The Federal Government has approved the appointment of Dr Olukemi Oyelola and Mr Taofeek Raheem as Yaba College of Technology’s Deputy Rectors, Academic and Administration respectively.
A statement issued to the News Agency of Nigeria on Saturday in Lagos stated that the appointment was for a two-year-term, with effect from September 1.
The statement said that the approval letter of the appointment was dated September 8 and signed by Mr. E.O Fayemi for the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu.
It said the new Deputy Rectors replaced Mr Innocent Akhuemonkhan and Dr Moroof Adebakin, the duo’s tenure expired recently.
It said Oyelola was a former Director, Centre for Entrepreneurial Development of the College, and an experienced Chief Lecturer.
It added that until this appointment, Raheem was an astute Dean, Students’ Affairs and a Chief Lecturer in the School of Liberal Studies.
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