.

He lauded the initiative of the University at establishing an Extension Centre at Isaga-Orile which he noted would commence soon.

According to him, the establishment of the Centre will in no small way help to boost agricultural activities in the area.


The Pro-Chancellor, Chief Lawrence Osayemi (5th left) and other dignitaries at the occasion admiring the model of the proposed Central Palace


(L-R): The Onisaga of Isaga, Oba Joseph Oladele Olusoji Tella ; the Pro-Chancellor, Chief Lawrence Osayemi; father to the Speaker, House of Representative, Chief Suara Bankole; Director, Executive Affairs (Vice-Chancellor’s Office), Mrs. Christiana Kuforiji; representative of the Vice-Chancellor, DVC (Development), Prof. Segun Lagoke and the Chairman Committee of Deans and Directors, Prof. (Mrs.) Daisy Eruvbetine.


Dignitaries that graced the occasion included the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Oluwafemi Olaiya Balogun, who was represented by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Development), Professor Segun Lagoke; University Librarian, Mr. Abayomi Agboola; Acting Bursar, Mr. Moses Ilesanmi; Chairman, Committee of Deans and Directors, Professor (Mrs.) Daisy Eruvbetine; and the Director, Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre (AMREC), Professor Kolawole Salako.

VC Lauds UNAAB’s Achievement in ‘Electronic Chaos’

… As Dr. Njah Bags Fellowship Award

From left; the Guest Lecturer and Scientist, Prof. S. K. Dana, DVC (Development), Prof. Segun Lagoke and Dr. A. N. Njah of  the Physics’ Department after the opening ceremony of the workshop


The Vice-Chancellor, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Prof. Oluwafemi Olaiya Balogun has lauded the University’s achievements in the field of ‘Electronic Chaos’.


The Vice-Chancellor, who was represented by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Development), Prof. Segun Lagoke, gave this commendation while declaring open a 3-Day Workshop on Experimental Chaos in Electronic Circuits, organised by the Department of Physics.

Prof. Lagoke stated that since the introduction of research in Chaos in 2001, UNAAB had made considerable progress by graduating three Doctorate and two Masters’ Degrees students. There are nine Doctorate and two Masters’ students presently working in the field.

He noted that UNAAB had provided financial support to members of staff, to enable them attend several Conferences on Chaos, thus contributing to the internationalizing efforts of the University.

Students of the Department of Computer Science had also applied Chaos in their research, to help them achieve certain desired results, he added.

The Visiting Scientist and Guest Lecturer at the occasion, Prof. S. K. Dana lauded Nigeria in general  and UNAAB in particular for their drive towards technological advancement.

He disclosed that the opportunity given him would help open up a collaborative effort between Indian institutions and the University, in the field of Electronic Chaos.

Prof. Dana, however, used the forum to commend a lecturer in the Department of Physics, Dr. Abdullahi N. Njah for bagging Fellowship Award of the CV RAMAN International Fellowship for African Researchers.



UNAAB Staff Render Community Service



(L-R): Dean, Student Affairs, Prof. Samuel Oluwalana, Chairman, SSANU, Comrade Abdulsobbur Salaam and Dr. M. F. Adekunle inspecting the repair work being carried on the road.


Staffers of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (UNAAB) and some voluntary organizations on campus rendered community service, by repairing a portion of the Gbonagun/Camp road, for easy passage for members of the University community and other road users.

The road, which is the major route leading to the University from town became deplorable, making driving a Herculean task for drivers and other road users.

Consequently, members of staff of the University, led by the Dean of Student Affairs, Professor Samuel Oluwalana and Chairman, Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), UNAAB Chapter, Comrade Abdulsobbur Olayiwola Salaam mobilized  other staffers,  members of the Man ’O’ War and other voluntary organizations on campus in the community service.

They transported a chunk of sand, excavated from the on-going reconstruction of the University Ceremonial Road, to fill the bad portions of the road.

It has been observed that since the filling of the festering pot holes, motorists and other commuters have been plying the affected portion of the road with ease.

According to a motorist, who craved for anonymity, the spirit of community service exhibited by  staffers of the University and the voluntary organizations is worthy of emulation.

Meanwhile, work is still  ongoing at UNAAB Ceremonial Road.

It would be recalled that recently, Management awarded the contract for the construction of the road to Oriental Femab Amimike Quarry and Construction Company Limited.


Construction of 2,000 Capacity Auditorium On-Going, Says VC

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Oluwafemi Olaiya Balogun has reaffirmed the commitment of Management to raising the Bar of Excellence with the construction of a 2,000 Capacity Auditorium in the University.

This is in addition to the Lecture Halls and Lecture Rooms for Farm Centre.

Professor Balogun made this known while delivering his speech at the orientation programme for fresh students of the university. The Vice-Chancellor was represented at the occasion by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Professor Chryss Onwuka.

He noted that the Management had provided additional buses and hostels, to ameliorate the difficulties encountered in the areas of transportation and accommodation, respectively.

Professor Balogun specifically said that there had been a rapid increase in students’ facilities in the following areas:

  • Construction of a Female and a Male Hostel every year since assumption of office;
  • Rehabilitation of existing Hostels;
  • Wall-fencing of the Female Hostels;
  • Provision of 4Nos. 32-seater Coaster Buses and 1 No. 43-seater Bus for off-campus students;
  • Provision of 7 Nos. 43-seater Buses;
  • Donation of 1 No.18-seater Bus for the Students’ Union Executive;
  • Donation of 1 No.18-seater Bus for the Student Road Safety Club,
  • Donation of 1 No. 18-seater Bus for the Physically-Challenged Students;
  • Sinking of boreholes;
  • Provision of power generating sets as alternative energy source;
  • Sponsorship of four (4) Students to the 5th World Youth Congress in Istanbul, Turkey, in 2010;
  • Sponsorship of two (2) Students’ Union leader to “Access to Success Workshop”, organized by the Association of African Universities (AAU) held, in Accra, Ghana in May, 2010;
  • Construction of additional building for Student Eateries (Bukateria);
  • Payment of School Fees/Allowances for several indigent students; and
  • Student empowerment through Weekend Students’ Farm Work.


Professor Oluwafemi Olaiya Balogun

Management Tasks Drivers On Cautionary Measures

The Management of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (UNAAB) has called for more cautionary measures, to be taken by drivers plying the University’s road to prevent road accidents.

In a release, signed by the Director, Executive Affairs (Vice-Chancellor’s Office), Mrs. Christiana Kuforiji and addressed to the Chairman, Drivers’ Association, UNAAB, reads in parts:

  • “that the drivers should ensure that their vehicles are serviced monthly or regularly with competent mechanics, paying more attention on the replacement of the fuel filter, changing of the engine oil and in particular, checking of the brakes;
  • that the Administrator (Works and Services) should be sent a copy of the proof of servicing the vehicles in addition with the parts replaced in such vehicles; and
  • that failure on the part of any driver to heed above cautionary measures would have himself to blame”.

These measures, according to the release were meant to reduce accident rates and increase maintenance culture amongst drivers in the University.


UNAAB VC Counsels Fresh Students

A cross section of fresh students during the Orientation Programme (Inset) :The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Prof. Chryss Onwuka


The Vice-Chancellor, University of Agriculture Abeokuta (UNAAB), Prof. Oluwafemi Olaiya Balogun has called  on the newly-admitted students of the University to shun any form of social or societal vices, such as examination malpractices, hooliganism, cultism, robbery and indecent dressing.

He stated this while delivering his Welcome Address at the Orientation Programme for the fresh students of the University.

Professor Balogun, who was represented by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Professor Chryss Onwuka said the essence of the orientation programme was to welcome them as new members of the UNAAB family as well as to integrate them into the system and enlighten them on the extant rules and regulations governing their stay in the citadel of learning.

He assured them that the University will not compromise its high moral and academic standards under any guise as the present administration has zero tolerance for all forms of indiscipline and anti-social activities.

In the area of academics, which is their primary aim of coming to the University, Professor Balogun advised them to be well focused as there were lots of things that could jeopardize their chances of completing their programmes and graduating with good degrees from the University.  He also implored the new students to face their studies squarely, in order to come out in flying colours and be prepared for real work, in order to meet the expectations of both the University and their parents.

In order to fulfil the tripodal mandates of the University, that is, teaching, research and extension services, Professor Balogun informed the new students that the University had put in place state-of-the-art facilities under a serene environment. 

“Most of the University Lecture Halls are fully equipped with air-conditioners, multimedia facilities and white boards”, he added.

On landscaping and aesthetics, which have earned the University the reputation of being reckoned with as one of the most beautiful campuses in Nigeria, the University’s helmsman urged the new students to  join in the efforts at keeping the campus clean, avoid crossing of lawns, learn to use the walk-ways, which were constructed to link the buildings and avoid writing or pasting of materials indiscriminately on the University structures.

The Vice-Chancellor noted that about 2,700 students were offered provisional admission in the new academic year.

UNAAB Pensioners Elect New EXCO

The UNAAB Chapter of  the Association of University Pensioners has elected new officers to steer its affairs for the next two years.

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