The Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academics) of the Lagos State University (LASU) Prof Olumuyiwa Noah, has been re-elected to serve in that office for another two years.
Prof. Noah was re-elected by senate of the university on Monday, in an election in which he secured a landslide victory over his opponent, following the expiration of his first tenure on August 24.
The university’s Spokesman, Mr. Adekoya Martins, who made this known to the media in Lagos, said that Noah polled 104 votes to beat Prof. Danoye Oguntola-Laguda who polled seven votes.
Noah is a lecturer of the Department of Educational Foundation and Counseling Psychology, while Oguntola-Laguda is of the Department of Religion and Peace Studies.
According to the spokesman, a total of 113 votes were cast by the members of the senate but two were void. “The election was peaceful and successful,” Martins said.
He further disclosed that Noah will serve as LASU’s DVC (Academics) for another two years.