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Ekiti State Government Appoints OOU Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academics) As Member Of Fact Finding Committee For EKSUTH

Deputy Vice-Chancellor, (Academics), Professor John Deji Agboola
Deputy Vice-Chancellor, (Academics), Professor John Deji Agboola

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Professor John Deji Agboola, who is a Professor of Oncology, was among an Eight-Man Fact Finding Committee constituted by the Ekiti State Governor, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, to reposition the Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital, (EKSUTH), Ado-Ekiti, as a leading tertiary health care institution, in Ekiti State. The Committee, which is expected to look into the activities of the institution from 2013 to date, have the following membership as approved by the Governor: Prof (Mrs) Ebun Adejuyigbe – Chairman, Prof Deji Agboola (Member), Prof Simi Odeyinka (Member), Prof Ayo Omotoso (Member), Dr. Walter Yemi Olatunde (Member), Mr Ayoola Owolabi (Member), Engr. Tunde Alabi (Member) and Mr. J.A Obaparusi (Secretary).


The Fact Finding Committee is expected to carry out the following tasks:

  • Look into the leadership quality of the Hospital in terms of the roles of the Governing Board, the Chief Medical Director and other Principal Officers;
  • Look into the financial management of the Hospital including statutory Allocations and Internally Generated Revenue over the recommended period and determine whether it was in compliance with appropriate regulation.
  • Investigate the application of funds, particularly special grants, loans meant for specific projects in order to determine the status of such projects and their relevance for further funding.
  • Examine the processes and structures of the mechanism for the discipline of staff and students/interns in the Hospital in order to ascertain compliance with due process and rule of law.


The committee is to turn in its report and recommendations within four weeks.


OOU Bulletin wishes the DVC (Academics), a successful outing in the service of the State.

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