The FUTO News Magazine has become a rallying point for intellectual and robust communication discourses, balanced news reporting, personality interviews and vibrant editorial policy, designed to promote and protect the image of the University.
Over the years, the IPR Unit has redefined and repackaged the Person and Office of the Vice-Chancellor as the symbol of vision and mission of the University.
The Unit kicked off officially on May 11, 1981, with Mrs Nkolika A. Onyechi as its Pioneer Acting Head. The Unit, then known as Information, Public Relations and Publication Unit (IPRP), was solely responsible for the production of all University calendar, 1983-1985 and that informed the addition of publications to its name.
The Information and Public Relations (IPR) Unit of the Office of the Vice-Chancellor is responsible to the Vice-Chancellor and performs among other things, the following duties:
From Mrs. Onyechi, the leadership followed as such:
HEADSHIP OF IPR UNIT
IPR Unit has since inception made and continues to make several achievements: