10 February 2013

Nigeria: Unilorin Appoints Gets Registrar

The Governing Council of the University of Ilorin has endorsed the appointment of Mr Emmanuel Obafemi, as the Registrar-designate of the institution.

A statement issued on Sunday by the university's Deputy Director, Corporate Affairs, Mr Kunle Akogun, said the appointment followed the recommendation of the selection board.

According to the statement, Obafemi who is currently the Deputy Registrar, Academic Support Services, will take over from the incumbent, Mrs Olufolake Oyeyemi, whose tenure will expires on April 28, 2013.

It said the registrar-designate, a graduate of the university of Ibadan, joined the services of the university on Sept. 28, 1981 as Assistant Registrar Information.

It said Obafemi had been a Senior Assistant Registrar and Principal Assistant Registrar in various units of the university administration before his appointment.

It said the registrar-designate was promoted to the position of Deputy Registrar in 2006 and served in Establishments Office, College of Health Sciences, Students Affairs Office, Council Office and Academic Support Services.

It said Obafemi, who is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria, would be responsible to the vice chancellor for the day-to-day administration of the University.

The statement also said that he would serve as Secretary to the University Council, the Senate, Convocation and the Congregation of the university.

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