Oluwo of Iwoland, HIM Oba (Dr.) Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi, has described the newly established Royal College of Health in Iwo as his pride and a national asset to clinical education.
Oba Akanbi said the institution is an asset to him, Iwoland communities, Osun State and Nigeria at large, calling on Nigerians thirsty of health education to patronize the school.
Oluwo made the commendation today in his palace while receiving the management of the institution led by Mr. Akintunde Saheed (Democrat).
A statement by Oluwo’s media man, Alli Ibraheem reads “Royal College of Health, Iwo is my pride, to my communities, state and Nigeria. I’m happy this is happening in my time, that God is using my city to close prison doors and complement government’s effort at providing employment. I’ve checked necessary document and can vouch for the stability of the college”
“I appeal to Nigerians most especially prospective students of health education to patronize Royal College of Health, Iwo. It is one of the hope of tertiary institutions specializing in health education. The school is running approved curriculum with qualified personnel. I hereby recommend the school for students of health education”
It could be recalled that the school matriculated her first set of student last week. The pioneer set cut across 36 states of the federal, running an approved curriculum by regulatory body with qualified staff.
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Speaking on behalf of the management team, the co proprietor, Mr. Akintunde appreciated Oluwo for his royal acknowledgement, praying the monarch to extend his royal blessing to the institution. Mr. Akintunde said the royal supplication of Oluwo is priceless to sustain the institution as a pride as stated by his majesty.
He thereafter briefed Oluwo of the established official approval sought and granted by various regulatory bodies and government agencies.