The special assistant to the Lagos State government on Drainage and Water Resources matters, Joe Igbokwe, has taken to his Facebook page where he shared a video of Jamb Registar, Ishaq Oloyede while resuming his second term tenure.
Igbokwe said honesty and integrity pay.
The video showed how the Arabic professor got a warmth welcome by his staffs.
According to Punch, President Muhammdu Buhari has on Friday approved the reappointment of Professor Ishaq Oloyede as the registrar of the National exam body, the Joints Admission and Marticukations Board for a second term of five years.
Photo: Professor Ishaq Oloyede
The approval was made known in a statement made available to the newsmen on Friday in Abuja by the Director of Press and Public Affairs, Mr. Beng Goong.
Oloyede, who served five years as Jamb registrar has remitted the sum of 30 billion Naira, an amount more than what was remitted to the Federal Government by the board in its 40 years before Oloyede came.
The examination body was established by the Federal Government in 1978, to examinations for entry into polytechnics, Universities, and colleges of Education in the country.
Yes, one good term deserves another.
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