The Vice Chancellor of the University of Benin (UNIBEN), Professor Lillian Salami, said the institution had driven infrastructure development in its first 100 days in office because it had intervened critically in projects that promote the well-being of staff and students.
The administrator handed in her scorecard in Benin City, Edo, and said that the students had expressed their satisfaction with their exemplary leadership role in dorm renovation, uninterruptible power supply, adequate water supply, and improved campus security.
Salami boasted that under its supervision, the institution would be among the best in Africa and the world as it strives to promote academic excellence in the Ivory Tower.
Regarding the Roman Coronavirus, the Vice Chancellor announced that the institution had taken security measures to contain the Scourge and advised employees to maintain social distance as part of efforts to reduce its spread.
She added that UNIBEN does everything it can to ensure that its staff and students adhere to all safety and preventive measures when performing their official duties and learning activities.
Salami said appropriate hand sanitizers and water dispensers have been installed in strategic locations on campus to further control the COVID-19 pandemic.
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