Mal. Hassan O. Usman was born in the ancient city of Kano on 28th October, 1962 but hails from Ukpake town, Ajaokuta Local Government Area of Kogi State. He attended Demonstration Primary School, Okene, between 1969 and 1975; Okene/Ogamina Government Secondary School between 1976 and 1981; School of Basic Studies, Kwara State College of Technology now Kwara State Polytechnic from 1981 and 1983. Thereafter he proceeded to Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria-Kaduna State where he acquired a B.A. degree in Public Administration in 1987.
Mal. Hassan O. Usman on his quest for further knowledge proceeded to obtain a Master‟s Degree in Political Science, with specialization in Public Administration from University of Ibadan in 1991. Following the completion of his National assignment as a Youth Corper with the Immigration Department, Federal Ministry of Internal Affairs in Sokoto in the year 1988, he was employed as Administrative Officer II with the Directorate for Social Mobilisation (MAMSER), FCT-Abuja between February and November, 1989. He thereafter transferred his service to the defunct National Primary Education Commission (NPEC).
Mal. Usman is a seasoned Administrator who rose through the ranks in the Public Service. In the era of the defunct NPEC, he was deployed as Senior Administrative Officer, NPEC, Benin Zonal Office between 1996 and 2004.
Mal. Usman saw the Commission‟s metamorphosis from NPEC to UBEP and eventually the Universal Basic Education Commission following the enactment of the UBE Act, 2004 into law.
He has served in the following capacities in the Commission:
Mal. Hassan O. Usman was promoted to the post of Director with effect from 1st August, 2018, and was deployed as the Director, UBEC South-South Zonal Office on 4th May 2018, and thereafter North-West Zonal office on 22nd May 2019. On 19th October, 2020, he assumed duty in the UBEC Headquarters as Director, Administration and Supplies with effect from 30th October, 2020.
He is an Associate Member, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria. Mal. Usman is happily married, and his household is blessed with children.
The Department of Administration and Supplies provides routine assistance to the Chief Executive in the administration of the Commission particularly in ensuring that matters affecting the Organization and Staff are handled and processed in accordance with the provisions of the Public Service Rules, Circulars, Extant Rules and the Commission‟s Staff Conditions of Service.
The Department carries out general administrative duties bothering on the control and coordination of personnel and equipment. Being a supportive department, all its functions are geared towards assisting other Departments to ensure the effective implementation of the UBE programme.
The functions of the Department mainly centres on the efficient and effective management of both human and material resources of the Commission. These include:
The Department has five (5) units namely, Establishment; Welfare; Board, Management and Training; Maintenance and Services; and Stores. It is headed by a Director who is assisted by a Deputy Director in the day-to-day running of the Department.
The following activities were carried out by the Department during the year under review:
Conducted 2020 Promotion Examination for senior and junior staff.
The Exec. Sec., Dr.Hamid Bobboyi Members of management present making a speech during the training for at the Training UBEC staff in Ibadan, Oyo State
The following constraints were experienced by the Department in carrying out its functions during the year:
The following activities are on-going in the Department:
The following activities are slated for implementation in the future by the Department:
The Department has achieved a lot in the year under review and it remains committed to ensuring the smooth running of the Commission. It will also ensure that staff matters are handled in accordance with the provisions of the Public Service Rules, Extant Circulars and the Commission‟s Staff Conditions of Service.
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She hails from Bende LGA of Abia State. She holds a B.Sc, 1987 from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
Dr. Danjuma hails from Bauchi State. He obtained M.Sc Public Administration and Policy Analysis from the University of Abuja, MBA form Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and Ph.D Economics from the Loughborough University, UK.