On the third leg of courtesy calls on paramilitary bodies in Adamawa State, Top AUN administrators were at the Adamawa State Sector Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC).
Introducing the team and purpose of visit, Vice President for University Relations, Dr. Abubakar Abba Tahir said the university is reaching out to organizations that it had partnered with in the past in order to re-engage, especially in the areas of corporate training, refresher courses, and graduate programs.
Interim Dean of the Graduate School, Prof Chris Mbah, added that AUN's offering, when it comes to graduate studies, is unique because they are structured for the weekends so that professionals can concentrate on their jobs and careers during the week.
As a renowned American institution in Adamawa, AUN guarantees world-class education at almost half the price of going to the USA or the UK.
Commander Muhammed Hussaini, who received the team in his office, said for him and his men, the visit from AUN was more than just about selling educational packages. "It is more about strengthening the relations between both organizations and making them even more robust than ever." He described the interface as a golden opportunity to meet with people from a great institution like AUN who have been doing wonderful things in and for the Yola community.
"I assure you [AUN] that we will become your ambassadors and we will create lots of awareness among the officers so that next time you come, you can easily penetrate and the people will understand you better."
The Federal Road Safety Corps is a key government agency vested in securing lives and safe motoring environments. AUN has specifically targeted training modules for paramilitary agencies such as the FRSC which have been conferred the responsibility of securing a safer Nigeria.