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Story By Akinola Emmanuel, March 20, 2021

The Oyo state College of Health Science and Technology, Eleyele-Ibadan has admitted 519 students for 2020/2021 Academic Session.

The Provost of the college, Sanitarian Siji Ganiyu in his congratulatory message to the new students urged to be committed and dedicate their time and energy towards achieving their life long dream, the reason of which they were admitted to the college.

In a release made available to journalists by the College Public Relation Officer Sola Samuel Ojewole said Sanitarian Ganiyu emphasised the need for students to be focused and obey all instructions and directives as laid down by the College.

The Provost warned the not to go against the rules and regulations of the college in order not to be expelled if found guilty.

Sanitarian Ganiyu commended members of management, staff and students of the College for their support and cooperation towards moving the college forward.
He reminded them that Covid-19 is real and still very much around, hence the need for them to observe covid-19 protocol for their safety.

Earlier in her remark, the acting registrar of the college, Mrs Dupe Ayoola called on the new students to be security conscious and work hard for brilliant academic results.

One of the supporters of the college who is also the chairman of PDP in Ibadan north west local government, Alhaji Lukman Adesina commended the college management for putting In place facilities for conducive learning environment and praised the Provost for sterling leadership qualities.

Some of the students lauded the college management for creating a conducive atmosphere for learning.

The provost of the college later led the students into oath taking of admission into the college.

Oyo State College of Health Science and Technology Eleyele-Ibadan was established In 1933 and it is one of the best tertiary health institution in the country noted for training middle level health care providers since it’s establishment.

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