For over four years, the Adamawa State University has operated without a substantive Vice-Chancellor, but this development will soon come to an end.
Three names out of the 25 candidates who vied for the position have been recommended to Governor Ahmadu Fintiri for consideration and appointment after two months of the rigorous selection process.
This was revealed by the Governing Board of the University, led by Awwal Tukur. He said that the intention of publicising the process of selecting candidates who emerged victoriously is to promote transparency, which the institution has been accused of lacking, in the recent past.
The Commissioner for Education, who was also present during the compilation of the results, commended the process.
For now, the decision of who will pilot the affairs of the Adamawa State University for the next five years as Vice-Chancellor, lies with Governor Fintiri.