Saror Describes Ortom’s Comments on BSU visitation panel as Embarrassing and Unfortunate

Posted: June 6, 2015 in Education, Governance, News, political, Politics
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The  Chairman Benue State University visitation panel, Professor Daniel Saror has described comments by the Benue State governor, Dr. Samuel Ortom concerning the report of the university’s visitation panel as Embarrassing and  Unfortunate,  even as he has turned


Prof. Daniel Saror

in his resignation today as chairman and member BSU visitation panel .

Saror cited a media report in The Nation of June/ 5 / 2015 , page 8 as reason for his immediate resignation .

This was made known in a resignation letter signed personally and addressed to Governor Samuel Ortom which was obtained exclusively by atiterkula , the former Vice chancellor said : I find the statement credited to as not only embarrassing but also unfortunate as such a report does not exist ” .

Prof. Saror, a former Senator who represented Benue North East senatorial district for two terms stated that Benue state government constituted a visitation panel for Benue State University ( BSU) on12 / may / 2015 and the panel was inaugurated on 18/ May,/ 2015.

According to him the panel paid a courtesy call on the Commissioner for Education and the Vice Chancellor of the university on 25/ May/ 2015 and resolved to reconvene on 17 / June /2015 , in the hope by that time details of the venue to serve as secretariat would be sort out with the new administration .

He said the panel had not sat and wondered  how a report could be produced in such a circumstance which the governor acted up saying his integrity  has been called to question with Governor Ortom utterance and he has no choice than to resign as chairman and member of the visitation panel to Benue state University( BSU).

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