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  • Updated: March 23, 2024

Ibadan Poly SUG welcomes new Rector, lauds Makinde

Ibadan Poly SUG welcomes new Rector, lauds Makinde

The Student Union Government (SUG) of The Polytechnic, Ibadan has expressed excitement over the appointment of Dr Taiwo Abideen Lasisi as the acting Rector of the institution.

In a release signed by the SUG President, Comr. Oyekan Tobiloba and made available to newsmen by the Public Relations Officer, Comr. Kadelu Oluwole, the student body lauded Governor Seyi Makinde for selecting a “student-friendly” leader who has been part of the system.

“The entire students are excited to welcome our amiable Rector to the institution. As the leader of the Student Union Government, we are ready to work with him and promise to support him to ensure all the lofty dreams and goals he has for Poly Ibadan are actualized,” the statement reads.

“We wish to thank our amiable Governor His Excellency, Engr Seyi Makinde for this appointment. Your appointment as the acting Rector of The Polytechnic, Ibadan will serve as a strong foundation for greater exploits especially in academic and administrative affairs as your appointment is based on your dedication, talent, experience, expertise and contribution to education in Abia and its environs.

“It gives us great pleasure to extend our warmest Congratulations to you on your appointment. We trust that you will continue to put up policies that would keep the banner of the polytechnic flying,” the release stated.

Lasisi was a former Dean of Student Affairs and Director of the Academic Planning and Control Unit of The Polytechnic Ibadan, among other administrative responsibilities.

He lectured at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology as an acting Head of the Department of Statistics.

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