By Sammeni Kamsobbi
The Management of Adamawa State University, Mubi on Saturday, 12th August, 2023 organized a send forth in honour of the immediate past Vice Chancellor, Professor Kaletapwa Farauta and the former Chairman Governing Council, Dr. Auwal Tukur.
In what can best be described as appreciation for their roles in bringing rapid growth to the University, the management of the institution organized a send forth ceremony in honour of the two.
In her speech, the Adamawa State Deputy Governor, Professor Kaletapwa Farauta who was the former Vice Chancellor, tasked the University Community to shun any differences and put hands on deck, to work collectively towards achieving a common goal.
Professor Kaletapwa Farauta reminded the University community that it is not about an individual but the system, hence she called on them to work as a team with a common mindset of having an institution of everyone's desire.
The Deputy Governor praised the management , staff and other stakeholders for their support during her time as the Vice Chancellor. She encouraged her successor to work towards consolidating on her achievements and attaining greater height for the advancement of the University.
On his part, the former Chairman of the 9th Governing Council, Adamawa State University, Mubi , Dr. Auwal Tukur expressed delight for the honour accorded him.
He advised the University community to ensure the sustainability of the good legacies left by the former Vice Chancellor and encouraged them to build on them so that the University could wax stronger.
The Acting Vice Chancellor Dr. Stephen Lagu earlier wished the celebrants well in their new assignments, acknowledging that the immediate past Vice Chancellor ofand the former Chairman of the 9th Governing Council, represent the very best one can have in any organization as attested to by the leaps and bounds during their time at the University.
Dr. Lagu also saluted the endless support the University enjoys from Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri, saying it is instrumental to the successes recorded.
He thereafter, appealed for more interventions by government in tackling some of the problems of the University.