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By Joy Akiga
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Ojo at the Nigerian Correctional Services with the director, Francis Enobore Osagiede

The Director, Directorate of Examinations and Assessments (DEA), National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Prof. Olugbenga Ojo, has undertaken series of monitoring exercises of the ongoing 2024_1 PoP examination in some study centres within the Abuja metropolis.

Ojo, who started the exercise firstly by visiting the Special Study Centre for the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC), Sauka, Abuja, to inspect the examination, was received by the acting director of the centre, Mr. John Ubaji, who conducted him round the centre and exam halls.

The visiting director commended the centre director for the orderly conduct and smooth exercise at the centre.

The DEA director, then proceeded to the Special Study Centre for the Nigerian Correctional Service, where he was received by the acting director, Francis Enobore Osagiede, and was conducted round the exam hall where he also praised the director for the smooth conduct of the exercise.

Dei-Dei centreSimilarly, Ojo proceeded to the Special Study Centre for the National Union of the Road Transport Workers (NURTW), Garki II, Abuja.

At the NURTW Centre, he was received by the acting director, Dr. Paul Ifeanyi and other staff of the centre, who took him round the examination halls,  where the director was pleased with the conduct and orderly manner of the examination.

He also visited the Abuja Model Study Centre, Dutse-Alhaji, where he was welcomed by the Centre Director, Prof. Nebath Tanglang, who took him round the examination halls at the centre.

The visiting director commended the orderly process of the examination at the centre.

Ojo proceeded to the Wuse II Study Centre, Abuja, and was received by the director of the centre, Prof. Samson B. Osoba, who took him round the centre and the exam hall.

After the tour of the centre, he commended the centre for peaceful conduct of the examination especially the conducive environment of the centre.

The DEA director was also at the Special Study Centre for the Nigeria Police Force, Dei-Dei, Abuja and was welcomed by the acting director, Dr. Samson Afolabi, who conducted him round the centre and the examination halls for the inspection of the process.

Ojo, at the end of tour, expressed satisfaction with the process and commended them on the overall conduct of the exercise.

 

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