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Invitation to a Specialized Workshop on Bread and Water

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Bread and Water are complimentary, essential products required for the wellbeing of the populace. Provision of healthy bread and water for the citizens of the nation is yet to be adequate. Thus, Wesley University, Ondo, considers it necessary to put together a Capacity Building Workshop on Bread and Water, tagged “Understanding Everything about Bread and Water”, holding from 3rd to 5th December, 2018 by 9.00 am daily at Akingbule Lecture Theatre, Wesley University, Ondo.

The workshop keynote speaker is the Director, National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Ondo State. Other experts in related fields have been invited to give the workshop the excellent, professional touch it demands. The expected participants are: Bakers, Water Producers, Managers of bakeries and water purification plants, Entrepreneurs in bread and water factories, and intending producers of bread and water.

The cost of participation in the workshop is fifty thousand Naira only (N50,000) per participant. The workshop package includes among others: feasibility assessment, NAFDAC standards and registration, accessing fund for business outfits, quality bread and water production, effective marketing and sales with industrial visit and issuance of certificate of participation. The workshop is loaded with benefits. Kindly  send names of participants to the Convener through WhatsApp or email so as to adequately plan for the workshop.

I look forward to welcoming you to Ondo Kingdom. Please, accept the warmest regards of the Vice-Chancellor.


Dr. E.O. Oyekanmi

08034827190, edward.oyekanmi@wesleyuni.edu.ng


Campus community invited to witness historic agreement signing between Gallaudet, Nigerian National Association of the Deaf, and Wesley University of Nigeria

A group of leaders from Wesley University Ondo, Nigeria, and the Nigerian National Association of the Deaf (NNAD) will visit Gallaudet from October 31 to November 7, 2018 to establish a cooperative agreement between the three entities, as well as to learn about Gallaudet’s learning environment and methods, and branches of academic disciplines that will lead deaf Nigerians to employment.

The agreement will be signed on Monday, November 5, at 4 p.m. in the Chapel Hall museum. The Gallaudet community is encouraged to attend this historic event.

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