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Felix Kolawole Salako

28 Oct
Under the tenure of Professor Olufemi Balogun, potable water was a big problem on campus and he went ahead to dig quite a number of boreholes.
19 Oct 2020
The World Food Day, as organised by the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FOA) of the United Nations since 1991. This year, the theme is ‘Grow, Nourish, Sustain, Together.’ This year too, we know what has happened as a result of the pandemic and the lockdown.
23 Mar 2020
The Vice Chancellor of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Professor Felix Kolawole Salako, has reiterated the commitment of the university to quality education to ensure food security.
16 Dec 2018
For the country’s agricultural produce to be widely accepted by the international markets, all players in produce export must strictly follow the standard set by the countries.

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