UNIVERSITY OF JOS, JOS NIGERIA
(OFFICE OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR)
INFORMATION, PUBLICATIONS, PUBLIC RELATIONS & PROTOCOL DIVISION
UNIJOS GOVERNING COUNCIL EXTENDS REGISTRAR’S TENURE
The 13th Governing Council of the University of Jos has extended the tenure of the Registrar of the University, Chief Monday Danjem for an additional one (1) year.
The Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of the Governing Council, Prince Tony Momoh on behalf of the Governing Council, considered the favourable recommendation of the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Seddi Sebastian Maimako and approved the extension of the Registrar’s tenure with effect from 24th June, 2021 for a period of one year only.
In a letter to the Registrar conveying the decision of the Governing Council to extend his tenure, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Seddi Sebastian Maimako noted that Council took the decision having considered and reviewed the performance of the Registrar for which he was found to be competent, dependable and hardworking.
The Universities (Miscellaneous Provision) (Amendment) Act 2012 empowers University Governing Councils to, upon satisfactory performance, extend the tenure of a Registrar for a period of one year only after serving a single term of five years in the first instance. The tenure of the current Registrar of the University of Jos, Chief Monday Danjem will expire on 23rd June, 2021.
Mr Monday Danjem is the seventh (7th) substantive Registrar of the University of Jos and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Administration and Masters Degree in Public Administration, both from the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria. He secured employment with the University of Jos in September 1997 as Administrative Officer I and steadily rose through the ranks until he was appointed Registrar of the University of Jos on 24th June, 2016.
Chief Monday Danjem who hails from Jiblik in Pankshin Local Government Area of Plateau State, is Married to Mrs Esther Danjem and they are blessed with Six (6) children.
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