- The PDP Governor Caleb Mutfwang of Plateau state has sacked all the heads of the state tertiary institutions
- Mutfwang, through the state SSG, over the Vice Chancellor of the Plateau State University, Rector of Plateau Polytechnic and heads of other state institutions to leave
- The governor also nullified all the employment made by the institutions between October 2022 and early 2023
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The sacking of the heads of the institutions was disclosed in a statement by the secretary to the state government (SSG), Samuel Jatau, in Jos, the state capital, on Tuesday, February 6.
List of heads of state institutions Governor Mutfwang sacked
According to the statement, the affected institutions include the Plateau University, Bokkos; Plateau Polytechnic, Barkin-Ladi; Colleges of Health Technology, Zawan and Pankshin; and College of Education, Gindri, Daily Nigerian reported.
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”The dissolution and removal is with immediate effect.”
He further disclosed that Governor Mutfwang had approved the dissolution of the Plateau State University's governing board.
The governor subsequently thanks the heads of the state's institutions for their service in their capacities, and they have been directed to hand over to the next most senior officials in the institutions.
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The SSG also noted in his statement that Governor Mutfwang had cancelled all the institution's recruitment exercises between October 2022 and early 2023.
”Consequently, application for an all-inclusive recruitment for all tertiary institutions will be advertised.”
The affected heads of the state institutions worked under former Governor Simon Lalong of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
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