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Associates celebrate VC of OAU Faborode

FOR four hours last week, Michael Oladimeji Faborode, a professor of Agricultural Engineering and Vice-Chancellor, Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, was the cynosure of all eyes at a reception organised by engineers, under their professional group, the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Ikeja branch. At the Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Lagos venue of the event organised to celebrate their colleague for his new appointment and having climbed to the zenith of his career were Mr Olu Awoyinfa, Secretary-General FAOE, initiator of the branch, Mr Femi Okumade, Managing Director/CEO Xerox HS Nigeria Limited, Mr Abiodun Awe, Chairman, Ikeja branch, Group Captain Obakpola, Mrs Idiat Amusu and Mrs Kayode Adekoya. Welcoming the guests, Awe said Faborode was a long-standing friend of the branch, whose contributions led to the establishment of the branch and its sustenance to the present heights. Describing Faborode "as the man of the moment", Awe noted that the receptio

Ikeja Branch celebrates VC of OAU Engr Michael Faborode

FOR four hours last week, Michael Oladimeji Faborode, a professor of Agricultural Engineering and Vice-Chancellor, Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, was the cynosure of all eyes at a reception organised by engineers, under their professional group, the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Ikeja branch. At the Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Lagos venue of the event organised to celebrate their colleague for his new appointment and having climbed to the zenith of his career were Mr Olu Awoyinfa, Secretary-General FAOE, initiator of the branch, Mr Femi Okumade, Managing Director/CEO Xerox HS Nigeria Limited, Mr Abiodun Awe, Chairman, Ikeja branch, Group Captain Obakpola, Mrs Idiat Amusu and Mrs Kayode Adekoya. Welcoming the guests, Awe said Faborode was a long-standing friend of the branch, whose contributions led to the establishment of the branch and its sustenance to the present heights. Describing Faborode "as the man of the moment", Awe noted that the reception w