27th May, 2015
With less than 36 hours to leave office, President Goodluck Jonathan has continued to approve new appointments.
The latest was his appointment of vice-chancellors for the four federal universities of education and a Federal University of Health Sciences.
Notice of the appointments is contained in a statement issued by the Federal Ministry of Education on Wednesday in Abuja.
The statement was signed by Mr Sul Ya’u Sule, the Senior Special Assistant, Public Relations and Protocol to Malam Ibrahim Shekarau, the Minister of Education.
The statement listed the Vice-Chancellors as Prof. Martins Aghaji for Federal University of Sciences, Otukpo, Benue and Prof. Richard King for Adeyemi University of Education, Ondo.
Others are Prof. Sadiq Abubakar for Alvan Ikoku University of Education, Owerri, Prof. Victor Awonusi for Federal University of Education, Kano and Prof. Ibrahim Kolo for Federal University of Education, Zaria.
The statement noted that the appointment was with immediate effect.
It added that President Jonathan had also approved the appointment of Dr Nnamdi Olebara, the Special Adviser, Media to Shekarau, as member, Governing Council of Alvan Ikoku University of Education, Owerri.
The appointment was conveyed to Olebara in a letter signed by the Minister of Education, dated May 26.