As the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccination in the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) successfully climaxed at the university headquarters in Abuja on July 2, 2021, the Head of University Clinic, Dr. Hassan Sule has disclosed that there has not been any serious complaint from members of staff who took the jab.
Sule stated this in a brief chat with NOUN News during the second dose of Covid-19 vaccination exercise at the convocation Arena, University headquarters, Jabi, Abuja.
The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) is a technologically-driven institution, making it pertinent for each and every staff of the university, irrespective of his or her cadre, to be a computer literate, director, Centre for Human Resource Development (CHRD), Prof. Grace E. Jokthan, has said.
Oba Afunbiowo estate community hosting Akure study centre of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) on Friday 2nd, July, 2021, paid a familiarity visit to the Centre Director, Prof. Samuel Ogunwale Ogundiran and members of staff.
The team was led by a prominent community leader, High Chief Omotayo Ejemikin of Akure, and was accompanied by Bar (Dr) Olipede Dare Ezekiel and Mr Olujobi, among others.
The Crusader Sterling Pensions Limited (CSL) has told its contributors in the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) that sequel to the recent updates and developments in the Pension Industry, henceforth only 25% of a Retirement Savings Account (RSA) Fund can be accessed.
The percentage is on the condition of a contributor being jobless for up to four months or in a situation where the contributor is set to relocate to another country.
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Olufemi Peters, Wednesday morning, visited the Abuja Model Study Centre, Dutse-Alhaji to monitor the ongoing e-examination and inspect renovation works at the centre.
The VC was received by the centre directors of Dutse-Alhaji, Prof. Sam Ayodele, and Special Study Centre, NURTW, Mrs. Patience Adeniyi, the Deputy Registrar, Mrs. Hawa Ben-Hirki as well as other senior staff, who accompanied him as he went round the large e-examination hall to monitor the ongoing exercise.
The National Open University of Nigeria has, on Tuesday, June 29th 2021, held a symbolic issuance of certificates to inmate graduates of the university across the special study centres located in seven Correctional Service Centres, following the university’s 9th and 10th Convocation Ceremony in January.