Kwara Govt fires State varsity Vice Chancellor

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The Kwara State government has sacked the Vce Chancellor of the Kwara State University, Professor Abdulrasheed Na’Allah from office with immediate effect.

A statement by the state government directed him to immediately step down for Professor Kenneth Adeyemi who will serve as acting Vice Chancellor. Mr Naalah is expected to proceeds on terminal leave.  

The sacked VC was supposed to have remained in office till July 27 when his tenure expires.

The Kwara State Commissioner for Tertiary Education, Science and Technology, Abdullahi Alikinla, charged  Adeyemi to “take charge of responsibilities relating to the smooth running of the institution in accordance with the law establishing it.” 

Alikinla said Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed took the decisions regarding the two professors in the exercise of the powers conferred on him by the Kwara State University Law 2009, as amended.

The law, he affirmed, empowers the governor, as the visitor to the University, to appoint and remove the Vice Chancellor for good cause and following due consultations.  

The government, however, did not give any explanation for the sudden removal of Mr Na’Allah, the pioneer head of the institution.

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