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Buhari Sacks JAMB Registrar, 16 Other Heads of Education Agencies


…Okays their Replacements

ABUJA, NIGERIA (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Former Vice Chancellor, University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) Prof. Ishaq Oloyede has been appointed as the new Registrar/Chief Executive of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB.

Oloyede, until his appointment, is the Secretary General Nigeria Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA). He recorded many landmark achievements while serving as VC of UNOLORIN.

President Muhammadu Buhari also sacked 16 other Chief Executives of Parastatals and Agencies under the Federal Ministry of Education and authorized their replacement.

A statement by the Federal Ministry of education said the appointments are with effect from Monday, august 01, 2016.

The 17 agencies affected and the new Chief Executives are:

National Universities Commission (NUC) – Prof Abubakar adamu Rasheed

Nigerian Institute for education Planning and Administration – Pro, Mrs. Lilian Salami

Universal Basic Education   – Dr. Hameed Bobboyi

National library of Nigeria – Prof Lanre Aina

National Examinations Council – Prof Charles Uwakwe

National Commission for Mass Literacy, Adult and Non-Formal education – Prof Abba Aladu

Nomadic education Commission – Prof Bashir Usman

National Business and technical Examinations Board – Prof Isioma Isiugo-Abanihe

Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria – Prof Sunday Josiah Ajiboye

Computer Registration Council of Nigeria – Afolabi aderinto

National Commission for Colleges of Education – Prof Bappah Aliyu

Tertiary Education Trust Fund – Dr. Abdullahi Bichi Baffa

National Teachers Institute –  Prof Garba Dahuwa Azare

Libarian Registration Council of Nigeria – Prof Michael Afolabi

National Mathematical Centre – Prof Steven Ejugwu Onah

Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB – Prof Ishaq Oloyede

National Institute of Nigerian Languages – Prof Chinyere Ohiri-Aniche

Those retained are;

Nigeria Educational Research & Development Council – Prof Samaila Junaidu

Nigerian French Language Village – Prof Rauuf Adebisi

National board for technical education – Dr. Mas’ud Kazaure

National Arabic Language Village – Prof Muhammad Mu’az


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1 Comment for “Buhari Sacks JAMB Registrar, 16 Other Heads of Education Agencies”

  1. Dr. Badmus, A.J.R.

    May God help us in Nigeria with the way we waste resources not only money. In opinion, many of these parrastals can be combined and that will not only safe money it will also safe other resources such as office spaces, buildings, staffing, computers and other things necessary for any agency to function effectively, if we can mention effectiveness as a sine qua non for any agency in Nigeria. It is a surprise for us that were educated in Nigeria in the sixties and early seventies up to secondary schools education levels and had a very enviable educations as demonstrated by our performances in overseas colleges and universities without all these duplication and redundancy been available in Nigeria then. Let me make some suggestions from my ignorance and see how much resources and money we can safe. Why can’t we do the following: A. Combine 1.Universal Basic Education, 2. Nomadic Education Council, 3. Nigerian Institute for education planning and Universal Education together. B. Combine National Examination Council with JAMB. C. Combine Commission for College of Education 2. National Teachers’ Institute 3. National Education research & Development and Administration. D. Combine National French Language Village and National Arabic Language Village. E. Combine National Library of Nigeria with Librarian Registration of Nigeria. F. Combine National Business & Technical Board of Nigeria with Computer Registration Council. As we can see we will have six instead of seventeen different bureaucracies. That is why it is very frustrating and it is a bureaucratic nightmares trying to do any business registration in Nigeria. There are too many offices to go to and unfortunately all of them are doing the same thing. Dr. A.J.R. Badmus.

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