The Kwara State University (KWASU) School of Business and Governance, located in Ilorin is 90 per cent completed and will soon be ready for commissioning.
The project consultant, Arc Jamiu Faworaja, who conducted the Commissioner for Tertiary Education, Science and Technology, Barr. Abdullah Alikinla round the edifice last Thursday in Ilorin, said that the edifice contained 12 classrooms, mini-lecture room, seminar room, library among others.
He explained that outing work including mechanical and electrical fittings, furniture, landscaping and perimeter fencing were not captured in the earlier agreement.
He told newsmen that a report on perimeter fencing had been sent to Kwara State Governor, Alhaji Abdulfatah Ahmed for approval, assuring that the fencing would be completed as soon as it is approved.
Faworaja, who spoke through Engr. Seun Ojo, told the Commissioner and his team that the project was carried out in accordance with specifications and assured that it would be completed and delivered by December, 2018.
Reacting, Barr. Alikinla expressed satisfaction over the level of work done, saying that “the level of work done is commendable and satisfactory”.
He explained that what was left is perimeter fencing and road network while assuring that all would be completed as soon as the project got the governor’s approval.
The Commissioner added that the fencing of the premises would be approved within few weeks by the governor with a view to ensuring adequate security in and around the post graduate school.
He maintained that Governor Ahmed is eager to commission the project and see it being put to use by students from across the country.