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JUST IN: Auchi Poly Rector, Momodu Jimah, is dead


JUST IN: Auchi Poly Rector, Momodu Jimah, is dead

The Rector of Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, in Edo State, Dr. (TPL) Momodu Sanusi Jimah, has died.

NELSDAILY reliably learnt that Jimah passed away on Friday, October 2, 2020.

This medium gathered that the deceased had been sick for some weeks.

His death came a day after the management of the polytechnic debunked social media rumours that he had passed away.

Jimah was married and blessed with children.

Until his appointment as the substantive Rector, he was in acting capacity as Rector of Auchi Polytechnic.

He was a Chief Lecturer in the Department of Urban & Regional Planning.

He was an Alumnus of the Polytechnic where he obtained the Higher National Diploma in Urban & Regional Planning in 1982, a Post Graduate Diploma in Urban & Regional Planning in 1997 and a Masters in Business Administration in 2003.

In 2007, he obtained his Masters Degree in Geo & Regional Planning of the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma. In 2011, Jimah bagged his Doctorate Degree in Geo & Regional Planning with specialization in Environmental Resource Management.

Late Dr. (TPL) Momodu Sanusi Jimah joined the services of Auchi Polytechnic in 1991 where he had demonstrated consummate skills in teaching, research and administration rising to the rank of Chief Lecturer in 2009.

Dr. Jimah was a member of several Professional bodies among which are: Membership of the Nigeria Institute of Town Planners; Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Economists of Nigeria; Member, Environmental Management Association of Nigeria, and Member, Nigeria Environmental Society and Fellow Institute of Entrepreneurship of Nigeria.

He had held many positions of high responsibility in the Polytechnic.

He was at various times Acting Head, Department of Urban & Regional Planning; on relief duties; Dean, School of Environmental Studies; Director, Centre for Entrepreneurial Development; Director, Auchi Polytechnic Consultancy Services and Assistant Dean, School of Evening Studies.

Dr. Jimah had to his credit more than forty-one scholarly publications in reputable National and International Journals, published and evaluated books as well as papers presented at conferences.


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