Preparations have been finalized to allow graduates of the Law program at Kwara State University (KWASU), Malete, to enroll in the Nigerian Law School shortly.
Dr. Mary Ronke Arinde, the Commissioner for Tertiary Education, revealed this today during her visit to KWASU in Malete, Moro Local Government, expressing her appreciation for the efficient service delivery of the Acting Vice Chancellor and his management team.
Dr. Arinde affirmed that the university’s Law graduates will soon have the opportunity to attend Law School, with all necessary steps taken to make it a reality.
Additionally, she disclosed that KWASU’s Satellite Campuses in Osi and Ilesha-Baruba are slated for completion by the next year.
Prof. Shaykh Luqman Jimoh, the Acting Vice Chancellor, praised the visiting team and highlighted the university’s rapid growth, boasting over 30,000 students and the most stable academic calendar in the country.
He assured that the institution maintains relative peace and has enhanced security measures on campus. Furthermore, Prof. Jimoh mentioned that course curricula have been submitted to the National Universities Commission (NUC) for approval in preparation for academic activities at Osi and Ilesha-Baruba in the upcoming academic session.
The Acting Vice Chancellor expressed gratitude to the State Governor, Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, for the proposed conversion of Ilorin General Hospital into the College of Medicine for KWASU, emphasizing the governor’s support in fostering a productive environment for the university.