The Non Academic Staff Union (NASU) of the Kwara State University, Malete, has felicitated Prof. Mohammed Mustapha-Akanbi on his appointment as the new Vice Chancellor of the University.
The Chairman of NASU at the institution, Alhaji Atere Baba-Shehu in his congratulatory message on Wednesday described the appointment as a welcome development.
“On behalf of the NASU branch Kwara State University, Malete , we felicitate our amiable Vice Chancellor, Prof M M Akanbi on his well deserved appointment”, he said.
Baba-Shehu prayed that his tenure would witness more development that would further take the institution to greater height
He said that NASU would support and cooperate with the Vice Chancellor to realise of his vision and mission for the University.
He urged the VC to look into the welfare of members of staff by motivating them through Conferences and Seminars to make them more vasatile in their duty
Nigeria News Agency recalls that Gov. AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq on Wednesday approved the appointment of Prof. Mohammed Mustapha-Akanbi as the new vice chancellor of KWASU, Malete.
The new vice chancellor, who was former Director, School of Preliminary Studies, University of Ilorin, and a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), succeeded the current vice chancellor of the University of Abuja, Prof. AbdulRasheed Na’Allah.
Edited By: Edith Bolokor/Felix Ajide
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