The outgone Acting Bursar, Mrs. Oluremi Oyewunmi, has been commended for her dexterity, resilience and dedication to duty. The Acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ololade Enikuomehin, at a Valedictory Meeting held in her honour by Management, said these attributes earned her the exalted position. He appreciated her for accepting to serve at a critical time in the life of the University, stating that her calmness, gentle way of making observation and disposition to work, were some of her greatest assets.

The Acting Vice-Chancellor also lauded her for not betraying the confidence reposed in her and for being a good representative of the Bursary Department, even as he implored her to give the necessary cooperation to the incoming Bursar for continuity in the system. According to him, “your experience will not be in vain, as God will surely reward you”. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Professor Oluyemisi Eromosele, described Mrs. Oyewunmi as a hardworking and a silent achiever, who discharged her duties with great care. She appreciated for holding forth until the process of appointing a new Bursar was concluded while enjoining her to mentor younger staff in the Bursary for enhanced productivity. Professor Eromosele, who also commended the Acting Vice-Chancellor for the honour given to the Acting Bursar, said his administrative style had brought out the best in the Principal Officers.

The Outgone Acting Registrar, Dr. (Mrs.) Linda Onwuka appreciated Management for the Valedictory meeting. She congratulated Mrs. Oyewunmi for successfully holding forth until when a new Bursar assumed duty, praying that God would continue to order her steps and meet her at her point of needs. The University Librarian, Dr. Mulikat Salaam, appreciated the outgone Acting Bursar for contributing her quota to the success story of the University while the Deputy Registrar II, Office of the Vice-Chancellor, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Dawodu, described Mrs. Oyewunmi as a courageous and resourceful person. Responding, the outgone Acting Bursar thanked the University Management for the confidence reposed in her. She promised to give all the support needed to the new Bursar while adding that, “I will continue to do my best for the system”.