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Crawford University

Crawford University(HIGHLIGHTS)

CUPAF Donates Office Equipment to CRU

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Rotimi Ajayi, FNIP, led other
principal officers of the
University to meet with the
Executives of the Crawford
University Parents’ Forum, CUPAF
as they made a presentation of
some items to the University.

The donated items were two
generating set (for the hostels), ten
ceiling-fan, two solar street light,
fifty plastic chairs and tables (for
the restaurant).

Our readers would
also recall that the
parents
body have recently
handed over the big
directional billboard at
Atan junction to the
University as part of
the annual support
project they undertake
for the University.

While returning appreciation for the magnanimity of the
parents, the Vice Chancellor said
the parents’ body has for long
remained and continued to be
valued stakeholders of the
University.

He praised their efforts
in time, labour and energy
expended in finding out what may
be the pressing need of the students
and the school, and taking concrete
steps in filling that gap for the
University.

He thereafter prayed
that the Lord would keep, protect
and prosper them even as He
makes them realize their utmost
expectations on their children.
In a short interview thereafter, the Secretary of the body, Dr.
Bartholomew Onyekwere remarked that the major priority of
the CUPAF Executive has long remained the welfare of their
children as they are studying in the University.

“CUPAF”, he
said, “will continue to play its vital role by extending hand of
cooperation to the University management in its quest to
implement its mandate of building up the lives of our children”.
–Additional Reporting by our Correspondent-at-Large, John Ogunjobi
Dr. Okunubi Heads the University Health Centre.

Crawford University welcomes Dr. Okunubi Olukolade
Oladayo, the Acting Director of the University Health
Centre who joined the University on October
2018.

He is a young, vibrant, versatile, vision-filled
and smart man who hails from Oru-Ijebu,
Ijebu North Local Government, Ogun State.
He attended the prestigious Mayflower
School, Ikenne, Ogun State. He had his
university education at the Obafemi Awolowo
College of Health Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo
University, Ago-Iwoye where he studied
Medicine.

During a brief discussion with him, he shared some of his
insights and goals toward uplifting the University Health
Centre. In his words, he said, “my plan is to
take the University Health Centre from what it
used to be, to what it is supposed to be”.

Also
according to him, “we are working on signing
a Memorandum of Understanding with
Covenant University where we can transfer
patients in critical state”.
Dr. Okunubi derives immense pleasure in
reading, listening to music, attending
conferences (both medical related and
religious) and loves Emergency Medicine
likewise Medical Economics. He is happily married with kids.

CONAS holds Academic Culture WorkshopThe College of Natural and Applied Sciences on 9th
October, 2018 held its academic culture workshop
tagged “Excellent Academic Service Delivery in
Tertiary Institutions”. The Principal Officers of the
University were present following the Dean of the
College and other lecturers. The Dean gave his
welcome address followed by the speech of the Vice
Chancellor.

Professor J.S.O. Oludotun spoke on Creating
Conducive Academic Environment against Odds and
Ends. In his words, he outlined the indispensability of
conducive environment in promoting teachinglearning
process.
Dr. T. Adefokun on other the hand spoke on the
topic, Knowledge Impartations: Lecturing or
Teaching. He stated the difference between
teaching and lecturing. Teaching is primary in
knowledge impartations while lecturing is
secondary.

Dr. A. Akinjobi analyzed Data mining as an
Emerging Tool for University Governance.
Academic Ethics as well as Effective and
Quantitative Continuous Assessments are some
of the topics that were also discussed. Questions
were asked, answers were proffered and
Certificates were awarded to the attendees.

ICAN Accreditation Team to visit the Accounting Department of the University
he Institute Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), the institute overseeing the affair of accounting programmes in all Tertiary
Institutions will be visiting the department of Accounting and Finance on Accreditation visit from Monday, 5th of November to
Friday, 9th of November, 2018. This is in line to approve the continued operation of the programme if all expectations are met.

Professor Adeola Signs the Dotted Lines
It was all smiles around when Professor Gabriel Olarenwaju
Adeola exchanged vows with beautiful Miss Oluwaseyi
Adebimpe Ajoke Sobola in a two-day ceremony, Thursday, 11th
and Saturday, 13th of October, 2018.

The Marriage Registry Ceremony was held at the Ado-Odo/Ota
Local Government Secretariat at Otta, Ogun State, on Thursday,
11th, while the Traditional Introduction Engagement took place
on Saturday 13th at Akinsola Street, off Shitta street, the
Dopemu, Agege residence of the Sobolas, the Brides parent.

The formal Church Solemnisation took its turn immediately after at
the All Saints African Church, 13, Shitta Street, Dopemu, Agege.
The editorial team of
Crawford Highlight is
joining the rest of
Crawford Family to wish
the newly wedded couple
a very blissful and
fulfilling marriage
Mrs. Hope Chinyere Nwachukwu Passes On
The death has been announced of
Mrs. Hope Chinyere Nwachukwu, a
Principal Executive Officer the Registry
Department of the University.

Mrs. Nwachukwu had been of frail health
for quite a while but she had been
keeping on quite bravely with her duties
in the Registry until she had to excuse
herself from duties by July, and shortly
afterwards, passed the Great Divide.

Aged 56, Madam Hope Chinyere.
Nwachukwu was born in the year 1962.
After a secondary school education she
went to Babcock University, where she
did a Diploma Programme in Catering,
Food Production and Management.

Madam Nwachukwu joined Crawford
University in the August of 2005 as one
of the earliest member of the family.
Mrs. Nwachukwu will be buried on the
2nd November 2018 (10:00am) at
Isialaitu Village, Obingwa L.G.A. Abia
State.



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