Makinde made the promise Monday, while receiving the Governing Council and Management of LAUTECH in his office at the State Secretariat, Agodi, Ibadan.
The regulatory body announced the increase to 120 from 75.
The ASUU Chairman in the university, Prof. Babatunde Lawal and the Secretary, Toyin Abegunrin, made the clarifications in a statement Monday in Ogbomoso.
The governor also told the people of the two councils how his administration was able to amicably resolve the sole ownership of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso (LAUTECH), noting that he would solve the boundary issues with Kwara and Osun in the same manner.
Among those paraded were 10 suspects linked with the kidnap of a former Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Ibadan, Prof. Adigun Agbaje, and that of an Ogbomoso hotelier and a student of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso.
In an interview he granted, Alaba said;
Olalekan Fadeyi, Principal Assistant Registrar, Public and Alumni Relations Unit, spoke in a statement on Tuesday.
Opadele was working with Owolabi due to the ongoing nationwide strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities.
A statement by the governor’s media aide, Taiwo Adisa, quoted Makinde as saying this on Sunday while featuring on a programme aired by the Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State.
The governor, who was speaking at the 14th Combined Special Convocation Ceremonies for Admission to Higher and Honorary Degrees, held at the University’s Campus in Ogbomoso, said that it was deplorable that the institution was holding its first convocation in six years.
The Bill, which proposes to amend the objectives of the university to accommodate other fields of study and alter its present status as a strictly technology institution, as well as allow it to make provision for workers’ pension scheme, was approved at the Executive Council meeting held on Tuesday.
The Governor made the pledge Monday, when he paid a condolence visit to the family of the the departed monarch.
Makinde made the clarification on Monday when he led his cabinet members to the palace of Soun of Ogbomosoland on official condolence visit to the family and people of Ogbomoso.
The Ibadan Zone of the union made this known in a statement after its meeting at the Ladoke Akintola University (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso chaired by its Coordinator in LAUTECH, Prof. Oyebamiji Oyegoke.
A letter seeking the monarch’s support was hand-delivered by the Minister of Water Resources, Sulaimon Adamu, who led a team
He made the remarks while receiving the management and governing board of Dominican University, Ibadan, led by its pro-chancellor and former governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, at the Courtesy Room of the Governor’s Office, Secretariat, Ibadan.
It is also listed as number 12 out of 260 universities in Nigeria and 2,847th in the world.
The Emir of Katagum, a first class monarch in Bauchi State, was named Emir on December 14, 2017, following the transition of his father, Alhaji (Dr.) Muhammad Kabir Umar, CON.
A letter conveying the development announced that the funding of the Humboldt Research Hub is made possible by the support from the Bayer Science and Education Foundation, Germany.
The governor, who made the announcement during an unscheduled visit to the institution in Ogbomoso, said the reduction would cut across all students, irrespective of their statuses.