The Osun State Government on Saturday approved the renaming of former LAUTECH Teaching Hospital as UNIOSUN Teaching Hospital (UNIOSUNTH), Osogbo with immediate effect.
This was contained in a statement signed by the Commissioner for Education in Osun State, Folorunso Oladoyin Bamisayemi, on behalf of the Osun LAUTECH Committee under the chairmanship of Professor Olu Aina.
The commissioner explained that the new UNIOSUN Teaching Hospital will complement the main teaching hospital that is under construction, donated by Mr & Mrs Modupe and Folorunso Alakija.
“All consultants and other staff of the College of Health Sciences, as well as the Teaching Hospital in Osogbo, are assured of job security under the new arrangement as nobody will suffer the loss of job or income as a result of the separation of ownership.
“The government wishes to advise staff and students of Osun extraction in Ogbomoso campus of LAUTECH to please remain there as their interests have been well protected by the MoU signed by the two governors and there is no reason for any staff to panic as their rights, privileges and duties will be dictated by the terms of their contract of employment.
“The Government of the State of Osun has no reason to doubt the commitment and integrity of her counterpart in Oyo State as regards the faithful implementation of the MoU on job security and protection of students rights. Hence, there is no need for any panic-induced mass transfer of workers of Osun extraction from Ogbomoso to Osun,” the statement read.
He stressed that the Osun State University has taken over the College of Health Sciences and the former LAUTECH Teaching Hospital in Osogbo.
The government also approved the immediate renaming of the teaching hospital to UNIOSUN Teaching Hospital (UNIOSUNTH), Osogbo.
This followed the dissolution of the joint ownership of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) by Oyo State and Osun State, after signing a Memorandum of Understanding to effect a new management structure of the institution.
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