Vice-Chancellor, Professor Samuel Oye Bandele, has formally presented the incoming Registrar of the University Mr. Akinwunmi Arogundade to the University community. Prof Bandele unveiled Mr. Arogundade before the entire University community on Tuesday, 5th April, 2016 during the month of April 2016 University prayer session saying the appointment was divine.

       Speaking about the emergence of Barrister Arogundade, the EKSU Chief Executive said that he beat all other contestants to emerge as the new Registrar, who will assume duty on 8th May, 2016.

       According to the Vice-Chancellor, the incoming Registrar’s emergence was through a thorough screening and interview. The appointment was approved by the Governing Council and the Visitor to the University, Governor Ayodele Fayose, he said.

Professor Bandele, therefore, urged all members of the University community to co-operate with new Registrar in the day-to-day running of the Registry.

The Vice-Chancellor urged, Barrister Arogundade to justify his appointment by being hardworking and fair to all. He said that the University was at the threshold of greatness and all members of staff must co-operate to make the institution great.

Professor Bandele later in the monthly prayer used the month of APRIL as prayer points for workers saying that the “A” stands for Appreciation and that should enable staff to appreciate God always. “P” stands for Praise, he enjoined the University community to continue to praise God so that good things will come as God wants. “R”, according to the Vice-Chancellor represents Rejoicing, stressing that God would make the University rejoice over good things while “I”, stands for Inspiration and that God would inspire the staff to greatness.

       Finally, Prof Bandele said that “L” in the month of APRIL represents Laughter and nobody will weep in the University this month.

       The monthly prayer also witnessed scriptural reading by Dr. (Mrs) Mukolu, exhaltation by Pastor T. Adelusi, prayers for the University by Prof J. A Oloyede and prayer for the state and the nation by Prof AbduRaheem.