The Registrar of the University of Ilorin Dr. (Mrs.) Folaranmi Modupe Olowoleni, has stated that the ongoing staff screening exercise in the University is not to witch-hunt any member of staff, saying that rather, it is aimed at ensuring credibility, truthfulness and create an avenue for staff who are yet to obtain their certificates from their various institutions to go and get them.

Dr. Olowoleni made this known penultimate Tuesday (May 1, 2018) while featuring on a popular Yoruba current affairs programme on Unilorin 89.3 FM, 'Oro t'onlo'.

The Registrar, who assumed duty on April 30, 2018, promised to build on the successes of her predecessor, Mr. Emmanuel Dada Obafemi, on staff training and re-training, saying that there will be a new template for the programme to take a new dimension and ensure that all staff members are carried along to ensure effective productivity and improved service delivery. 

She also said that she will not condone indiscipline and indolence on duty but will advise staff members to be hardworking, dedicated, and diligent while promising to reward such attitude

Dr. Olowoleni stressed the need to create a good working environment for the staff of the Registry to make them perform optimally. She also pledged to ensure cordial and harmonious working relationship between the teaching and non-teaching staff of the University.

On the issue of the university correspondence to the outside public and quick release of transcripts to graduates, Dr. Olowoleni also promised to work hand in hand with the Deputy Registrar (Academic) to put machineries in place to ensure that all backlogs of transcripts are collated and digitized to make them available on the internet and accessible for graduates to print after payment of stipulated charges.