LASU To Train DELSU On ICT Software Development Services As Institutions Sign MoU

The two Vice Chancellors of LASU and DELSU Prof. Ibiyemi Olatunji-Bello, and Prof. Andy Egwunyenga

The Lagos State University(LASU), Ojo signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), with Delta State University to train the Abraka-based institution on ICT Software Development Services.

The two institutions,  represented by their Vice-Chancellors – Prof. Ibiyemi Olatunji-Bello, mni, and Prof. Andy Egwunyenga – and  Registrars, Mr. Emmanuel Fanu and Mrs. Rufina Ufiofio signed the dotted lines at the LASU Vice Chancellor’s Conference Room on Wednesday in Lagos.

The MoU starts a relationship that would see knowledge transfer between the two institutions in the area of ICT development.

The collaboration covers areas such as coordination, management and implementation of all stages of development of software modules, development of software modules.

It would suit peculiar operations and objectives of  DELSU recruitment of competent and professional staff to manage the software modules, training of staff on the proper development of software modules, amongst others.

Egwunyenga, Vice-Chancellor, DELSU in his opening remarks at the ceremony, said the choice of LASU is based on the institution’s expertise in ICT development.

“When I was appointed almost two years ago, I took the decision to drive development in DELSU using ICT.

“After scanning almost 20 universities in Nigeria with expertise in ICT, LASU stood out and decided we learn from you,” he said

Olatunji-Bello, Vice-Chancellor of LASU appreciated DELSU for choosing to collaborate with LASU.

“I thank you for trusting us; for deeming it fit to collaborate with us. We are aspiring to be the best university in West Africa and rely on ICT to drive that vision.

“We don’t joke with ICT. You have made the right choice by collaborating with us.

“I also thank the Acting Director, ICT, LASU Dr. Toyin Enikuomehin, for his efforts in making the collaboration a reality

“He is proactive with the development of a world-class website, not only gifted in ICT, he has a passion for it and keeps improving himself and team, which makes it a plus for us,” she said.

Dr. Enikuomehin, earlier in his presentation, appreciated the two Vice-Chancellors for their commitment to the collaboration.

He assured that they had the experience and capacity to train DELSU.

“The duration of the collaboration is 12 months and the first instance, renewable by both parties, “Enikuomehin said.

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