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.

Last Updated on November 30, 2010 by admin

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