Prof. Emaimo Hails President Tinubu for Leading Charge in Upgrading Institution to University Status

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The Rector of Federal College of Dental Technology and Therapy Enugu, Prof. John Emaimo, expressed his gratitude towards President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for converting the college into a full-fledged university. This long-awaited transformation marks a significant milestone in the institution’s history.

Prof. Emaimo shared that the struggle to achieve university status for the college has been ongoing for quite some time. Despite facing numerous challenges and having to change names multiple times, President Tinubu remained steadfast in his commitment to the cause.

“As a product of the boyscout, I am always prepared for anything that comes my way, and my team is equally prepared,” stated Prof. Emaimo. He went on to acknowledge the contributions of the Minister of State for Health and Social Welfare, Dr. Tunji Alausa, in the realization of this monumental achievement.

The rector emphasized the importance of President Tinubu’s leadership in making the Federal University of Allied Health Sciences a reality. He commended the President for his impartiality and dedication to improving the educational landscape in the country.

Prof. Emaimo also reassured students and staff that the transition to university status would be smooth and that the management would ensure all necessary support during this process. He urged students to embrace their new roles as university students and to take pride in the institution that shaped them.

Furthermore, the rector highlighted the unique position of the university within the federal ministry of health, emphasizing its role as a prototype for future initiatives in allied health sciences education.

Overall, the transformation of Federal College of Dental Technology and Therapy Enugu into a university represents a significant step forward in the development of healthcare education in Nigeria. With President Tinubu’s visionary leadership and the dedication of the college’s staff and students, the future of the institution looks brighter than ever.

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