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Obasanjo inaugurates Bells varsity N67.4m conference center in Ogun

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Former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, on Saturday, inaugurates a N67.4 million Conference Center at the Bells University of Technology, Ota, Ogun state.

Inaugurating the project at the institution’s premises, in Ota, Ogun state, Obasanjo described the upgrading of the building from a multi-purpose hall to a conference hall as a remarkable feat.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the conference hall was renovated and upgraded by the 2020/2021 Executives of the Bells University Parents’ Forum (BUPF).

Obasanjo, also the promoter of the institution, commended the BUPF for building a world-class conference centre for students, to learn in a conducive environment and also for the benefit of humanity.

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The former President said that improving the quality of education and moving education forward was everyone’s responsibility, describing the facility as an effort towards making Bells University one of the best tertiary institutions in the country.

“Education is the collective responsibility of everybody and by bringing resources together it would help the nation accomplish sustainable national development, ’’he said.

Prof. Jeremiah Ojediran, Vice-Chancellor of the institution,  commended the BUPF for the project and also for making themselves available to assist the institution in infrastructure development.

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Ojediran promised to interface with the forum for various purposes while announcing that the institution’s forthcoming Matriculation and Convocation would be held at the centre.

“We shall use the multipurpose centre judiciously for human development, ”he said.

Mr Rotimi Dosunmu, BUPF  Chairman, commended the management of the University and parents for their support, which, he said, was not taken for granted.

“The efforts of the BUPF could not be over-emphasised on various projects and interventions within the university with a view to improving the learning condition and welfare of our children,” Dosunmu said.

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The Chairman said that the executives of BUPF spent over N75,559, 346 on various projects within the last nine months, listing some of the projects to include reading rooms in all the halls of residence, facemasks, sanitisers and handbags for all students.

Other projects were the roofing of the students’ sports pavilion, renovation and upgrading of the conference centre.

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