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-The Federal University ​of Agriculture (FUNAAB) in AbeokutaOgun State capitalhas produced 203 First Class graduates.+The leader ​of Britain’s main opposition Labour PartyJeremy Corbynand other politicians could lose their seats if proposals to "cut the cost of politics"​ go ahead, a report suggested on Tuesday.
  
  
-It also produced 2,878 Second-Class Upper Division graduates among its 2013 and 2016 students.+Under former Prime Minister David Cameronthe governing Conservative Party pledged to reduce the number of lawmakers from 650 to 600 in order to save cost.
  
-The university produced 1,442 PhD, Masters and Post-graduate Diploma students within the period. 
  
- +The Independent Boundary Commission has made proposals to make sure most electoral districts in EnglandScotlandWales and Northern Ireland are roughly equal in the number ​of votersmeaning certain seats, like MrCorbyn‘s, are set to be abolished.
-FUNAAB’s Acting Vice-Chancellor Prof. Ololade Enikuomehin addressed reporters yesterday ahead of the 23rd24th and 25th combined convocation ceremonies. +
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-Ololade, who said FUNAAB remained committed to its mandate of teachingresearch ​and extension ​in producing competent graduates, regretted that students’ population is overwhelming available hands required to train them. +
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-The acting vice chancellor noted that the admission quota approved by National Universities Commission (NUC) of 3,500 should also be matched by provision of academic workers. +
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-He urged the Federal Government and the appropriate ministry to give FUNAAB approval to recruit teachers for effective training. +
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-On why there is inadequate food supply, despite the nation’several agricultural institutions,​ Ololade said government policieswhich are not properly situated on agriculture,​ should be blamed for the development. +
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-He said: "The point to be made clear is this: the burden on the university is to do research and come out with outcomes. The extension to this is that we will publicise what we have done. +
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-"But to take it beyond that level is not our responsibility. It is the responsibility of the government, the responsibility of the private sector. I think that is where there is a missing link in this country.+