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30 Aug 2019
Workers of the Federal College of Agriculture, Akure (FECA), Ondo State, have staged a peaceful protest against the removal of the acting provost of the college, Dr. Emmanuel Moyinjesu, by the Agriculture Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN).
24 Mar 2019
Rector of the Federal College of Agriculture (FECA), Akure, Ondo State, Dr. Samson Odedina has called for the scaling-up of agricultural solutions and practices to enhance national development in the country. Odedina who made the call while delivering the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) Alumni 21st Convention and 20th Annual Lecture series titled: “Agricultural and National…
24 Dec 2018
Despite efforts by the government at all levels to diversify into agriculture Nigerian youths have not adequately utilised...
6 May 2018
Izunna Ugoeze was born into a very well-to-do family from Anambra State. As he grew up with his siblings, his parents were topnotch business persons, who traded in imported goods.
23 Apr 2018
A paramount rule, the Deji of Akure Kingdom, Oba Aladelusi Aladetoyinbo has avowed maximum and unalloyed support to the Federal College of Agriculture Akure (FECA) in its bid to reclaim over 825 hectares of land taken over by land-grabbers. 
17 Mar 2018
Striving to reduce unemployment in the state, the Provost of Federal College of Agriculture, Akure (FECA), Samson Adeola Odedina has assured the state government that more youths would soon become millionaire agropreneurs who will feed the nation.
11 Feb 2018
The Provost of Federal College of Agriculture, Akure, Ondo State (FECA), Dr. Samson Adeola Odedina, has urged ex-militants to channel their zeal and doggedness to revolutionise agriculture in the country. 
21 Jan 2018
The Ondo State government has engaged the Federal College of Agriculture, Akure (FECA) for the training of 18,000 youths on egg production and value chain opportunities.
17 Oct 2017
Provost of the Federal College of Agriculture, Akure (FECA), Samson Adeola Odedina, has attributed the poor attitude of Nigerian youths to studying agriculture to the absence of extra-curricula activities in most agricultural institutions.
27 Aug 2017
Farmers can only reduce price of food commodities, if they have bountiful harvests. Technology will increase yield. You can’t force any farmer to reduce their prices...
30 Jul 2017
The Provost of Federal College of Agriculture, Akure (FECA), Dr. Samson Adeola Odedina, has expressed optimism that the potentials of diversification into agriculture can ease out unemployment related poverty within three months. 
29 Jun 2017
The royal father who made the appeal while receiving alumni members of the institution said government has marginalized Akure indigenes in respect of appointments and other benefits, hence the two institutions in their domain, including Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) must be jealously guarded.

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