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UNILORIN elevates 685 senior staff

The University of Ilorin (UNILORIN)’s management has approved the promotion of 685 senior staff members from both the academic and non-teaching cadres.

This promotion followed approval by the university’s Appointment and Promotions Committee (A&PC), which met in November 2021, to evaluate the numerous suggestions from the various faculties and units.

According to the Registry Unit’s preliminary analysis of the promotion exercise, 201 of the beneficiaries are academic personnel, while the remainder 484 are non-teaching staff recruited from various units of the university.

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Thirteen of the recipients were promoted to CONTISS 14, according to the breakdown.

Some of the recipients who spoke with journalists about the development praised the university’s administrators for giving them the promotion, which they said would motivate them to work harder.

Mrs. Rukayat Olorukoba of the Legal Unit, who was promoted to Deputy Director, said she was overjoyed when she received the letter informing her of her promotion.

While thanking the university’s officials for her promotion, she stated that she would not take the honor for granted and that she would work much harder to persuade the university’s authorities that she truly deserved it.

Mr. Adenle of UNILORIN 89.3 FM’s Yoruba Unit, who was also promoted to Deputy Director, praised the Almighty God for allowing him to achieve the rank, which he described as “an outstanding status in my chosen job.”

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The renowned broadcaster also expressed his gratitude to the Directorate of Corporate Affairs management for recommending his elevation, as well as the University authorities for confirming it.

Director of Corporate Affairs at the institution, Mr. Kunle Akogun, said that the development was a normal exercise and a demonstration of the University’s authorities’ unwavering commitment to constantly rewarding effort and integrity.

Mr. Akogun congratulated this year’s promotion recipients and asked them to renew their dedication to the University’s service in order to merit their promotions.

He went on to say that the administration expected nothing but hard work and loyalty to the University’s basic values from staff members, regardless of their level, in order for it to remain the University of first choice.