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New Unilorin Registrar will deliver on mandate – Egbewole



Prof. Wahab Egbewole

Prof. Wahab Egbewole, the Vice Chancellor, University of Ilorin (Unilorin), has expressed optimism that the new Regiatrar of the institution, Mr Mansur Alfanla, would deliver on his mandate on the development of the university.

Egbewole said this on Saturday at the university in his welcome address at the felicitation and inauguration of the new Registrar (Alfanla) to his office.

According to him, he has no doubt that the registrar is able and capable to deliver on his mandate.

He described Alfanla as a good product of the university who does not need advertisement.

Egbewole thanked Allah for the seamless process that produced the new registrar, saying a process that used to cause disagreement, friction in other institutions is what God made it easier at Unilorin.

He also paid homage to the immediate past registrar, Dr Folaranmi Olowoleni, for her selfless service to the university.

Egbewole observed Alfanla would continue to leverage on his predecessor’s experience and join the crusade to make Unilorin one of the best in the world.

Mr Emmanuel Obafemi, a former registrar of Unilorin, advised Alfanla to add value to the university and work in tandem with the vice chancellor for the development of the institution.

Obafemi added that the mandate of the regiatrar is to guide the day to day running of the university, while urging members of staff to be loyal and supportive of Alfanla in achieving success.

He therefore advised him on efficiency, effectiveness and functional leadership in his duty.

In his appreciative remark, Alfanla pledges to support the vice chancellor for the upliftment of the varsity.

He described the vice chancellor as wonderful and supportive and looking forward for a fruitful tenure with Egbewole.

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