On 10/Jun/2019 / In Medical News
Ekiti State government is committed to the full accreditation of Ekiti State University College of Medicine to allow students admitted in the college 10 years ago to graduate.
Governor Kayode Fayemi made this known at the weekend while hosting members of Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN) who were in the state to inspect facilities at the college as part of its final accreditation processes.
The governor expressed optimism that with the efforts of his government and the university towards ensuring improved facilities, the college would get the final nod of the council and would be able to graduate its first set of medical doctors.
He said, “This is something that is long overdue, as you can see that 10 years is a long time for these students to have been in school waiting to have this over with.”
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