UMYUK launch 2 brand new busses worth N100m
The Management of Umaru Musa Yaradua University, Katsina, UMYUK has launched two Buses it procured through the TETFund year 2020 Zonal Special Intervention Project worth N100m.
This is contained in a statement signed by Abdul Hamid K. Danjuma the University’s Head of Information and Protocol Unit and made available to newsmen including Katsina Post.
Launching the two buses, the Vice Chancellor Prof Sunusi Mamman said that one of the sixteen (16) seater buses is to be allocated to the College of Medical Sciences while the other one is for the Faculty of Agriculture Layin Minista, Malumfashi.
Prof Sunusi Mamman said the Management would procure another functional vehicle to be allocated to the institution’s proposed School of Continuing Education to enhance its activities.
The Vice Chancellor who charged the end user Faculties to utilize the vehicles properly to attain the objectives also called for its proper maintenance for durability.
He expressed appreciation to Katsina State Government and other intervention agencies over their numerous supports to the University for its overall growth and development.
In a remark, the special Adviser on Higher Education, Malam Bashir Puwan Godiya said the two Faculties of Agriculture and Medicine of the Umaru Musa Yar’adua University have remained the baby child of the current government, as such every effort would be made to ensure their sustainability.
The Special Adviser called for proper utilization of the buses and urged all members of the University community to remain committed in moving the institution to the next level.
Malam Bashir Ruwan Godiya called on members of the University Community to continue to support all government programmes and policies for the attainment of the overall goals of the institution.
The Special Adviser commended the ETF for identifying with the needs Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, especially in the area of infrastructure development and the provision of facilities for staff and students’ development.