University Vice-chancellor of Kwara State University Sacked

University Vice-chancellor of Kwara State University Sacked

May 9, 2019 0 By admin

Professor Abdulrasheed Na’Allah, the Vice-chancellor of Kwara State University has been coordinated to step down from office with immediate impact, while Professor Kenneth Adeyemi has been coordinated to serve as acting Vice Chancellor while Mr Naalah continues on terminal leave.

This development was passed on in a statement by the Kwara government on Monday evening.

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Mr Na’allah, 56, was named vice-chancellor at the commencement of the university in the 2009-2010 academic session. The state government did not give any explanation behind the unexpected evacuation of Mr Na’Allah, the pioneer head of the institution.

The Kwara State Commissioner for Tertiary Education, Science and Technology, Abdullahi Alikinla, encouraged Mr Adeyemi to “assume responsibility for duties identifying with the smooth running of the institution as per the law building up it.” Mr Alikinla said Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed took the choices in regards to the two professors in the activity of the powers conferred on him by the Kwara State University Law 2009, as revised.

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The law, he stated, empowers the governor, as the guest to the University, to choose and expel the Vice Chancellor for good purpose and following due counsels.

In any case, the Nigerian Tribune is citing the chairman of the university’s overseeing council, Saka Nuru, as separating the council from the governor’s activity.

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In any case, Nigerian Tribune while reporting the story cited the chairman of the university’s overseeing council, Saka Nuru, as saying;

“This mandate isn’t tuned in to the University’s law and is going to prompt diversion from the Downpour Semester examination and the procedure arrangement of vital officers that are as of now in advancement,”