The Vice-Chancellor of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, Professor Adeniyi Gbadegesin, has said the institution remained proud of its products who are doing well in their various fields of human endeavour.
He spoke at the weekend during the induction ceremony held at the institution’s College of Health Sciences, Osogbo, where 67 new medical laboratory scientists swore to oath of practice administered on them by the Council of the Medical Laboratory Scientists in the country.
Gbadegesin who appealed to the newly inducted professionals to remain focus on their practice in service to humanity, admonished staffers of the University to continue to be committed to their duties, assured them that the finances of LAUTECH would soon change for the better.
In his own address at the event, Provost of the University’s College of Health Sciences, Professor Samuel Taiwo explained that the delay in induction experienced by the inductees and their parents was as a result of the economic downturn in the country which negatively affected the University.
While appealing to them to be resolute to shine in spite of whatever odds, he called on relevant regulatory body to increase the admission quota of LAUTECH in the medical related as well as other courses, adding that the facilities for training are available and qualitative.