Nigeria is one of the Africa countries with the highest rate of unemployment. Professor Joseph Oluwasanmi (plastic surgeon) has encouraged the tertiary institutions to embrace entrepreneurship studies to mitigate the challenge. Professor Oluwasanmi shared the idea during matriculation ceremony of Fabotas College of Health Sciences and Technology. The seventh matriculation ceremony awarded over 240 students.
According to the ceremony chairperson, establishment of middle-level entrepreneurship colleges are true reflection commitment to service. The chairperson further congratulated Chief Olanipekun Boboye for launching Fabotas Technology initiative. Mr. Olanipekun admitted that all courses offered had been highly credited by the relevant authorities. He also pleaded with the stakeholders to take part in the college enrolment mobilization.
The Ekiti health commissioner (Professor Joseph Oluwasanmi) emphasized that the institution is mainly for employers of labor
Mr. Jide Egunjobi (Ekiti State Commissioner for Education) pointed out the need to develop entrepreneurship in the country. He added that Gov Ayo Fayose continuity agenda is crucial for development to kick in the state. Mrs. Foluke Ajibulu, on the other hand, noted that the college requires more support due to its focus on capacity and entrepreneurship development.
The meeting was concluded by an award of Honorary Doctorate Degree to the Provost, Ajibulu by the Cornerstone University of Theology.