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Matawalle approves appointment of 412 academics, non academic staff of Zamfara State university –

As part of efforts to reform the education sector, Zafara State Governor Bello Matawalle has approved the appointment of 412 long-term academic and non-academic staff to the new Zafara State University.

This follows earlier advice from university management.

In a statement issued by Special Adviser to Media Zailani Bappa said, “The executive governor’s approval is effective immediately and was confirmed today (Wednesday) by the service chief Alhaji Muhammad Kabiru Gayyari.

“In a report by the Strategy and Development Committee headed by Professor Yusuf Muhammad Adamu Tsafe, Governor Matawalle had earlier directed the Ministry of Higher Education to liaise with university management to ensure that all key recommendations to facilitate smooth progress were implemented. The University’s take off.

“In line with the directives of the committee headed by Professor Yusuf to implement the report’s recommendations, the University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Yahya Zakari Abdullahi, coordinated recruitment for both academic and non-academic positions.

“The process is overseen by the Ministry of Higher Education and complies with the accreditation requirements of the National Universities Commission (NUC) and the Zafara State Civil Service Regulations.

“Thus, out of 412 recommended candidates, 205 were recommended for academic staff positions in various positions including professor, reader, senior lecturer, first class lecturer, second class lecturer, assistant lecturer and graduate assistant.

“These positions are spread across all departments of the University, including Nursing Sciences, Public Health, Physical Therapy, Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Geology, Physics, Electronics, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Computer Science, Biology, Chemistry , Mathematics, Statistics, Accounting, Economics, English, History and International Studies, Islamic Studies, Early Childhood Education, Primary Education and Mass Communication.

“The remaining 207 candidates were recommended for appointment to non-academic staff in various positions including Deputy Registrar, Principal Assistant Registrar, Assistant Registrar, Senior Executive, Administrative Assistant, Chief Accountant, Technologist, Systems Analyst, Chief Software Developers, Library Officers, Confidential Secretaries, Computer Operators, Sanitation Officers, Clerks, Craftsmen, Livestock/Log Officers and Technical Officers, etc.

“His Excellency the Governor-General of Matawale has directed the Head of Service to convey through the Ministry of Higher Education the approval of the University to issue letters of appointment to all successful candidates.

“Governor Matawalle implores all new appointees to fulfill their noble duties for the advancement of the University and the state as a whole.

“He further committed to continue to provide all necessary support to the newly established university to meet the requirements of being a world-class university.

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