On 5th March, 2020, The Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Nursing and Midwifery presented two Nissan Twin Cabs vehicles, launched by the Vice Chancellor Prof John Saka. The Department utilized the self-generated funds to purchase the two vehicles considering the huge challenges the University is facing with its old transport fleet. The Nursing and Midwifery program demands that its students spend two thirds of their training practicing in the clinical area. This requires that faculty conducts clinical teaching and supervision to ensure effective integration of theory into practice. There has been a challenge in transportation for Tutors to visit the located supervised centers, with the current development such problems will be resolved. The Vice Chancellor Professor John Saka in his remarks commended the gesture, and wooed other departments to follow the Nursing and Midwifery’s example.