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VOC. EDUCATION SENDS OFF OLUWANIRAN, JAMES, AKINNUSI LAUNCHES BOOK IN THEIR HONOUR

The School of Vocational Education has on Wednesday, 2nd September, 2020 sent off the trio of Mr T.O Oluwaniran, Mrs S.A James and Dr F.A.O Akinnusi, after attaining the Federal Government stipulated age of Sixty five (65) years and launched a book titled “LEGACY” in their honour.

The trio from the departments of Business Education, Home Economics and Agricultural Science Education were given a befitting sendoff ceremony which was held at the new School of Vocational Educational hall. The event which drew eminent personalities within and outside the College also had a Book launch in their honour.

The Provost, Dr A.A Ajayi while declaring the Ceremony opened appreciated everyone present saying that the trio during their service years contributed immensely to the College. He added that the School had actually done the needful for the retirees and therefore thanked the Local Organising Committee for a job well done.

Earlier, the Chairman, Local Organising Committee, Mrs Roseline Adebayo and the Dean School of Vocational Education in their separate addresses appreciated everyone present at the event noting that the retirees had come, seen and conquered; adding that they deserved to be honoured and celebrated indeed. They thereafter prayed that the retirees would live long to enjoy the fruits of their labours.

The Book reviewer, Dr P.E Ezenandu of English Department, having done justice to it was unveiled by the Provost, Dr A.A Ajayi. Thereafter, goodwill messages were welcomed from the immediate past COEASU Chairman, Comrade Akin Akinyele and a Chief Lecturer from the Business Education Department, Dr O.A Abati both of whom poured encomiums on the retirees and wished them a blissful retirement.

OVL PURCHASES NEW VAN

Mrs F.F Sogaolu, FCA, Director, FCE Osiele Ventures Limited (OVL) on Wednesday 2nd September, 2020 informed the College Management of the purchase of a new delivery vehicle bought to complement the distribution of Blocks and other products of the Venture. This was at the formal presentation of the Vehicle to the College Management and request for prayers on the Vehicle and its users.

Speaking at the short event, the Provost, Dr A.A Ajayi appreciated God for the progress recorded by OVL, adding that the vehicle was a necessity for the Ventures; it was also a dream fulfilled and wish of the College Management that the Vehicle performed its function for greater benefits. He further prayed for all the Vehicles at the Venture not to become liabilities to the Ventures.

The Provost, Dr A.A Ajayi; Deputy Provost, Dr R.A Soyele; Director OVL, Mrs F.F Sogaolu FCA; Dean Vocational, Dr T.J Fadoju; Special Assistant to the Provost, Mrs M.I Sogunle and the School of Vocational Education School Officer, Mr G Dulagha all graced the new Van’s showcase.

AKINSANYA, AJAYI, IWUAGWU, OLOGE AND ODUBIYI EMERGE DEANS AS ADEJOBI BECOMES PIONEER DEAN OF THE NEW SCHOOL OF ECCE & PED

In the just concluded elections of Deans for the five (5) existing Schools in the College held between Monday 24th and Wednesday 26th August, 2020, Mrs Taiwo Adedayo Akinsanya of the Schools of Arts and Social Sciences; Mr Ayoade Olusola Ajayi of General Education; Mrs Stella Ifeyinwa Chibuzo Iwuagwu of Languages; Dr Adebowale Iyabo Dan – Ologe of Sciences and Mr James Abiodun Odubiyi of Vocational Education, emerged Deans of their various Schools while Mrs A.O Adejobi becomes pioneer Dean of the yet to take off School of Early Childhood Care Education and Primary Education.

In the keenly contested elections, the School of Arts and Social Sciences had three (3) Contestants - Mrs T.A Akinsanya, Dr T. O. Salaudeen and Dr A.A Olorunsogo; School of Vocational Education had Mrs F.O Ogunwemimo and Mr J.A Odubiyi; School of Languages had Mrs S.I.C Iwuagwu and Dr P.E Ezenandu while School of Sciences had Dr I.A Mofikoya and Dr A.I Dan Ologe. The School of General Education presented one candidate, Mr Ayo Ajayi, who was elected unopposed. The School of Early Childhood Care and Primary Education which commences next session – 2020/2021 Academic session had Mrs A.O Adejobi as its pioneer Dean.

College Update congratulates and wishes the new Deans a successful tenure of Office.

CHANGE OF NAME

This is to inform the entire College Community that as a result of Marriage and having presented all necessary documents, former Miss Oluwatoyin Racheal Oyetoran of the School of Education shall henceforth be known, called and addressed as Mrs Rachael Oluwatoyin ROJUGBOKAN.

The College Community should please take note.

RESUMPTION OF DUTY FOR OFFICERS ON GL 12, 13 AND THOSE ON ESSENTIAL DUTIES

The College Management in compliance with the Federal Government directive has instructed all Staff affected by this directive to resume duty.

It is on record that at the initial occurrence of the Covid19 Pandemic and following the directive of the Federal Government upon the recommendation of the Presidential Task Force, the College was closed on Friday 27th March, 2020. However, with the Progress made to combat the Pandemic, work is gradually resuming in all Federal Government Ministries, Agencies and Departments which made the PTF recommend that workers on grade Level 12 and above resume back to their duty posts.

The College Management therefore has instructed Staff on CONTEDISS 11 and CONPCASS 05 and above to resume work with immediate effect from 10th August, 2020.
In a Circular dated 12th August, 2020, from the Office of the Registrar and signed by Mr T.O Komolafe an Assistant Deputy Registrar in charge of Senior Staff Establishments, the Working days shall be Monday to Friday from 8.00am to 4.00pm.

Also, Staffers are to comply with the NCDC protocols of wearing of face masks, Social Distancing and use of Hands Sanitizers/washing of hands.