Interactive Session with CRIN Herald Editorial Members

Interactive Session with CRIN Herald Editorial Members

The Executive Director, Dr. Patrick Adebola, had an interactive session with editors of CRIN Herald on August 2, 2021 in his office. This was geared towards appreciating the good works of the members as well as fine tune the quality of
future issues. In his address, he eulogized the editorial members on their good works which has earned the Institute accolade within and outside the shores of Nigeria. Specifically, the Executive Director informed the members that the newsletter has so endeared the Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN) that the Council has requested for a space for the showcase of her activities. Dr Adebola reaffirmed his commitment to the continuous infrastructural development of the Institute and announced more intervention to improve the welfare of staff. He further reiterated his desire to restore the Institute back as foremost research Institute in the country and beyond.
The Executive Director urged the editorial members to keep up the good works.
Responding, the Chairman of the Editorial Team, Dr S.B. Orisajo, profusely thanked the Executive Director for the opportunity given the members to contribute their quota to the development of the Institute. He, therefore,solicited for more support to enable the team perform more efficiently. Present at the meeting were the Executive Director, Dr. P.O. Adebola as the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. S.B. Orisajo, Dr. A.V. Oyedokun, Dr (Mrs) T.E. Ogunjobi, Dr. Osita Ibe and Mr. O.O. Ogunkua.

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