Written by Godfrey AKON

UNIMAID VC expresses confidence in Bogoro

The Vice Chancellor of University of Maiduguri, Prof Ibrahim Njodi, has expressed confidence in the leadership qualities of the Executive Secretary of Tertiary Education Trust Fund, TETFund, Prof Suleiman Bogoro.

Njodi, who led a delegation of the University to Abuja to congratulate Bogoro on his recent reinstatement, said Unimaid recognizes Bogoro’s leadership qualities, noting that his unprecedented recall to serve at the Fund by President Muhammadu Buhari is a confirmation of the confidence Nigerians have in his administrative and Managerial acumen. 

The VC said he was proud of the Executive Secretary’s re-instatement being an Alumnus of the University, adding that the university will continue to support him in any way possible.

Bogoro, in his response, thanked the Vice Chancellor and noted that the size of the delegation not only made him emotional but also evoked a feeling of nostalgia remembering his days as a student at the University.

He said he has come back with renewed vigour to relentlessly serve the Fund and the Country at large.

The TETFund boss assured the Vice Chancellor of his continued support to the University within the ambit of the law, in order to ensure that the Institution continues with its excellent performance in the utilization of Intervention funds. 

He commended Njodi and the Unimaid Management team for their promptness in accessing their yearly allocations, a feat which he noted many of the Beneficiary Institutions are still struggling with. 

 

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