The Vice-Chancellor, Federal College, Oye Ekiti (FUOYE), Prof. Abayomi Fasina, has expressed unhappiness over the alleged harassment being meted out to builders and people dealing with numerous federal authorities’s initiatives within the college by landowners, popularly often known as Omo Onile.
Fasina stated the incident had stalled the completion of a few of authorities’s initiatives and pushed away traders, who confirmed curiosity in constructing buildings that might shore up FUOYE’s services.
Additionally, the Vice Chancellor disclosed that the college had secured full accreditation for the 48 programs being provided by the establishment, saying this had constructed confidence and patronage for admission within the college.
Talking at a press convention held at FUOYE on Tuesday to mark the start of actions lined up for the one yr of his appointment, Fasina urged the host neighborhood leaders to warn these driving away contractors and builders below the façade of land possession.
“Let me attraction to land homeowners to cease harassing contractors working with the federal authorities on this campus. Although the matter was being dealt with by the police, this could not proceed as a result of it’s affecting growth right here on campus.
“One other menace was these native vigilante teams known as Egbon Adugbo, who’re keen on harassing my college students by extorting cash from them. This should cease. We aren’t going to take it frivolously with them. We have now instructed the Council of Chiefs and the matter is being seemed into.”
Fasina stated by arduous work, well timed promotion and good scouting, the college now has 74 Professors and 51 Affiliate Professors, who’re contributing arduous to scholarship and giving the establishment a very good rating globally.
“A few of these professors have been promoted after I obtained there as a Vice-Chancellor and I’ve requested my lecturers to be hardworking, as a result of my imaginative and prescient is to advertise 100 lecturers to professorial degree earlier than the expiration of my tenure.” Supply: DailyPost