Rector Highlights Achievement in One year at Fed.Poly, Ado-Ekiti, seeks Philanthropic supports for more Dev.

Rector of the Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti, Engr. Dr. Temitope Alake has expressed the determination of the institution to focus on the tenets of polytechnic in training of professionals, acquisition of skills and training of minds.

Alake also urged parents to advise their children to acquire manipulative skills to be able to create jobs.

” I urge parents to allow the children acquire sellable skills”

The 7th Substantive Rector of the institution stated this at the weekend during a press conference unveiling his achievements in office in one-year .

He disclosed the plan of the institution in going into massive food production for the benefit of the people.

“We want to see how we would go into mass food Production to benefit the Community with high impact, we have arable land,we are hopeful we would be able to get tractors to eradicate the era of food scarcity


” I call on well meaning Nigerians,we want donation of tractors, we need assistance in this regard”

The Rector rolled out the infrastructural projects executed during his one-year in office to include; “ongoing construction of New School of Environmental Building, construction of Mass Communication Complex, which will serve as the studio for the department, construction and furnishing of 36 rooms Students’ Hostel Building, ongoing construction of a Block of 4 classrooms, sponsored by the IGR Project of the institution, among others.”

He went further to say that his administration “prioritised the welfare of members of staff by not morgaging their welfare and also subsidised their transportation to cushion the effects of the removal of fuel subsidy.”

In the area of electrification, Alake revealed that “the institution migrated from 11-33KV resulting to 15hours power supply per day and the addition of new electricity poles in the institution.”



Alake equally noted that the Polytechnic’s Venture has been resuscitated towards revenue generation adding that “the bread and poultry production are coming back to life to help boost the IGR of the institution.”


He enjoined Nigerians to embrace vocational acquisition skills noting that the institution is committed to train student’s to have manipulative skills to be job creators.


The Rector noted that “the needs of society is being catered for through Polytechnic technical education arena”,hence the need for philanthropic gestures to complement government efforts.

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