Tuesday, July 19, 2016

New Registrar & Bursar Appointed In AAUA

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The Governing Council of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA) has approved the appointment of Mr. Michael Sunday Ayeerun and Mrs. Veronica Olubunmi Ologun as Registrar and Bursar of the institution, respectively.
Ayeerun, who has been named as the Registrar in an acting capacity hails from Ifira-Akoko in Akoko South East Local Government of the state.
He obtained a B.Ed. (Hons) degree in Adult Education and Political Science from the University of Calabar in 1987; M.Ed. in Educational Management from AAUA in 2006; Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Management (PGDFM) also from the same university in 1996; and Certificate in Management of Higher Education Institutions from the Galilee International Management Institute (GIMI), Israel in 2013.
The new Registrar, Mrs. Ologun, is a Fellow of the Institute of Corporate Administration of Nigeria (FCAI); member, Institute of Personal Assistants of Nigeria (ACPA); member, Association of Nigerian University Professional Administrators (MANUPA); and member, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPMN).

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