The alumni association, Federal College of Animal Health and Production Technology, Moor Plantation, Ibadan, last week elected new officers.
The election, which was long expected, brought news executives on board to steer the affairs of the association for the next tenure.
The new executives include Femi Lumpkin as the president; Babatunde Bamidele as Vice President I; Dr Gbenga Adeleye as Vice President II; Olayide Olubumo as General Secretary and Olubusola Adekunle as Assistant General Secretary.
Others are Kehinde Lamidi, Segun Sodipe, Oluyemi Olubiyi and Felix Ademuwagun.
Speaking at the event the Provost of the college, Dr Olufunmilayo Adejimi commended the college alumni members for charting different course that have not only benefited the college, but also added value to education model of the institution.
Adejimi, who acknowledged the importance of alumni association toward the growth of every institution, pleaded the association’s continues support for the college to sustain it’s cut-edge agricultural extension.
“We have also introduced new programmes among which are fisheries, Agric extension, computer science, science Laboratory Technology and statistics,” she added.
Speaking, the past president of the association, Dr Laolu Laoye, said the event would not bring in new crops of executives on board, but also new wealth of experience to the growth and goals of the association.