Ekiti Governor's Wife Elevated to Associate Professor at University of Ibadan

Mrs. Oyebanji also expressed gratitude to her husband, Governor Biodun Oyebanji, and her children for their unwavering support. She dedicated her promotion to the women of Ekiti State and beyond who inspire her every day.

Ekiti Governor's Wife Elevated to Associate Professor at University of Ibadan

Dr. Olayemi Oyebanji, the wife of the Ekiti State Governor, has been officially promoted to the rank of Associate Professor in the Department of Education Management at the University of Ibadan (UI). The promotion, effective from 2022, was announced by the institution, with recognition of her academic achievements dating back to that year.

According to a statement released by her Senior Special Assistant on Media, Mrs. Oyebanji expressed her joy at the milestone, describing it as a significant step in her academic journey. She thanked her faculty, department, and the University of Ibadan for their support and recognition.

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"I am thrilled to announce that I have been promoted to the position of Associate Professor of Educational Management at the University of Ibadan, effective from 2022," said Mrs. Oyebanji. "This milestone, though long-awaited, marks a significant step in my academic journey. I am grateful for the support from my faculty, department, and the recognition from the University of Ibadan."

Mrs. Oyebanji also expressed gratitude to her husband, Governor Biodun Oyebanji, and her children for their unwavering support. She dedicated her promotion to the women of Ekiti State and beyond who inspire her every day.

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The promotion positions Mrs. Oyebanji for further academic advancement, with expectations for her to attain the rank of full Professor by 2025.

The announcement of Mrs. Oyebanji's promotion has been met with acclaim, highlighting her dedication to academia and her contributions to education management.