UB: VC Implores Newly Installed Officials To Uphold Rigour

By Nda Hope Ndeh, In Buea

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Buea, Professor Ngomo Horace Manga, has implored nine newly appointed officials of the University
of Buea to be assiduous in performing the tedious duties ahead of them.

The VC made this call while chairing the installation ceremony on Tuesday September 10, at the Dorothy Njeuma Amphitheatre 750 of the University.

The senior officials were appointed by presidential decree No. 2019/4046 of August 27, 2019.

Amongst them was the new registrar, Professor Ernest Molua, who replaced Professor Roland Ndip, now Dean of the Faculty of Science. Three Deputy Vice Chancellors (DVC), were also installed to replace their two retired predecessors and one other called to other duties.

They included DVC in charge of Teaching, Professionalization and Development of Information and Communication Technology, Professor Nol Alembomg, DVC in charge of Research, Cooperation and Relations with the Business World, Professor Lucy Ndip Mande, and DVC in charge of Internal Control and Evaluation, Professor Samuel Ayonghe Ndonwi.

The Director of Students Affairs, Dr. Charles Esambe, and four deans were installed in the second phase of installations.

Amongst them was renowned author, Professor John Nkemngong Nkengasong, who replaces Professor Alembong as Dean of the Faculty of Arts.

The Vice Chancellor stressed in his address that hierarchy has no intention of downgrading former Registrar Professor Roland Ndip, who has been demoted to the position of Dean of the Faculty of Science.

Incoming Registrar, Professor Ernest Molua, vowed to ensure that students’ problems are promptly handled. He promised to effect hierarchy’s vision of ensuring rigour in the University.

The ceremony was highly attended by traditional and administrative authorities, students and families of the appointees.

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