Students with special skills have been urged to pass on their knowledge to others – so as to facilitate the development of their immediate community and the society at large.

The Vice Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology Minna, made the call on Monday while hosting a Search FM volunteer, Paul Ajonye, who made a presentation of the Mobile App he developed for Search Media at the Main Campus of the University in Gidan Kwano

The Vice Chancellor who commended the 500 Level Mechanical Engineering student for the gesture, underscored the need for innovators and researchers to embrace mentorship, so that posterity would remember them for good – long after they leave the scene.

He expressed delight over the fact that students and products of F. U.T Minna continue to blaze the trail in whatever field they find themselves due to the tutelage and motivation they receive while studying at the Institution.

Earlier, the App developer highlighted the unique features of the Mobile App and what motivated him to develop it.

Highlight of the presentation included the promise of an undisclosed reward for the developer and a pledge to foot the bill of renewing the hosting of the App on iOS for the next two years; pending subsequent reviews.

Present at the presentation were Principal Officers of the University, the Chairman, Search Media Board, Station Manager and Unit Heads of the Campus Radio & TV