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A KWASU venture capitalist has expressed concern on the difficulties faced by the school

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Prof. Shaykh Luqman Jimoh, who is serving as the acting Vice-Chancellor of Kwara State University, Malete, has expressed his concern on the significant issues that the university is now facing.

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During his speech at the combined 10th and 11th convocation ceremony that took place on Saturday at the institution’s main campus in Malete, Moro Local Government Area, the Vice Chancellor stated that “access road to the university is not smooth given the state of the road from Shao to Malete community.”

Several culverts are on the edge of collapsing, and there are sections of the road that are in poor condition. This road allows access to an increasing quantity of automobile traffic, not only to the institution, but also to the numerous agricultural settlements that are located inside this corridor,” he added additional information.

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An explanation was provided by the Vice President, who urged Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq to take action. He stated that the present intra-campus road network is becoming insufficient as the institution continues to grow, which is preventing the efficient utilization of the infrastructure that is now being constructed.

In addition to this, Professor Luqman brought up the potentially dangerous problem of communities and persons encroaching on the land mass of the university.

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“to constitute a land review committee for the singular task of reviewing the status of the land mass ceded to the university at the inception and to enforce appropriate government policy and sanctions to prevent all forms of encroachment,” the vice chancellor proposed to the governor in an effort to find a long-term solution to the looming problem of encroachment. This was done in an effort to find a solution that would continue to be effective.

In the message that he delivered to the 16,315 students who were graduating from the simultaneous convocation ceremony, he urged them to make their environment better by doing responsible acts that will not harm the ecosystem.

“In the same way, you have been firmly established on the necessity of being self-sufficient. We are filled with an incredible amount of hope that you will bring honor back to your alma mater as you go on your journey into the world, armed with an exceptional education not only in your respective fields of study, but also in some of these life skills.

“We look up to you all to go out into the world and spread these values that your university is known for,” the statement read.

The Vice President of the organization referred to the staff of the organization as one of its assets and praised Governor Abdulrazaq for his role in enabling an environment that promotes communication and shared consideration of challenges with the goal of finding solutions to those issues.

In his speech, Engr. Dr. Johnson Adewumi, the Chancellor of the institution, mentioned that the university had not wavered in its commitment to providing unwavering attention to the development of infrastructure, information technology, and academic achievement.

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