Chief Salisu Aina, Baale of Dake, one of the beneficiaries of FUNAAB COVID-19 palliative has written a letter to appreciate the Vice-Chancellor and FUNAAB for their kind gesture. In a letter of appreciation to the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Kolawole Salako he stated, “On behalf of myself and Dake community, I, Chief Salisu Aina, the Baale of Dake, want to say a big thank you to you and your team from FUNNAB, for lending a hand to present COVID-19 relief support package to our community in Dake in particular and Ode – Lemo in general.
He further stated that ‘the presence of the institutional activities in Dake has immensely added value to the entire community. He prayed that God will continue to give the Vice Chancellor the wisdom and understanding to the lead the administration of the university aright. Dake and Ode Lemo communities host FUNAAB Community-Based Farming Scheme (COBFAS) and recently the Vice-Chancellor on behalf of the University donated some relief items to the aged in two communities.