Old students of the Federal University of Technology, Minna, need to support their quest towards becoming a leading technology institute in the world.

Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Musbau Akanji said this at the maiden Alumni Reunion programme held at the university on Monday.

As far he is concerned, the school has done well enough and it is the turn of the students to give back to the school that trained them.

A statement by Mrs. Lydia Legbo, the institution’s Public Relations Officer, quoted Akanbi as challenging the old students to strive towards making the institution a model university.

Akanbi, who praised the old students for being good ambassadors, said they are the pride of its founding fathers.

“The university is happy with the numerous commendations received from employers and government agencies on the performance of its alumni.

“The institution is very proud of your achievements; you are the real owners of the university and should initiate measures toward making it a centre of excellence,” he said.

Akanbi informed the alumni that the university had re-engineered its transcript delivery process from three months to one week, adding that graduates could get their certificates on the day of convocation.

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