ABUJA – President Goodluck Jonathan has approved the re-appointment of Dr. Olatunde Awotokun Aworanti as the Registrar/Chief Executive Officer of the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) for a second tenure of four (4) years.
The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Anyim Pius Anyim conveyed the President’s approval to Dr. Aworanti through a letter dated 12th January, 2015 with Reference No. SGF.6/S.14/XXIII/T/224.
The SGF, who said Aworanti’s re-appointment takes effect from 14th February, 2015, also noted that it is “in accordance with Section 6(1) and (3) of the National Business and Technical Examinations Board, Decree (now Act) 70, 1993”.
A silent achiever, result-oriented, educational administrator and a humble leader with a knack for diligence and excellence, Dr. Aworanti was first appointed Registrar/Chief Executive Officer of NABTEB by the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on the popular St. Valentine’s Day, 14th February, 2011.
Dr. Aworanti’s foray into education administration started as a Science Teacher in Oyo State in 1984 and was later engaged as a Lecturer at the Osun State College of Education, Ila Orangun.
He joined the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) as Principal Research Officer and Acting Head, Monitoring, Research and Statistics (now Research and Quality Assurance) in 1996.
Consequent upon his unparalleled commitment and devotion to duty, he rose to the position of Deputy Director (2002) and the prestigious rank of a substantive Director, Office of the Registrar/Chief Executive in 2007; Director Administration, (2009) and Acting Registrar/Chief Executive (2010).
His result-oriented leadership has paved the way for the physical and infrastructure transformation of NABTEB.
In his bid to boost the quest for youth empowerment, wealth creation and economic self reliance, Dr. Aworanti has partnered several professional bodies to update the knowledge/skills of Nigerian craftsmen/technicians certified by NABTEB and guarantee their global competitiveness.

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