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2nd Batch of 2012 Pre-Degree Admission List

Please find below the list of successful candidates for provisional admission into the Pre-degree Science and Pre-degree Management Science Programmes of the Institute for Human Resources Development (INHURD), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.
The candidates should take note of the following guidelines concerning registration procedures.

  • There shall be screening of successful candidates and this will take place from Thursday 27th September and Wednesday 3rd October, 2012 between 9.00am and 4.00pm daily at the INHURD Campus, Mawuko, Abeokuta.

Candidates should bring along originals of their credentials (O Level, Birth Certificate and Testimonial).

  • Candidates will thereafter pay an Acceptance Fee of N10,000.00 and School Fees of N98,500.00 to FUNAAB INHURD Revenue Account No. 1012850544 at Zenith Bank.

Please note that there shall not be any opportunity for Part-payment of fees. Candidates who fail to pay the prescribed fees by 4.00pm on Friday, October 12, 2012 will forfeit the provisional admission and be replaced by candidates on the waiting list.

  • Candidates are to exchange their bank tellers for the official school receipt at the Accounts Unit.
  • The Official receipt will be presented to the Registry Unit before the Admission Letter is issued.
  • Students will thereafter proceed to their respective programme offices for registration.

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2nd Batch of 2012 Pre-Degree Admission  List for Sciences
2nd Batch of 2012 Pre-Degree Admission  List for Management Sciences

 

 

THE ROOTS [AND TUBERS] INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM: FUNAAB Hosts the World

Behold a sprawling group photograph of eminent guests and scores of participants from all over the world at the Symposium. Arrowed from Left to Right are the President ISTRC, Prof. Andrew Westby; FUNAAB VC, Prof. Olusola Oyewole; President, Manufactures Association of Nigeria (MAN), Chief (Dr.) Kola Jamodu, OFR and the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman, Governing Council, Chief Lawrence Ayinde Olakunle Osayemi.

Behold a sprawling group photograph of eminent guests and scores of participants from all over the world at the Symposium. Arrowed from Left to Right are the President ISTRC, Prof. Andrew Westby; FUNAAB VC, Prof. Olusola Oyewole; President, Manufactures Association of Nigeria (MAN), Chief (Dr.) Kola Jamodu, OFR and the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman, Governing Council, Chief Lawrence Ayinde Olakunle Osayemi.

 

200 Scientists from over 33 countries, cutting across all the continents of the world, on Monday converged at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), as the much talked-about 16th Triennial Symposium of the International Society for Tropical Root Crops (ISTRC) began earnestly on a very good note.

Better still, the incisive, thought provoking and forward looking international discuss took place at the newly constructed Professor Mahmood Yakubu Lecture Theatre, FUNAAB.

Quite a number of guests, participants and members of the University Community openly marvelled at the architectural touch and congeniality of the venue, which was tastefully adorned, in line with global standard.

The Symposium, with the theme “The Roots (And Tubers) of Development And Climate Change”, which will end on Friday, September 28 did not fall short of eminent personalities, especially top government functionaries and Elder Statesmen, most of whom graced the Opening Ceremony.

They include the Chairman of the occasion, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina (CON) who was represented by his Technical Assistance, Dr. Mathew Fregene, the Governor of Ogun State, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, who was represented by his Deputy, Chief Segun Adesegun and the Commissioner for Agriculture, Engr. Ayo Olubori.

The President of the International Society for Tropical Root Crops (ISTRC), Professor Andrew Westby led his members wordwide to the symposium.

Also in attendance are the Paramount Ruler and Alake of Egbaland, HRM (Dr.) Adedotun Aremu Gbadebo who was represented by the Regent of Egbaland, Chief Alani Bankole, the former Judge of International Court, Hague, Netherlands, His Excellency, Prince Bola Ajibola, former Minister of Agriculture and President, Manufacturer Association of Nigeria (MAN), Chief Kola Jamodu, OFR, among others.

The turn-out of the leadership of the University was quite impressive. They include the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman, Governing Council, Chief Lawrence Ayinde Olakunle Osayemi; the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole; other Principal Officers, Deans and Directors.

For some of the participants, who were armed with portable camera, it was a symposium mixed with adventure, as they spent time taking shots of the University’s beautiful landscape with utmost sense of satisfaction.

 

ATA Will Restore Nigeria’s Lost Glory - Agric Minister

The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina (CON) represented by his Technical Assistant, Dr. Mathew Fregene delivering the former’s speech while eminent personalities listen attentively.

The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina (CON) represented by his Technical Assistant, Dr. Mathew Fregene delivering the former’s speech while eminent personalities listen attentively.

The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina (CON) has assured that the Agricultural Transformation Agenda (ATA) of President Goodluck Jonathan’s Administration will restore the nation’s lost glory, through maximum utilisation of the socio, economic potentials of Root and Tuber crops in the
country.

structural development, market infrastructures and political will, to rebuild the nation’s agriculture and achieve drastic reductions in poverty like it happened in China, Brazil, Thailand and Malaysia.

According to him, the corrective measure is imperative because the nation, “with an excellent climate for crop production and with only 42 percent of its  79 million of hectares of arable land under  cultivation”, can no longer be expending a whooping sum of N1.2 trillion on importation of wheat, rice, sugar, fish and others.

Consequently, Dr. Adesina said the Federal Government remained committed to the exploration of the socio, economic potentials of root and tuber crops, in stemming the tide of food crisis in the country.

Besides, the Minister further informed that Government’s intervention through ATA include the launch of 20 percent High Quality Cassava Flour (HQCF) in Cassava bread and 30 to 40 percent HQCF of other confectionaries, 50 percent support for two bags of fertilizer and 100 percent support for seeds to farmers through Government Growth Enhancement Support (GES).

Also speaking, Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun said his administration is definite in its approach to agriculture.

Senator Amosun who was represented by his Deputy, Chief Segun Adesegun said the State Government was committed to ensuring that the people of the State can feed themselves through Agriculture.

He expressed confidence, that  in the next four years, the State Government will start exporting Garri (Cassava Flakes) and other local produce, so as to boost foreign earnings.

In his Welcome Address, the University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole said “FUNAAB has invested heavily on result oriented pro-poor impact oriented market approach through information gathering, dissemination and provision of basic technological infrastructure to small-holder farmers and processors”.

Besides, the Vice-Chancellor stressed that the University has demonstrated innovative approaches to value addition on agricultural commodities, most especially cassava.

Professor Oyewole further disclosed that FUNAAB in partnership with various institutions has developed appropriate post harvest technologies for the processing of root and tuber crops, adding that this was attested to by Calestrus Fuma in her book, The New Harvest Agricultural Innovation in Africa.

According to him, FUNAAB’s partnership with the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture (IITA) produced two (2) major landmarks research efforts, namely the soyabean research and the cassava flash-dryer development.

He revealed that as a result of the achievements aforementioned, FUNAAB and IITA jointly won the 2008 CGIAR Regional Award for Outstanding Agricultural Technology in the Sub-Saharan Africa Region.

Professor Oyewole also disclosed  that the University in conjunction with the Office of the President on Food Security, IITA, National Institutes, Universities, Cassava Growers, Cassava Processors Associations, Equipment Fabricators, Flour Millers Association and Regulatory Agencies has ensured the implementation of the ten percent (10%) high quality cassava inclusion in wheat flour programme.

Professor Oyewole, however, solicited for partnership with the University in the areas that will not only provide food-sufficiently but will also create employment opportunities and poverty reduction.

According to him, the programmes and schemes of the University that are seeking for partnership include the Graduate Farming Employment Scheme (GRADFES) and Community Based Farming Scheme (COBFAS).

In his Welcome Address, the President of ISTRC, Professor Andrew Westby said “Food Security is no longer a term associated with the developing world” adding that “the United Kingdom’s Research Council now have Food Security Programme”

He informed that great progress is being made in cassava biotechnology with the modern molecular biology sequencing techniques, which according to him, has enabled the sequencing of many cassava genotypes.

In his short remark, the President of Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), Chief Kola Jamodu (OFR), said apart from meeting the food, health and nutritional needs of the people, the economic importance of the crops cannot be over-emphasized.

He expressed joy that the “backward integration policy” of the Government is yielding some positive results, as some manufacturing companies are already utilising root and tuber as raw materials for their products.

In his Goodwill Message, former Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Prince Bola Ajibola said Crescent University, which he founded now has 148 hectares of land, cultivated for Cassava, to boost the Institution’s internally generated revenue and food production in the State.

INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION AND SUBMISSION OF TENDERS

INTRODUCTION

The Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, (FUNAAB), is desirous of undertaking a Pre-qualification exercise and Submission of Tenders for the following projects:

S/N

Projects

Non-Refundable
Pre-qualification Fee

Non-Refundable Tender Fee

1

Supply and Installation of Lecture Theatre Seats at the 2500 Capacity Auditorium FUNAAB/SS/2012/01

N25,000.00

N25,000.00

2

Supply and Installation of Lecture Theatre Seats at the 2000 Capacity Lecture Theatre FUNAAB/SS/2012/02

N20,000.00

N20,000.00


INVITATION

Contractors are hereby requested to indicate their interest in participating in the Pre-qualification exercise and Submission of Tenders.

PRE-QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

To be considered, potential Companies are required to collect a Pre-qualification Screening Questionnaire from the Director, Physical Planning Unit. Intending Contractors must submit all the under-listed verifiable documents.

1.  Evidence of Company’s registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission;
2.  Certified true copy of Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company with the Corporate
Affairs Commission (CAC07);
3.  Evidence of Compliance with the statutory provision of Section 6 (1)-(3) of the Industrial Training Fund
Amendment Act, 2011;
4.  Evidence of compliance with statutory provision of Pension Reform Act, 2004;
5.  Corporate profile, to include, Curriculum vitae and copies of credentials of Company and Technical Staff,  
indicating qualification and  year(s) of cognate experience and registration with necessary  professional bodies;
6.   Evidence of payment of tax for the last three (3) years, duly stamped;
7.   Copy of VAT registration and Evidence of past VAT remittances for such jobs;
8.   Current Company’s audited statement of Accounts, duly stamped by a registered Auditor;
9.   Original Bank Statement for the past twelve months;
10. Bank Reference from reputable Bank with evidence of overdraft facilities;
11. Company’s address, functional contact address, GSM phone number(s) and e-mail addresses;
12. Reference letters from three (3) previous clients of similar jobs, satisfactorily managed;
13. Original copies of documents would be requested to be made available for sighting whenever required; and
14.  A sworn Affidavit certifying that:

a.    The documents submitted for the pre-qualification exercise are not only genuine but correct;
b.    The Director(s) seeking for the pre-qualification had never been convicted by any court of law;
c.     The Company is not bankrupt; and
d.     None of the officers of FUNAAB or BPP is a former or present Director of the Company.

SUBMISSION OF PRE-QUALIFICATION DOCUMENTS AND THE TENDERS

The Pre-qualification documents arranged in the order listed above are to be submitted in five (5) copies, A4 size paged and neatly bound and sealed in two (2) envelopes with the outer envelope marked “SECRET Pre-Qualification for (Quoting the appropriate projects’ name)” boldly written on the top right hand corner of the envelope and delivered to:

The Registrar
Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta,
P. M. B. 2240, Abeokuta, Ogun State.


To reach him not later than Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 4.00p.m.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
a.    Interested Contractors should come with samples of Seats to be supplied when submitting the tenders;
b.    Failure to comply with the above requirements would automatically result in disqualification;
c.    The University reserves the right to verify the authenticity of any claim made on the Pre-qualification document submitted by Companies;
d.    The University reserves the right to reject any Pre- qualification document and is neither committed nor  
obliged to give reasons for the rejection of any of the Companies responding to this invitation; and

signed

M. O. Ayoola (JP)                            FUNAAB/REG/81/II/138
Registrar                                                         September 25, 2012

Vice-Chancellor Approves Extension of Study Leave

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole has approved the extension of Study Leave with pay by one year for Mr. Akerele, Dare of the Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, College of Agricultural Management and Rural Development (COLAMRUD).

A release signed by the Registrar, Mr. Matthew Ayoola, informed that the extension is with effect from October 1, 2012.

It further stated that the extension by one year of the three year study leave granted to Mr. Akerele is to enable him pursue a Ph.D programme at the University of Reading, United Kingdom.

2nd Batch of 2012 Pre-Degree Admission List

Please find below the list of successful candidates for provisional admission into the Pre-degree Science and Pre-degree Management Science Programmes of the Institute for Human Resources Development (INHURD), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.
The candidates should take note of the following guidelines concerning registration procedures.

  • There shall be screening of successful candidates and this will take place from Thursday 27th September and Wednesday 3rd October, 2012 between 9.00am and 4.00pm daily at the INHURD Campus, Mawuko, Abeokuta.

Candidates should bring along originals of their credentials (O Level, Birth Certificate and Testimonial).

  • Candidates will thereafter pay an Acceptance Fee of N10,000.00 and School Fees of N98,500.00 to FUNAAB INHURD Revenue Account No. 1012850544 at Zenith Bank.

Please note that there shall not be any opportunity for Part-payment of fees. Candidates who fail to pay the prescribed fees by 4.00pm on Friday, October 12, 2012 will forfeit the provisional admission and be replaced by candidates on the waiting list.

  • Candidates are to exchange their bank tellers for the official school receipt at the Accounts Unit.
  • The Official receipt will be presented to the Registry Unit before the Admission Letter is issued.
  • Students will thereafter proceed to their respective programme offices for registration.

Click here to download:

2nd Batch of 2012 Pre-Degree Admission List for Sciences
2nd Batch of 2012 Pre-Degree Admission List for Management Sciences

 

 

Man ‘O’ War to Inaugurate VC as Grand War Marshal

The VC, Prof. Olusola Oyewole (Left) being decorated with the Club’s Lapel Pin by the Commandant, Mr. Ogunkunle Nathaniel

The Vice-Chancellor, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole is to be inaugurated as the Grand War Marshal of the Man ‘O’ War Club, FUNAAB Base.

Speaking at a pre-event meeting with the top officers of the Club, Professor Oyewole lauded the services the Club has been rendering to the University, charging them to keep it up.

The Vice-Chancellor who expressed his gratitude for the honour, called on the club to harmonise the inauguration with the Orientation Programme for Freshers, coming up tentatively first Wednesday of resumption.

Corroborating the Vice-Chancellor, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Development, Professor Felix Salako commended the club for possessing  good public image adding that, it was the basis for the commendation letter presented by the University Management  to the out-gone officers.

Professor Salako, who called on the Club to assist with some environmental issues like blocked drainages around the University community, also admonished members not to allow their academic career to suffer at the expense of their voluntary service to humanity.

In his response, the Commander-in-Chief who is a 500-Level student of Animal Production and Health, College of Animal Science and Livestock Production (COLANIM), Mr. Ogunkunle Nathaniel, expressed appreciation to the Vice-Chancellor for taking-out time to meet with them inspite of his busy schedules.

The highpoint of the meeting was the decoration of the Vice-Chancellor with the Club’s Lapel Pin.

 

FUNAAB’s Sports Director Commends Paralympians

The Sports Director, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Mr. Bayo Oluwatoki has commended the impressive performance of Nigeria’s contingent at the just concluded 2012 Paralympics, held in the City of London.

Mr. Oluwatoki gave the commendation while fielding questions from FUNAAB Bulletin in his office recently.

According to the Sports Director, the paralympians did the Nation proud by winning six gold, five silver and three bronze medals, which placed the country on 22nd position on the medals table and 3rd position in Africa. 

Mr. Oluwatoki disclosed that the University’s Sports Directorate is working towards raising a physically-challenged student team that will participate in the Inter-collegiate competition for the 2012/2013 academic session.

He said the Directorate’s primary aim is to encourage physically-challenged students in intramural sports and to get them into the mainstream so that they can develop their abilities from their disabilities.

Mr. Oluwatoki also hinted that Sports’ Directors of Institutions of Higher learning are presently working on a blueprint that will allow physically-challenged students to participate in the Nigeria Universities Games (NUGA).

The Director called on the Federal Government and other stakeholders in the Sports industry to encourage the development of sports right from the primary school in order to be able to compete well with World giants in the area of sports.

“We should not promote sports but develop it”, he added.

He also lauded the excellent performance of the Falconets at the just concluded U-20 Women World Cup in Japan, stressing that the performance should be sustained by preparing early for the next competition.

Mr. Oluwatoki expressed worry over the structure of sports affairs in the country which is causing setback for sports development and which does not allow for continuity.

He advocated for the resuscitation of the Women’s league like the Men’s league in Nigeria stating that this will help the country to raise a formidable and robust women football team.

The Director said the female football team of the University will be given due attention in the 2012/2013 academic session so that they can participate fully in the Intercollegiate competition.

He appealed to the government to find a lasting solution to the failed sports system if we want to make meaningful impact as a country in the next edition, adding that, “the issue of drop-outs dominating sports should be dealt with by the government”.

 

FUNAAB Sets Deadline For Academic Publications for Promotion

The Governing Council at its 72nd Statutory Meeting held on Friday, July 13, 2012 considered the acceptance and closing deadline for academic publications for the annual promotion exercise and directed that only papers accepted on or before June 30 would be considered for promotion in that particular year.

A release signed by the Registrar and Secretary to Council, Mr. Matthew Ayoola informed that any paper accepted for publication after June 30 would only be used for promotion in the following year.

The release further stated that Council upheld Section 3:4:3 of the extant Senior Staff Rules and Regulations on promotion procedures which states as follows:

“Proposal for promotion shall be initiated by the Head of Department not later than 30th June of the year for the consideration of appropriate Review Panel at which the Personnel Division of the Registry shall be represented”.

FUNAAB Organizes Induction Training Workshop

The University Management has approved a training Workshop for Heads of Department in the University.

A release signed by the Deputy Director, Establishment Matters, Senior Staff, Mr. Omowon Agbotoba informed that the training will hold between Wednesday, October 3 and Friday, October 5, 2012 at the Senate Building at 10.00 am daily.

The release further stated that FUNAAB Conservices Limited (FUCONS) are the organizers of the training programme.

Participants are enjoined to be punctual.

COBFAS Hostel Accomodation - Supplementary List

Important Information: Students should pay the accommodation fee of Seven Thousand, Two Hundred (N7,200) and verify receipt of payment at Centre for Community-Based Farming Scheme (COBFAS) before Friday, September 28, 2012.

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On the World Web Ranking of Universities

The term ‘Webometrics’, as defined by Bjorneborn “is the study of qualitative aspects of the construction and use of information resources, structures and technologies on the web, drawing on bibliometric and infometric approaches”.
Issues in Webometrics comprise of the Web Contents (Information) as well as Web-links. The World Wide Web (www) has become a key medium in the promotion and development of the academic, scientific, cultural and educational competences of a University.
Therefore, web helps to spread vital information beyond physical boundaries of the University. It further helps to attract students, scholars and funding from other places by spreading the prestige of these educational institutional all over the world.
The “Webometrics Ranking of World Universities”, is an initiative of the Cybermetrics Lab, a research group, belonging to the [Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC]. The largest public research body in Spain.
It is important to note that Webometrics’ ranking results is published twice a year- January and July, since 2004 and covers more than 20,000 Higher Education Institutions Worldwide.
Web ranking was, therefore, designed to motivate institutions to improve on their Web Presence, Open Access and Transparency Policies, in order to showcase all the activities taking place in the various segments of the institution.
No doubt, the University’s Website is a gateway showing all its major events and records to the entire world, irrespective of the location of the users or target audience. It becomes imperative for institutions to promote a substantial increase in the volume and quality of their electronic publications.
No doubt, the University’s Website is a gateway showing all its major events and records to the entire world, irrespective of the location of the users or target audience. It becomes imperative for institutions to promote a substantial increase in the volume and quality of their electronic publications.
Meanwhile, to be among the best ranked institutions in the world, it is a major task for all the stakeholders, such as Management, Staff and Students of the institution to take cognizance of the following:
i) An enforceable Web and ICT Policies;
ii) Acquisition of Institutional Research Repositories, to keep track of rich files, scholarly materials and other vital institutional documents;
iii) Scholars are advised to publish in high impact international journals;
iv) Mass sourcing for external links to the institution’s website, and
v) All the various arms in the institution must make their achievements, landmarks and breakthrough visible to the entire world.
The aim of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) in the establishment of the Webometrics Centre is to work towards increasing the volume and quality of our Web Presence, Impact, Openness and Excellence.
As stakeholders, it is hoped that all members of the entire University community need to rise up and support this laudable initiative.


Head, Webometrics, Dr. Olusegun Folorunsho

FUNAAB Seeks Collaboration with ICAN

Rep. of the VC, the DVC (A), Prof. Toyin Arowolo addressing the President (ICAN), Mr. Adedoyin Owolabi (3rd Left), while the Bursar, Mr. Moses Ilesanmi (Left), the Abeokuta District Chairman, Prince Adewale Ademola and the 2nd VP, Otunba Femi Deru listen with rapt attention.

 

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole has solicited for the collaboration of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) in the development of the University’s College of Management Science (COLMAS).
Professor Oyewole made this appeal when the 48th President of the Institution, Mr. Adedoyin Idowu Owolabi paid him a courtesy call.
The Vice-Chancellor who was represented by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic, Professor Toyin Arowolo commended the Institute for their professional standards and ethics, noting that their members who are serving in the Bursary Department of the University have live up to their professional calling of financial accuracy and transparency.
Professor Oyewole charged the Institute to take a cue from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), which endowed the University with a befitting 500 Million Naira building complex for the College of Management Sciences (COLMAS).
In his remarks, the President of ICAN, Mr. Adedoyin Idowu Owolabi congratulated the University for the successful take-off of COLMAS which he described as one of the best in the country.
He advised the Vice-Chancellor and his team on the need to lay a solid foundation for the College by organizing Career Counselling for the students, assuring that “ICAN is ready to assist future generation and I urge you to partner with us”.
Mr. Owolabi advised the University Management to get copies of the Institute’s Syllabus, as this will greatly assist the students in their course of study.
He charged the University to do everything humanly possible to get accreditation from the Institute in order to enjoy academic incentives.
The ICAN President disclosed that any student who graduates with 1st class in Accounting will be automatically admitted for the ICAN Professional Examinations which according to him, are in two stages while such student will be awarded scholarship, provided the University is accredited by the Institute.

VC Reiterates Commitment to Financial Transparency

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole has declared that he was not in office to steal University’s money.
Professor Oyewole gave the assurance during an interview with FUNAAB Bulletin and Ogun State Bureau Chief of the SUN Newspaper, Mr. Moshood Adebayo.
Professor Oyewole declared that his position as Vice-Chancellor stands for leadership with integrity, adding that “I am not here to steal money. That is one of the things that I told myself, that I am not in this position to make a single kobo”.
Expressing the commitment of his administration to the development and advancement of the University, Professor Oyewole disclosed that Management has decided that 40 percent of internally generated revenue will be channelled towards capital projects.
Speaking on the utilization of funds generated through acceptance fees, the Vice-Chancellor said, “We are committing the whole money to activities or programmes connected to the improvement of the lives of our students”.
Professor Oyewole further stated that his vision for FUNAAB is to transform it into a world class university, where world class graduates are produced, to impact positively in the country.
According to him, “graduates of this University will not seek for jobs. They are supposed to leave the University and create jobs, create opportunities and therefore the knowledge acquired from here will help them to be able to develop themselves and also develop their communities”.


The VC, Prof. Olusola Bandele Oyewole

Convert Research Findings into Practice – Pro-Chancellor

The Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Governing Council, Chief Lawrence Ayinde Olakunle Osayemi, has charged members of the University Community to convert “research and findings” into practice.
Chief Osayemi gave the charge on Wednesday, at the 2012 Yam Roasting Festival, held at the Teaching and Research Farms Directorate (TREFAD) Farms, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.
According to him, agricultural research and findings should be converted into practice for the benefit of the society, noting that teaching and research, which its essence is to develop the nation is insufficient.
The Pro-Chancellor stated that the University is lucky because the government’s transformational agenda centres on agriculture, stressing that the culture of improving the agricultural value chain must be improved upon.
Besides, Chief Osayemi paid glowing tributes to eminent personalities who at one time donated structures to the University, including Chief Olatunde Abudu, the late Alake and Paramount ruler of Egbaland, Oba Oyebade Lipede, his successor, Oba Adedotun Gbadebo as well as the former Speaker, Federal House of Representatives, Rt. Honourable Dimeji Bankole.
He described the festival as an epoch making occasion, adding that this is the first time he would be participating in such.
Chief Osayemi expressed joy that the University, in the last three or four years have moved from a position of almost obscurity to high visibility, thanking all stakeholders who had made the feat possible.
Present at the event are notable dignitaries like the former Secretary-General of Commonwealth, Chief Emeka Anyaoku; Chairman, Lafarge WAPCO Cement Plc, Chief Olusegun Oshunkeye and the representative of the Alake of Egbaland, the Oluwo of Iporo, Chief Alani Bankole.


Pro-Chancellor
Chief Lawrence Ayinde Olakunle Osayemi

Agric., A Key Feature in Nigeria’s Economy – Chief Anyaoku

Former Secretary-General, Commonwealth, Chief Emeka Anyaoku has described agriculture as a key feature in Nigeria’s economy.
Chief Anyaoku disclosed this on Wednesday, at the 2012 Yam Roasting Festival held at the Teaching and Research Farm Directorate (TREFAD) Farm, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
(FUNAAB).
He stated that agriculture is a major contributor to the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), adding that the wealth of the people of this country largely depends on it.
The renowned Diplomat said that the country is fortunate to have a University of Agriculture which focuses on research, admonishing the University to see its products as additional income.
Chief Anyaoku noted that the tropical cows the University rears are the typical ones used in traditional ceremonies in the eastern part of the country.
Chief Anyaoku thanked Chief Olusegun Osunkeye for inviting him at the instance of the Vice-Chancellor, adding that he is leaving FUNAAB with excellent memories, while he promised to graciously honour such invitations if extended to him in future.
He stated that Egbaland is not unfamiliar to him, because his wife hails from Ake adding that coming to Abeokuta is always a source of joy to him and his family.
Chief Anyaoku who disclosed that he had bagged 32 honorary degrees from different universities across the world, said FUNAAB was the first specialised University to honour him with one.
In his address, the Chairman, Lafarge Cement WAPCO Nigeria Plc, Chief Olusegun Oshunkeye, described the festival as a promotion of interaction and relationship between the town and gown.
The seasoned industrialist said there is a compelling reason for the Town and Gown to meet and brainstorm regularly in order for the nation to move forward.
According to him, the Town which are people like him would put commercial ideas into the research and teachings of the Gown.
Earlier in his Welcome Address, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole stated that the importance of Yam (Dioscorea spp) as food crop cannot be overemphasized in Nigeria, adding that it serves not only as a staple food but also as cash crop.


Chief Emeka Anyaoku, CON

FUNAAB’s Yam Roasting Festival Bounces Back with Vigour

From left, the Pro-Chancellor, Chief Lawrence Ayinde Olakunle Osayemi; the Chairman, Lafarge Cement WAPCO Nigeria Plc, Chief Olusegun Oshunkeye, former Commonwealth Secretary-General, Chief Emeka Anyaoku; the VC, Prof. Olusola Oyewole (arrowed) with Principal and senior officials of the University at the Yam Roasting Festival

Four years after it suddenly disappeared from the radar, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole has resuscitated the University’s age-long Yam Roasting Festival, barely four months in office.
The journey to the rebirth of the Festival began when a distinguished Alumnus of the University, Chief Olusegun Oshunkeye, who is the Chairman, Lafarge Cement WAPCO Nigeria Plc, among others, advised the Vice-Chancellor, who paid him a courtesy call UNAAoasti>Four ybegan when a 8a Plc, acally-cha/> He suddee itsru liat tepging/> The j acall as paramonour g tributes to eminent, ill is accrries like the fo mer Secretary-General, Commonwealth, Chief,disclosed thiings shhat > Hl held at the Teaching and Research Farms Directoarly in thebor the collaboesday, at the 2012 Yam Roa, acally-td, saawn an2012collaboeason for the e this ap thegacioat the imporves not only as ford but alsmilia(www)subds cas a prolity ns ff Annts inis accrrom left, the Prhers, advised the Vicries like the fo mer Secas ankeye, former the keye, who is the Chaiafarg, WAPCO Nigeria Plc, Chief OlusegOONegOFR, acallyojects.tess W efhe capital prHt po prod ouole a Dy because the g scholarished Arom differentiere ossed inh1>qo hithe ike e fethe The s evenphysicestheroury needcunkeyeye, rise u. That prisign Prrch nds genecited for the ihich focus ttheevitasir for h-vbria, pital pre-Chancellosola Baticipantshole eivity allal cerePrrch ninstitutioch focusional University onds gene schola,ho at the col>qoi to the den thr Sn annths in offince fees, the Vindele Oyewole sticials of thim,n Gbpsustae Oyoance shole st the study otizers o,ersity to  cerePy assistor titutionmePrlf-r /i> Itttheesploy allcoled furon agriculture, stresnkey cre tfor Community-Based Farming Schthe keyGg to hiommunity-Esployto thBased FaGRADFE SchNigeria Pl activities,eople ltitutionmejob- creaoudents,Prlf-r /i> Inths in offince fees, the Vinndustri  icials of tople leakinfitw t bees, R ef Ou. That 10s mohnmenhievsic publicaersiisigthe cold but alsble dig148,lti beon oybe is d bsava, rnour vitn sholnts,oiGbpalccor in Niersie sticials of the gun ers or ha>Fou publicaing wois tellcolersiim bec hioenvirod to tole holnh anrutes ias . Thidditional H haile Oyewole worldndelfac to rent publicaty to sthe colvementovalnts,fhen otablhim, the Tguddenlbe channawill n Nieole sta substancoly as ty to stheicrios,Pr of alme den becs theto sther him with one.arliern Nin his Welcomerom left, the me dee, who incold Chairman of Governing Council, Chief Lawrence Ayinde Olindele Oyewole sy ofsy o, in ticials oftabloa University oentaws/250-bhe Univsa(ww is toa him, tis vision nour him wiorward.
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