Vanguard (Lagos)

21 February 2013

Nigeria: Osun Deputy Governor Tasks Lecturers On Professionalism

University administrators have been urged to always give back to the society and live up to the demands of the ethics of their profession.

This call was made in Ile-Ife by the Deputy Governor of the State of Osun, Otunba (Mrs). Titi Laoye Tomori at the 2013 Get-Together Ceremony of the Obafemi Awolowo University Chapter of the Association of Nigerian University Professional Administrators.

Otunba Titi Laoye Tomori who was represented by the Tutor-General representing Osun East, Mr. Kola Buari told university administrators they owe so much to the management of "our citadel of learning in the bid to prevent them from being turned into hot spots for chaos."

In her presentation entitled; Delivering the University Mandate in Nigeria in the 21st Century-Issues of Standard and Quality, the guest lecturer and the immediate past Registrar/Chief Executive of WAEC, Alhaja Mulikat Bello maintained that quality inputs, if taken through quality processes, will most likely produce quality outcomes.

The ANUPA 2013 get together ceremony had registry lecture series, conferment of awards, send-forth for the retired members, induction of new members and the launching of N25 million development fund for the purchase of ANUPA bus and construction of an events centre as part of the activities.

Otunba Laoye Tomori received the Caring Mother award. Other awardees were Professor Dibu Ojerinde, Registrar/Chief Executive of JAMB, who received the Outstanding Performance award and the Distinguished University Administrator Award went to Mrs. Adenike Temitope Fatogun.

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