According to reports, the acting VC, while addressing the public today in front of the University Senate Building, said he is ready to ensure the problem currently experienced by the institution does not happen again.
Following the decision of the University Senate to present him as the acting VC yesterday, the formerly aggrieved members of the Non Academic Staff of Universities (NASU) and that of the Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities (SSANU) have expressed satisfaction at Elujoba’s candidature.
Elujoba, 68, is the first indigene of Ile-Ife, Osun state – where the school is located – to become the institution’s Vice Chancellor. He was supposed to proceed on a sabbatical starting August before he was voted to take up his current position. Any moment from now, President Buhari is expected to make the official announcement of Elujoba as the acting Vice-Chancellor of the institution.
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