The University Governing Council, at its 90th Statutory Meeting, held on Thursday, November 10, 2016, considered reports on the University. According to the Registrar and Secretary to Council, Mr. Mathew Ayoola, as part of necessary reforms aimed at repositioning the University, the Governing Council approved Management’s decisions earlier taken to restore normal academic activities and peace to the University and commended the efforts of the Management and staff, to sustain the integrity of the University.
Council also disengaged some erring staff from the services of the University for various offences, which include stealing of University property, insubordination, willful disobedience to lawful instructions, absconding from assigned duty posts, sabotage and other forms of gross misconduct, prejudicial to good governance and peace of the University. All the affected members of staff were availed of the opportunity of responding to the queries against them in line with the extant provisions of the University. This is in line with the resolve of the Governing Council to fulfill its statutory roles of ensuring the stability of the University. Council further approved the appointment of Mrs. Oluremi Oyewunmi as Acting University Bursar, after the expiration of the tenure of Mr. Moses Ilesanmi and noted that the process for the appointment of a substantive University Bursar had begun.
Council enjoined all staff to be dedicated to duty, as necessary steps were being taken to attend to issues of welfare, such as promotions, staff training and development while reiterating its resolve not to entertain any form of indiscipline in the University.