Students of the Ekiti State University Ado Ekiti will now enjoy access to improved conducive learning environment with the unveling of a new set of lecture theaters that will enhance teaching, research and other academic activities.
This followed the commissioning of four twin theaters with two hundred and fifty capacity in the faculties of Art, Agricultural Sciences, Engineering and Science.
The project was sponsored by TETFUND.
Inaugurating the projects, the Vice Chancellor of EKSU, Professor Edward Olanipekun noted that the lecture halls would enhance learning and teaching in the university.
Professor Olanipekun charged lecturers and students of the benefited faculties to make judiciously use of the facilities to justify the huge resources invested in them.
He promised that the university management would not relent in its efforts to create conducive environment for staff and students and restructure the institution for higher quality.
The Vice Chancellor who appreciated Federal Government for the gesture said efforts were on to facilitate more projects that would enhance quality of education.
The keys of the lecture halls were later handed over to the heads of the concerned faculties.
The contractors who handled the projects affirmed that the project is of standard that will stand the test of time and are delivered according to specifications.