The students of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) have constructed and a N5 million car park on the campus which they named after President Muhammadu Buhari.
The project, which was recently commissioned was part of activities in commemoration of the University Founder’s Day and 30th Anniversary, the Nation reports.
Its completion was spearheaded by the recently dissolved FUNAAB Students’ Union Government (SUG) executive led by Ayobami Popoola.
According to the SUG president, the car park would be known as President Muhammadu Buhari Car Park/Bus Stop or PMB Square for short.
Also, two shed stands were named after the Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Kolawole Salako and a former student leader, Late Rt. Hon Oluwafisayomi Adelaja.
Speaking with journalists shortly after the event, Popoola expressed his happiness over the completion of the project adding that it is a dream come true.
“This is going to be a welcome development because we have just been able to salvage one of the problems affecting the university, which is a key factor to the growth of the university.
“What we have just done is, one of its kind which is a landmark in the history of students’ unionism and we have not had any regret for embarking on this project.”