FUTA Convocation 2017 – Meet the 21 years old Best Graduating student

Meet the 21 years old Best
Graduating student in Futa
Ngstudents.com
A 21-year-old graduate of the Federal
University of Technology, Akure, (FUTA), Alli
Abdulazees has emerged the best graduating
student of the university for the 2016/2017
academic session.
Alli who had a CGPA of 4.89 graduated with a
First Class in Electrical and Electronics
Engineering. The young graduate who was
the cynosure of eyes at the convocation of
the university held recently, attributed his
academic success to the grace of God,
determination and hard work.
In his speech at the ceremony, President
Muhammadu Buhari who was represented by
the Deputy Executive Secretary, Prof. Chiedu
Mafiana, of the National Universities
Commission (NUC) said his administration
was determined to develop the education
sector. He hinted that his administration will
place priority on science and technology
education for the advancement of the
country.
Also speaking, the President of the African
Development Bank, Dr Akinwumi Adesina who
was honoured with a doctorate degree in
management by the university stressed the
need for the Federal government to develop
the agriculture sector.
He called on our universities to engage in
research and innovative works in the
agriculture sector, adding that agriculture, if
well developed, could provide solution to our
nation’s economic problems. Adesina also
encouraged youths to go into farming for
self-independence and economic freedom,
just as he enjoined governments to support
farmers.
Earlier, the Vice Chancellor of the university,
Prof. Adebiyi Daramola, commended the
federal government for promoting tertiary
education in the country through various
intervention funds. While enumerating his
achievements in office, Daramola said the
university has emerged the best university of
technology in the country.

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