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Title: Directorate of Advancement Bulk Short Messages Records success

The Bulk SMS platform that was launched by the Directorate of University Advancement, to connect with the teaming University alumni that are spread across the Country and abroad has started recording great success.

These was made possible by a complain which was put forward through the bulk short message platform by an alumnus of the University from the Faculty of Medicine in the department of Human Physiology, Mr. Olayinka M. Olateju, with registration number U06hp1001 whose result was omitted since 2011.

Mr Olayinka who undergo different huddles from the time of graduation to the year 2015 to collect his certificate, until recently the recent launch of the Directorate bulk short message platform came to his rescue in October 2015.

The effort of the advancement directorate made it possible for Mr. Alayinka to collect his certificate on the 16th March, 2016, after due processes were followed by the staff of the Directorate and the University academic office..

Mr. Olayinka who was with full of praises to the Directorate, expressed great appreciation with all effort made to make it possible for him to collect his certificate in a grand style.

Also Speaking the University acting Registrar Mallam Rabiu Samaila said the University has put everything in place to enable graduate of the University collect their certificate without facing any difficulties. While urging all graduate of the University always come forth with their grievances.

He added that the academic office is exploring the use of modern techniques to make certificate collection expedient henceforth in the University, while thanking the Advancement Directorate for the role it played in solving the problem.

On his part the Academic secretary Mr. Bashir Ibrahim mentioned that the issue of certificate omission was a recurrent decimal which the office is working tirelessly to control, adding that the academic office has been re positioned to tackle the issues without any delay.



Posted by: Ahmed Jika, ON Wednesday 27th of April 2016