The Alumni Association of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA has pledged further assistance to the institution towards its infrastructural development. This pledge was made during the flag off and ground breaking ceremony for the construction of a Computer Based Test (CBT) Centre at Obanla. The project is estimated to cost N100 million. Speaking at the ceremony, the President, FUTA Alumni Worldwide Mr. Olaitan Adesomoju said that the project is fallout of a response to the request made by the Vice Chancellor, Professor Joseph Fuwape for the replacement of the computers in the existing CBT centres. According to him, the Alumni Association decided to go a step further through its decision to give a fully equipped 500 capacity CBT centre to the University. https://j.mp/33GoaWY
Dr. Akin Odumakinde, CEO (Deltatek Offshore Ltd) and Honorary Graduand of FUTA, with the Director, UAC, Prof. T. M. Obamuyi, Mr. Enock Ajayi ( CD/AO) and Engr. Dare Adedara (GM, Southwest Bitumen Ltd) in a meeting in Lagos on Friday, 20th March, 2020 at the Deltatek's office.
Ambassador Ayo Olukanni, DG(NACCIMA) and member of FUTA- UAB, with the Director, UAC, Prof. T. M. Obamuyi, and Mr. Enock Ajayi ( CD/AO) in a meeting in Lagos on Friday, 20/03/2020 in his NACCIMA's office
The Chairman, University Advancement Board, Dr. Segun Aina, with the Director, UAC, Prof. T. M. Obamuyi, and Mr. Enock Ajayi ( CD/AO) in a meeting in Lagos on Thursday, 19/03/2020