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The Vice Chancellor Federal University Otuoke, Prof. Mobolaji Aluko has expressed confidence that the university will pass accreditation of its twelve programmes by the National Universities Commission (NUC).
Prof Aluko who said this in a chat with FUO Media on the level of preparedness said all logistical and structural arrangements have been put in motion to ensure the University comes out tops.
The VC said the University is expecting four different panels from NUC, to review different programmes in the new University from Monday 16th through Friday 20th November 2015.
Federal University Otuoke was established in 2011 alongside eight other universities across the country, it started academic programmes with Faculty of Science/Humanities and Social Sciences.
The 2 faculties have six progrmmeas each that have not been accredited, and when approved by the team in the ongoing accreditation will graduate the pioneer students once they conclude their academic programme next year.