PHOTOS: LAUTECH alumni makes on-the-spot assessment of Teaching Hospital facilities, others

The Hon. Olalekan Badmus led alumni association of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, on Tuesday, made an on-the-spot assessment of LAUTECH Teaching Hospital facilities. 

This was made known via his Facebook official page on Wednesday. 

Hon. Badmus wrote: “It was a productive and engaging visit to the management staff of Lautech Teaching Hospital, Prof. Olakulehin, the Chief Medical Director and Mr. Adeniyi Adediji, Acting Director of Administration, to discuss pertinent issues bordering on our members’ welfare and ways to strengthen alumni commitment to the Teaching Hospital.

“My wonderful friend, Engr Femi Daramola, and other notable stakeholders of our Alma mater were also on hand with me to do an on-the-spot assessment of some facilities such as the alumni secretariat, Civic Center  as well as the state of the art Lautech Bakery. His expertise and contribution will certainly play a significant role in revitalizing these essential facilities.”

Badmus, who also led his team to the office of the Acting Vice-Chancellor of the university , Prof R.O.M Kalilu, applauded the Ag. Vice chancellor for sustaining the winning legacies of the institution. 

He hinted that pressing issues were discussed with the school management including Improving the physical infrastructure not only to enhance the overall appeal of the spaces but also creates a more conducive environment for alumni interactions and student activities. 

“The effort to give these spaces a facelift aligns well with the vision of creating a more vibrant and engaging environment for the entire university community.

“The focus on enhancing the welfare of the university and fostering a closer connection between alumni and current students is pivotal for the growth and development of the institution. It’s heartening to see a commitment to nurturing a strong sense of community and support within the university.

“I’m sure the insights and discussions from the visit will contribute positively to the university’s continued progress and the overall experience for students and alumni. It’s always inspiring to see efforts aimed at building a more connected and supportive educational environment”, he said. 

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