It was indeed a great honor again to Federal Polytechnic Oko and its entire community on 26th of November, 2016 as its first female Registrar, Lady Stella Nnenna Njaka received the “TRANSAFRICAN MOST DISTINGUISHED DIAMOND MERIT AWARD” in recognition of her internationally recognized professional achievements and commendable contributions to the promotion of reading culture and child Education in Nigeria.
It is said that when a She-goat is chewing cords, the kid watches. Mrs Njaka as a Registrar is not only the type that watches his principal, Prof. Godwin Onu but toes his path of productivity and hard work. This same accolade had been bestowed upon Prof.Godwin Onu, the Digital Rector of Federal Polytechnic Oko, some years ago for his countless achievements in the history of tertiary institutions in Nigeria; with the likes of Prof Tekena Tamuno, VC Uni Ibadan; Prof Betrand Nwufo, VC Unijos; Prof. Dada Adelowo, VC Ag. Ekiti State University and many other academic elites of Africa. This goes a long tunnel to explain and juxtapose the achievements of Mrs Nnenna Njaka in her not many months of stay in office as the substantive Registrar of Federal Polytechnic Oko, Anambra State.
She is not the sit-down-look kind of Administrator as she takes always, the first step before her Staff in the administration of any duty, just to make sure that things are moving in accord. No wonder she was seen on 6th of December in the result computing unit of the Polytechnic, working, directing and making sure that students’ results were computed as fast as possible.
It won’t even be sufficing to say that Mrs Njaka is absolutely, astoundingly hard working because that's the least interesting thing about her. Go to her office and you see her attending to people and the bogus tasks of a Registrar with humility and rancor-free countenance.
This is why it is not perplexing to learn that she has won “this” or “that” awards.
For your cognition, TRANSAFRICA LINKS OVERSEAS NETWORK is a reputable training and capacity building organization based in Dublin, Ireland that has trained over 70 percent of government owned Universities and Polytechnics in Africa.
Don’t get it twisted for more awards are yet to come your way Madam!