FUNAAB will sustain CEADESE Programmes, VC Assures

FUNAAB will sustain CEADESE Programmes, VC Assures

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kolawole Salako has assured that the programmes of the Centre for Agricultural Development and Sustainable Environment (CEADESE) will be sustained and given necessary support by the University.

 

FUNAAB will sustain CEADESE Programmes, VC Assures
L-R The Leader of the team, Deris Herrman presenting a gift to the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kolawole Salako.

Professor Salako gave the assurance at the meeting of the Principal Officers with the International Accreditation Team of the Centre, who were in the University to inspect and accredit three of the programmes being run by CEADESE.

The Vice-Chancellor, stated that the University was  motivated to be a World  Bank Centre of Excellence through its internationalisation policy which has greatly endeared the University to neighbouring West African Countries,  like Liberia, Sierra-Leone and Gambia who have continued to send students to FUNAAB since 2008.

Professor Salako assured that the University will consolidate on previous achievements recorded through the Centre by managing the equipment and funds judiciously.  While lauding the Federal Government of Nigeria for improved funding to the University in 2018, the Vice-Chancellor said the University will not rest on its oars but ensure CEADESE is sustained through adequate funding and budgetary provisions.

FUNAAB will sustain CEADESE Programmes, VC Assures
Front Row – The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kolawole Salako second left in a group photograph with top Management team and International Accreditation Team on CEADESE.

The Vice-Chancellor informed the International Panel of experts drawn from all over the world that the University has continued to build entrepreneur skills of its students by promoting self-reliance and skill acquisition, in order to improve the employability of FUNAAB graduates among their peers.

Earlier, the leader of the International Accreditation Team, Deris Herrman, commended the University Management for its supports to the Africa Centre of Excellence, noting that they were in the University to accredit some of the courses being run by the Centre.  She assured the Vice-Chancellor of a robust and positive collaboration during their stay.