Gov Yahaya Hosts Kashere Varsity’s VC, To Allocate More Land For Expansion

Governor Inuwa Yahaya of Gombe State has pledged additional land to the  Federal University Kashere to support its expansion programme.

The Governor stated this when he granted audience to the management of the University led by its Vice-Chancellor, Professor Umaru Pate.

The governor said that Federal University Kashere has offered citizens of Gombe easy access to tertiary education with a minimal financial commitment.

He said that parents in the state must not send their children far away in search of tertiary education because the university has the potentials to address most of their needs.

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The Governor assured that he was fully behind the partnership between Federal University Kashere and Leventis Foundation for its sugar research, saying that such a feat can add value to his agricultural programme.

He said the administration will consider the best possible options for partnership with the institution.In his remarks, Professor Umaru Pate, the Vice Chancellor of the University, said they were at the Government House to officially introduce the new management of the University to the Governor.

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Professor Pate explained that the current management of the University is determined to consolidate on the past achievements of the institution for the overall growth and development of the University.

He said that Federal University Kashere as an emerging institution is desirous in emphasizing research for development, such that its certificate can be respected worldwide.
Pate, one of Nigeria’s most celebrated communications scholar and former Dean of Postgraduate School, Bayero University Kano took over as the VC of the University in January this year.Kashere Gombe State.

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