The Federal University Gusau, FUGUS, will soon established an Entrepreneurship centre, that could be one of its kind in all the federal institutions in the country and for African countries as a whole.
This is contained in a statement signed by the Information Officer of the University Malam Umar Usman shortly after the management teams led by the Vice Chancellor of the University Prof. Benchuks Okeke paid a courtesy visit to Emir of Kano Alh. Muhammad Sanusi 11 at his Palace in Kano last Thursday and made available to Nigerian Pilot in Gusau the state Capital.
The statement further said, Prof. Okeke told the Emir of Kano that, when the entrepreneurship centre opened, it could render training to students on various trades, business and skills acquisition for them to have sense of belonging and to become self reliant after completion of the studies. The centre would be named after the late Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammad Sanusi I, who is a grandfather of the current Emir of Kano.
Among the achievement recorded in the University according to VC Okeke during the visit to the Kano monarch’s palace includes the attainment of its permanent site and had already commenced lectures for 2014/2015 academic session with registration going on for 2015/2016 academic session.
He informed the Emir Sanusi that one of the motive behind their visit to the Emir was to seek for his Emirate cooperation and support, as well as advising the Kano Emirate Council on the needs to sponsor some of its people to study in the university.
Responding, the Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammad Sanusi II described education as a bedrock of every nations building while applauded the effort of the FUGUS management for taken the university to greater level within two years of its establishment by the federal government.
He assured the management team of the university continued support and cooperation to the university and education as a whole, adding that he would be present whenever he was invited for the opening ceremony of the entrepreneurship centre by the university.

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