Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, has charged members of the visitation panel to the Benue State University to ensure confidentiality of all presentations received from interested parties.
The Governor gave the charge today at the old Banquet Hall of the Peoples House while inaugurating the panel.
He said by keeping the confidence of those concerned they would feel free to make contributions without fear of reprisals.
“Individual members of staff as well as the public at large should feel free to contribute positively while stressing that the visitation panel was a stock-taking exercise targeted at the comprehensive review of the activities of Benue State University during the period under review,” he stated.
“The university community should see the visitation as an opportunity to honestly review their activities and present their views.”
The terms of reference of the committee, amongst others, include to inquire into the level of implementation of the white paper of the last visitation report and to examine the administrative structure of the university in line with the law establishing the institution.
The panel is to also establish the actual students’ population into regular and non-regular courses against the accredited facilities.
The seven-man visitation panel which has Professor Zachary Anger Gundu as chairman and Iorpenda Tanguhar as secretary has two months to submit its report.
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