In intensifying the great strides being made by management and the Governing Council of the Osun State University, the Executive Governor of the State of Osun and visitor to the University, Mr Gboyega Oyetola has recently persuaded and approved that the Governing Council led by Mallam Yusuf Ali, SAN should continue in office for another term.
Governor Gboyega Oyetola who made this known to the press on Wednesday, 1st of July during a facility tour to the site of the Osun State University Modupe and Folorunso Alakija Teaching hospital (UNIOSUN MOFATH) commends the Management of the University and its Governing Council for the good work they are doing in the University.
“We are indeed very proud of the giant strides being made by the Management and the Governing Council of UNIOSUN. The good people and the government of the state of Osun are indeed very grateful to you and your team for this good work. It is on this note that I hereby persuade and approve that the Governing Council led by Mallam Yusuf Olaolu Ali, SAN should continue in office for another term.”
“On behalf of the government, good people of the state of Osun and the management of this University, we also appreciate the Alakijas for this kind and wonderful donation of a world class teaching Hospital complex and their interest in our state University. The Alakijas are shining examples to our people in Osun. Mrs Folorunso Alakija is a model for the Osun grandchildren who will believe is the core contributor of the Osun of our dream.”
“We hereby appeal to all well-meaningful citizens of Osun state and alumni of this University to follow the footsteps of the Alakijas who is contributing to the development of UNIOSUN and the state,” Governor Oyetola added.
The Council Chairman, Mallam Yusuf Ali, SAN while reacting to the Governor’s appeal and approval for the continuation of his good work in the office in another term commends the Governor for his support and encouragement ever since he assumed office and he restated his commitment to the betterment of Osun State University in the new term.