Bingham University Management And Senate Hold Valedictory Sessions In Honour Of Registrar And University Librarian

Published on: Jul 5th, 2024



Two sessions of valedictory meetings was held recently by the Management and Senate of Bingham University in honour of two Principal Officers of the University, the Registrar, Dr. (Mrs.) Esther J. Dyaji and the University Librarian, Assoc. Prof. Dan Ajibili whose tenure draws to an end in July 2024.


At the valedictory sessions which held at the Senate Chamber of the University, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Haruna Kuje Ayuba described the two Officers as true ambassadors and models who have dedicated their time to the service of the University especially at very challenging times.  He acclaimed their commitment to duty and hard work that cannot be rewarded or measured in monetary terms. 


“You have served meritoriously in the course of carrying out your duties and functions in the university even at a time when the university was passing through it challenging moments you stood and served. Your service is commendable and would want to wish you success in your future endeavor”. He said.


Members took turns in Management and Senate to pay glowing tributes to the Registrar and University  Librarian for the many giant strides university achieved during their stewardship.


In her remarks, the Registrar, Dr. (Mrs.) Esther J. Dyaji expressed her gratitude to members of  Management and Senate of the University for the kind words and recognition accorded her on account of her tenure as Registrar of the University .  She pointed out that even though some decision taken affected some staff members which her duty requires was for the interest and well-being of the university and requested staff members for understanding . 


The University Librarian also was appreciative to members of Management  and Senate for the opportunity given him to serve, staing that any success accorded to him was as result the support he received from them.  


Other cherished moments shared at the valedictory sessions were the presentation of plaques to the 2 Principal Officers of the University as a mark of honour,  having served the University in their various capacities meritoriously during their tenure as Registrar and University Librarian respectively.