According to Senator Amosun, the role of the college has become central to the state’s agenda on healthcare. The governor, who was represented at the event by both the Commissioner of Education, Mr. Segun Odubela and his health counterpart, Dr Olaokun Soyinka reiterated the commitment of his government to the provision of holistic healthcare services in all nooks and crannies of the state.
Speaking at the event, Dr. Soyinka said: “OSCOTECH has become central to Senator Ibikunle Amosun’s initiative on health. We need to work on the health pipeline to ensure that it gushes out the right contents to ensure the three Ps of healthcare are taken care of. The future looks bright for the college”.
Speaking earlier, the Provost of the College, Dr. Tunji Dawodu listed some of the achievements of the college under his watch to include among several things; the accreditation of all courses except one and the execution of several projects to uplift the status of the 38-year-old school which growth had been stunted. He then appealed to the government to increase the subvention of the school so as to free more funds for the much needed infrastructure development; and the tarring of the campus roads to elevate the environment. (Vanguard)
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