ASUU Lauds Nasarawa University Departing VC Leadership Qualities

Says he has done so well, and they hope other vice chancellors will imitate him in the interest of their youth.
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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has lauded the leadership qualities of Professor Suleiman Bala-Mohammed, the departing Vice Chancellor of Nasarawa State University Keffi (NSUK), for transforming the institution.

The President of the union, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, chaired the commendation of the departing VC at a Special Valedictory Congress held by the union’s NSUK branch at the university in Keffi local government area of Nasarawa State yesterday, March 25, 2024.

 According to reports, the theme of the congress lecture delivered by Prof. Adegboyega Kolawole from the University of Abuja is “The Peregrination of Prof. Suleiman Bala-Mohammed as a Comrade and University Administrator.”

The departing VC’s tenure is anticipated to end on April 2, 2024. For this reason, the exceptional Congress held in his honour by the union.

 In an interview with journalists, Osodeke affirmed that Bala-Mohammed made the union proud of the developmental steps achieved at the university during his tenure as Vice Chancellor.

 As we all know, he has finished his tenure, and during that time, he developed the system in terms of social infrastructure, human development, and staff remuneration. He impacted the lives of everyone.

 If you move around the institution, all the Tertiary Education Fund money given to develop the school was adequately used and accounted for.

Professor Suleiman Bala Mohammed has done so well, and we hope other vice chancellors will imitate him in the interest of our youth.

On his part, Prof. Sam Alu, Chairman of the ASUU NSUK branch, revealed that the departing VC’s attainment encouraged the union to hold the special congress in his glory, even though such glory has never been conferred on any previous Vice Chancellor in the past.

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