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Student leaders have been urged to be careful of their names because their names have a way of either opening or locking doors for them in the future.
This charge was given by a Chief Lecturer in the department of English Language, Dr (Mrs) Bola Ige, who was one of the guest lecturers at a one day Workshop organised by Students’ Affairs department on Thursday, 14th January, 2016 at the SUG Multipurpose Hall for all Student leaders.
The Provost, Dr. A. A Ajayi at the 2016 Prayer and Thanksgiving service organised for Students and Staff of the College on Friday 15th January, 2016 held at the Chapel of Peace declared that no member of staff was qualified for death, going by the word of God written in the Holy Bible, only those who have attained the age of 70 years are qualified and no member of staff of this college can attain the age of 70 years in service since our retirement age is 65 years, “we are therefore NOT qualified to die”, he said.
Likening Junior Staff to the base of a pyramid, the Provost, Dr A.A Ajayi at a one day retreat organised for Junior Staff, stressed that Junior Staff members were pivotal to Effective Administration.
Speaking on the topic “Interaction of Management and Junior staff for effective Administration of the College” at a one day retreat organised for Junior Staff on Thursday 21st January, 2016 at the Kunle Filani Academic Theatre, Dr A.A Ajayi informed the participants on the new Scheme and Condition of Service adding that all members of staff needed to acquaint themselves with them.
A professor of Aquaculture and Fisheries, Augustine Eyiwunmi Olumuyiwa Falaye has advocated the inclusion of value and moral education in the General Studies curricula as a panacea for healthy staff and student relationships and eradication of corrupt practices existing in higher institutions of learning.
The College Management has on Monday, 25th January, 2016 met with College Consultants as well as End Users Committee at the Olakunle Filani Academic Theatre to deliberate on the proposed projects for 2013/2014 TETFUND Sponsorship.