Inegbedion lauds conduct of exam at Badagary Centre

Tope Oyewole
Prof. Inegbedion (l) at Badagry Centre for exam monitoring

The Badagry Study Centre of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has earned a vote of confidence over its conduct of the 2024_1 Pen-on-Paper (POP) examination. 

The vote of confidence was conferred on the centre by Prof Juliet Inegbedion who was at the study centre for the official supervision of the ongoing examination.

Based on her satisfactory on-the-spot assessment, Inegbedion commended the centre for strictly sticking to the assessment criteria governing the university examinations conduct. 

Inegbedion arrived two hours before the commencement of the first session examination of the day and was highly impressed to meet dedicated members of staff on ground in readiness for the day's business.  

She could not but vent out her favourable commendation on the centre's commitment to growing its students population through organised and successful advocacy campaigns within one year of its establishment.   

The professor was also impressed with the clean environment that greeted her eyes on arrival and commended the environmental staff and security personnel for their efforts in keeping the centre clean and safe from unauthorised access.  

She, however, charged the study centre to leverage on their border closeness to drawing more international students to the university.

During the visit, Inegbedion was welcomed by the Director of the centre, Dr. Julius Paul Eyanuku as well as some staff members of the study centre.