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Pioneer DVC Suggests Ways To End LAUTECH Crises

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Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) pioneer Deputy Vice-Chancellor Prof Isaac Adebayo Adeyemi has advocated the re-introduction of tripartite meeting involving the Vice-Chancellor and the education commissioners of Osun and Oyo States to resolve the university’s crisis.

The professor of food science and engineering made the call while delivering LAUTECH’s second valedictory lecture at the main campus in Ogbomoso yesterday.

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The university’s Public and Alumni Relations Unit Head, Lekan Fadeyi, in a statement, said Adeyemi observed that the meeting would sustain mutual confidence between the owner-states.

The retiring don was of the view that the avenue could be used to iron out thorny issues, with members reporting to their principals as a way of entrenching unity of purpose.

He said: “LAUTECH may have had its fair share of crisis, but the University has maintained its leadership among its peers. If you ask me, the future is brighter and I have strong hope and belief that we shall overcome.”

Adeyemi, who is the immediate past Bells University of Technology, Otta, Ogun State Vice-Chancellor and the Polytechnic Ibadan Governing Council Chairman observed the need for unbroken synergy between government, parents, lecturers, non-teaching staff and students in promoting greater understanding of any institution’s vision and mission.

LAUTECH Vice-Chancellor Prof Adeniyi Gbadegesin thanked the retiring don for his immeasurable contributions to LAUTECH, assuring him that posterity was on his side whenever the institution’s history is written.

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