(Video) UG Vice-Chancellor selection transparent -council members

The process used to select the new Vice-Chancellor of the University of Guyana (UG) has been hailed as transparent, with Nigerian-born Professor Jacob Opadeyi indisputably outdoing the other three candidates based on overall scores.

“We felt the trust is in the Vice-Chancellor and that he can stand scrutiny and that the students, the academic community, the public can feel that we’ve all done our best and that we would be able to reach and to say to the community and to the country ‘here is the Vice Chancellor of Guyana, a man that we feel is the best of all the candidates although all four are excellent candidates’”, University Council member Gail Teixeira told a media briefing yesterday at the Education Lecture Theatre at the Turkeyen Campus.

Teixeira, also the presidential advisor on governance and a Member of Parliament, reiterated that the process was transparent and with …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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