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Idris Amale appointed Deputy VC Federal University Lafia

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The Senate of the Federal University Lafia, FULafia, on Wednesday confirmed the appointment of Prof. Idris Amale as the new Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the university.

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Prof. Sanusi Liman, the Vice-Chancellor of the institution, made this known to newsmen when he received the new deputy vice-chancellor in his office in Lafia, Nasarawa State.

The vice-chancellor said that Mr Amale, who before his new the appointment was the Director, Academic Planning of the institution, would take over from Martin Ogbe.

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Mr Liman said that the appointment, which took effect immediately, would be for a period of five years.

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He congratulated Mr Amale on what he described as a well-deserved appointment, given his wealth of experience.

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Liman, therefore, expressed the hope that the deputy vice-chancellor would justify the confidence reposed in him.

He urged Mr Amale to join hands with the authorities toward taking the institution to the next level.

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Responding, Mr Amale expressed gratitude to the Senate of the university for finding him worthy of the appointment and promised to discharge his functions diligently and to the best of his ability.

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