Kehinde Akinpelu, Ilorin


The Federal College of Wildlife Management, New Bussa in Niger State has matriculated Four hundred and Eleven (411) fresh students for 2018/19 academic session.


Addressing the new intakes, the provost of the College, Dr. Titus Ayodele Ampitan charged the students to be law abiding, disciplined and hardworking, so that they will excel in their chosen career.


“This college runs courses in wildlife conversation and management, Animal production, leisure & Tourism, forestry technology and computer science.

In addition, the college also runs Pre-National Diploma programmes in Vocational Training programmes as well as a highly functional Entrepreneurship Development Centre”.

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Dr. Titus Ayodele Ampitan emphasized the accreditation of all courses with qualified manpower to teach, research and impact knowledge on it students.


“I strongly advise you to pay prompt attention to your academic works and shun any form of distraction.

Engage in productive academic practice of regular attendance of lectures, active participation in all your continuous assessment, which include: Tests, Assignments, practical sessions and field works”.

The college administrator admonished the students and the college community to embrace an enduring peace and tolerate one another, be security conscious in view of the state of the nation and wished the matriculants goodwill and success in their academic pursuit in the college.

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In a related development, Mr. Samuel Oyewole Owonubi, the registrar and secretary to Council of the College, said, “Our students should leverage on the peace and enabling teaching environment in the college and work hard to achieve success in their academic pursuit.

Dr. Titus Ampitan   led administration in the college is efficient with strong leadership that is committed to the security of lives and properties with effective open door policy that encourages a two ways communication channels with feedback”,  Owonubi assured.


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