Dr. Ayuba Abarshi


By Glory Joel,  Isa Mikyin, Sarah Tanko

The Rector, Taraba state polytechnic Suntai, Dr. Ayuba Abarshi Ibrahim has lauded the developmental strides of the executive Governor of Taraba State Arc. Darius Dickson Ishaku, even as he recounts his achievements within the short time he has been in the office.

The rector revealed these during an interview with our reporters in his office recently.

He stated that the governor, Arc. Darius Dickson Ishaku had done tremendously in the areas of water and infrastructural developments as well as health and agricultural projects. Dr. Ayuba noted that the cordial relationship that is existing between the polytechnic management and the government of Taraba State has also given way to accelerated development in the institution.

According to him, the polytechnic under his leadership has revived its printing press and graded the road between the campuses of the institution. He said the polytechnic can also boast of primary and secondary school in Suntai Campus now.

“Apart from all these things, we have renovated the two oldest buildings in Jalingo campus which are now wearing a new look. We have established tailoring and fashion design to enhance entrepreneurship experience of our students and built a restaurant where both lecturers and students can easily refresh themselves.” He stated.

The rector also pointed out that the polytechnic usually change the stock of drugs in its clinic for each and every of the semesters to ensure that the quantity and quality of drugs in the clinic are of the standard for the benefit of the students.

While challenging the students of the institution to be of good character and continue to cooperate with the school management, the rector charged them to shun cultism, sexual harassment and all forms of examination malpractice but always take their studies seriously and maintain the dress code that is captured in their students hand book in order to excel in their various fields.


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