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Arrangements have been concluded for the College of Medicine, Federal University of Lafia (FULafia), to provide the best medical training for medical and allied health professionals.
This development was made known by the Provost of the College of Medicine of the University, Prof. Yakubu Ahmed Ashuku, recently.

Prof. Ashuku, who spoke to FULafia Bulletin on the preparedness of the University to commence full academic programmes at the college, said that with the University’s level of preparations and the facilities put in place, the college would provide medical training that would meet international standards.

He said that a team of assessors from the National Universities Commission (NUC) was in the university, recently, to carryout resource verification of some of the newly introduced courses in the college of medicine, adding that the university has got the approval of the commission to admit students for MBBS, nursing, and radiography.

The provost was full of appreciation to the Vice-Chancellor of FULafia, Prof. Muhammad Sanusi Liman, for equipping the medical college with state-of-the-art facilities.

“Some of the facilities procured in the college are second to none,” Ashuku said, expressing his gratitude to the Nasarawa State Government for graciously donating the famous Dalhatu Araf Specialist Hospital (DASH) and the newly constructed hospital at Shinge to the University to serve as the take-off and permanent sites for the University teaching hospital, respectively.

It would be recalled that the Senate of the Federal University of Lafia, recently, gave its approval for the take-off of the College of Medicine at the Federal University Lafia (FULafia).

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