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Fountain University set to admit FOSLA academy players

Credentials of FOSLA academy players who have done their Senior Secondary Schools Examination and sat for their University Matriculation Examination are underway for provisional admission…

Credentials of FOSLA academy players who have done their Senior Secondary Schools Examination and sat for their University Matriculation Examination are underway for provisional admission screening into Fountain University, Osogbo, Osun state.

This was spawned as the Vice Chancellor of Fountain University Osogbo, Professor Usman Abdulateef ordered the University registrar to ascertain those that met the minimum qualifications for their courses during visit by the management of FOSLA academy led by the former President of the Nigeria Football Federation Alhaji Sani Lulu Abdullahi.

The University don who welcomed their visit, described the FOSLA Academy as a well-articulated project that all well-meaning Nigerians should key into.

He said that his University is happy to be associated with the Academy, as his young University will benefits immensely from the products that the Academy will give to them. He commended the Academy’s Proprietor Alhaji Sani Lulu Abdullahi for his humanitarian and patriotic services to the country.

Earlier, the Proprietor of the Academy Alhaji Sani Lulu Abdullahi who led the delegation, had informed the Vice Chancellor that their visit to Osun state was to finalized the earlier agreement reached with the University, most especially now that the first batch of the students have finished their Senior Secondary Schools Examination and sat for their University Matriculation Examination.

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