Oladapo Afolabi, the new pro-chancellor of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Ogbomoso, has expressed optimism about the reopening of the institution.
Afolabi, who’s also the chairman of the governing council, made this known on Monday during a press conference in Osogbo.
“We had our inaugural meeting at the main campus in Ogbomoso on August 9, 2017, and charted for ourselves a 90-day action plan which has started in earnest,” he said.
“For instance, consultations have been held with the various unions, parent forum and traditional rulers.
“We have also engaged the auditing firm, KPMG, and as I address you here, I make bold to inform you that we are expecting an interim report from the firm in a matter of days.
“It is this report we will be presenting to the visitors to the university. We have high hope that submission of this relief would go a long way in midwife get a lasting solution to the problems of LAUTECH.
“From various interactions of the council with the diverse stakeholders, we have realised that we are on the same page, working towards the same goal, which is that the council should spare no efforts to get the university reopen for students to continue with their studies and move on with their academic pursuit.
“The students have pledged their cooperation to abide by any decision taken if that would make the university to work again.”
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