University Management has inaugurated a committee on Quality Assurance and Monitoring.

Professor Ogunwole, while briefing the committee members on the terms of reference said “the aim of this committee is to ensure strict adherence to the laid down rules and regulations that govern a university environment like ours. For us to properly train our students and set the pace for the nation and indeed the world at large, we ourselves as academics and administrators must be accountable and responsible. If we must correct and sanction students for offences like truancy, then staff members must not be seen to be above the law.”

He charged them to do the job they have been given with the utmost sense of responsibility and integrity, and to ensure that favoritism will not have any part to play in the discharge of their duties.

Chairman of the committee, Dr. S. C. Madubuike

Speaking on behalf of the members of the Quality Assurance and Monitoring Committee, the Chairman, Dr. S. C. Madubuike thanked Management for the confidence placed in every one of them, and assured them that external influences would not affect their duties. He added that they would ensure that actions and activities that would water down the ethics and culture of the university would not be tolerated.

Members of management in attendance were the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Joshua Ogunwole; the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Prof. John Akande; the Acting Registrar, Mr Sunday Ilupeju and the University Chaplain, Rev. Dr. Humphrey Okereafor, who prayed for the grace to remain steadfast and committed in the discharge of their duties.

Dubbed as “the campus police,” the committee will monitor all university activities and ensure that high quality will be the common denominator for all services delivered. Other members of the committee are: Dr. O. G. Lala, Dr. A. O. Oguntunji, Dr. M. B. Ayetoro, Mr L. Asumu, Rev. K. Popoopla, Mr S. A. O. Adepoju, Mr D. A Alabi and Mr R. Adeniji.