KWASU Satellite Campuses: Sulyman Urges Monitoring Committee To Be Reliable And Devoted

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A call has gone to the monitoring Committee of Osi and Ilesha Baruba Satellite Campuses If the Kwara State University (KWASU), to be steadfast and committed at ensuring prompt and qualitative completion of the project. This was affirmed in a statement signed by MOTE Press Secretary.

The Commissioner for Tertiary Education, Senior Ibrahim Sulyman Esq, made the call today at the inauguration ceremony of the Monitoring Committee, held at the Conference Room of the Ministry.

Sulyman, who was represented at the inauguration by the Director, Personnel Finance and Supply of the Ministry, Alhaji Suleiman Obawankasi reiterated government’s policy thrust on qualitative service delivery and prioritizing projects that would enhance infrastructural development in the state.

Obawankasi disclosed that the approval and release of funds to facilitate the completion of the two Satellite Campuses, was as a result of Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq’s magnanimity to ensure effective service at the institution.

He implored the Committee to work in tandem with the Contractor and Consultant handling the Project in order to deliver the project according to specifications.

Obawankasi also urged the Committee to be honest in the discharge of its assignment, pointing out that the Ministry would not hesitate to come to its rescue whenever necessary.

Obawankasi reminded members of the Committee to be cognizant of quality and functionality of the project.

In his remarks, the Director of Works, KWASU, Engr. Wahab Ayinla lauded the administration of Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for his giant strides in the Education sector of the state.

Engr. Ayinla requested that the Committee be availed of the scope of the project, architectural drawings/designs and other relevant documents that would aid the assessment work of the Committee.

The Monitoring Committee, which is Chaired by the Permanent Secretary, Tertiary Education in absential, had representatives from the Ministries of Works, Energy, Housing, and representatives from KWASU and Directors of the Ministry of Tertiary Education, while Mrs. Florence Balogun of the Ministry of Tertiary Education would serve as Secretary.

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