Prof. Fasina, who is a world renown scientist specializing in Soil Science and Land Management, said time it was when Nigeria reaped 80 percent of its huge income from agriculture until the oil boom in the 1970s made the leaders to neglect agriculture.
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A statement by Wole Balogun, Special Adviser on Media Matters to the Vice-Chancellor, made available to newsmen in Ado-Ekiti at the weekend, alerted the members of the public that there are several Facebook accounts already created by internet scammers with various pictures and profiles of the VC.
Prof. Fasina had filed a suit last year, urging the Federal High Court, Lagos division to protect his fundamental human rights against an alleged abuse by the officials of the Special Fraud Unit (SFU) who invaded the premises of FUOYE last year’s June.
A WhatsApp message tagged: ‘FUOYE Management declares tutorials for students,’ has been making the rounds, especially on various students’ social media platforms.
While Oke Emmanuel Omotola, a final year student of the Department of Theatre and Media Arts, FUOYE, emerged the second best among 15 students from various universities who won the Ooni of Ife scholarship awards, Tijani Abdulmalik Damilare, from Physics Department, also made the list of the 15 awardees.
Prof. Daramola was a lead resource person among others who taught the staff of FUOYE during the university’s retreat and special training which was initiated and sponsored by Prof. Fasina led administration last year.
The SFU officials had invaded the university with an alleged plot to arrest the VC on trumped up allegation without recourse to due process and the rule of law.
According to documents obtained from the Personnel unit, the promotion exercise cuts across the Teaching, Senior Non-Teaching and the Junior Cadres.
Prof. Fasina who had made known his aversion for cultism on the campus during his maiden address as the new helmsman of the Ivory Tower to fresh students of the 2020/2021 academic session during their orientation exercise last August, said his administration will not spare the rod and spoil the child in matters relating to evil activities on the campus.
It added that her dismissal followed due process, as it was effectively directed, supervised and ratified by the Governing Council of the university.
The Council chaired by Dr. Mohammed Yahuza, took the decision on Tuesday.