BUSARY

SERVICE CHARTER FOR BURSARY DEPARTMENT

INTRODUCTION

Bursary department was established in the Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron as department in line with decree No. 16 of 1988 that established the institution. It is a department saddled with the responsibility of taking charge of all Revenues and Expenditures of the Academy.

The Bursary department maintains records of all financial transactions that occur in the Academy and prepares monthly and yearly reports of the Academy’s financial activities.

The department is on the second floor of the Administrative Block in Phase II of the Main Campus, Oron.

VISION STATEMENT
To be a Service Centre for quantitative financial management in achieving prudency.

MISSION STATEMENT
To provide systematic, economic and accurate financial information in line with internationally accepted Accounting practice to move the Academy forward.

GOAL STATEMENT

  1. To ensure that our vision and mission statement are achieved.
  2. To maintain the professional ethics of Accounting
  3. To contribute to the overall development of the Academy in achieving its goals and objectives.

KEY OFFICERS IN THE DEPARTMENT

Brief history of the qualifications of the key officers in the Bursary Department.

 

S/N

 

NAMES

 

RANK

 

GENDER

FILE NUMBER

1.

Kayode Folorunso Adetunji

Bursar

Male

MAN/P/623

2.

Pimaro Balogun

ACEO Acct.

Male

MAN/P/703

3.

Anthony Anto Ambi

Prin. Accountant

Male

MAN/P/782

4.

Durosaro Olatunde A.

Snr. Accountant

Male

MAN/P/933

5.

Egwu Egim Uka

Snr. Accountant

Male

MAN/P/1211

6.

Ogungbola Matthew Folorunso

Accountant II

Male

MAN/P/1022

7.

Elams, Rejoice Ben

Accountant II

Female

MAN/P/993

8.

Oyekunle Rasheedah Omolara

Accountant II

Female

MAN/P/914

9.

Idowu Elizabeth Omolara

Accountant II

Female

MAN/P/1311

10.

Onoyom, Etteobong Emmanuel

Accountant II

Male

MAN/P/1068

11.

Ndiyo, UtibeimaEfiong

Accountant II

Male

MAN/P/1119

12.

Ezike Nkemdirim Ihejieto

Accountant II

Male

MAN/P/1158

13.

Emene, Edet Effiong

SEO (Acct.)

Male

MAN/P/668

14.

Sunday Akpan Udoh

HEO (Acct.)

Male

MAN/P/821

15.

Adeyanju Bose Funmilayo

Higher Store Officer

Female

MAN/P/1019

16.

Uduak S. Mkpandiok

HEO (Acct.)

Female

MAN/P/1026

17.

Egbuson Emomotimi

Accountant II

Female

MAN/P/1339

18.

Ahmed Aliyu Yaro

HEO (Acct.)

Male

MAN/P/1309

19.

Bassey Victor Okon

HEO (Acct.)

Male

MAN/P/927

20.

Emenyi Afahaekere

Accountant II

Male

MAN/P/1329

21.

Nkereuwem, Nkereuwem Eyo

Accountant II

Male

MAN/P/1020

22.

Adamu Mohammed

Accountant II

Male

MAN/P/1466

23.

Achir, Evelyn Sewuese

HEO (Acct.)

Female

MAN/P/1309

24.

Ukoyonoh Clement Akomaye

HEO (Acct.)

Male

MAN/P/1442

25.

Ekanem Aniefiok Monday

HEO (Acct.)

Male

MAN/P/1159

26.

Fakorede Adekemi Toyin

Accountant II

Female

MAN/P/1502

27.

Emah Akpan George

Senior Typist II

Female

MAN/P/429

28.

Ambo Enyenihi

Admin. Officer II

Female

MAN/P/1124

29.

Ikwo S. Uye

Executive Officer

Female

MAN/P/1331

30.

Edemekong Atim Friday

Asst. Exec. Officer

Female

MAN/P/834

31.

Bassey Okowng Godwin

Store Keeper

Male

MAN/P/1292

32.

Uweh Etiefe Asian

Asst. Exec. Officer(Acct)

Female

MAN/P/1286

33.

Daniel Emene

Asst. Exec. Officer

Male

MAN/P/1371

34.

Ekpo Effiong Edet

Clerical Officer

Male

MAN/P/1398

 

DETAIL OF CUSTOMERS

  1. General Public
  2. Management and staff of Academy
  3. Cadets and Students
  4. All financial institutions in Nigeria and abroad.

NATURE OF BUSINESS

  1. Ensure proper custody of financial records and funds entrusted in our care.
  2. Ensure that all payments made are duly authorized by the appropriate authorities.
  3. Preparation and submission of Budget estimates to our Supervising Ministry in Abuja for appropriation purposes.
  4. Advise Management on financial issues.
  5. Ensure prompt payment of staff monthly salaries and other approvals.
  6. Ensure proper documentation of financial transactions in line with GAAP, and extant rules.
  7. Reports on any abnormal charges by banks.
  8. Recording of financial transactions as at when they occur.

GRIEVANCES REDRESS MECHANISM
As a policy, the end-users of the department service have an opportunity to send feedbacks or complaints to the department in respect of our services through questionnaires which the department periodically sends out for completion.

Weekly interacting meeting with staff in the department and customers also provide us with an opportunity to air grievances and seek redress.

All complaints should preferably be forwarded in written form to:

Customer Relation/complaints desk – Mr. Peterson Isangedighi. 08035493300

  1. Departmental Nodal Officer - Pimaro B. E.
  2. Bursar: Mr. F. A. Kayode

OBLIGATION/EXPECTATION

    • To ensure that professional advice are given to management on matters bordering on finances.
    • To ensure that Federal Government regulations on financial operations are strictly adhere to.
    • To ensure that approvals are obtained due process observed before payments are effected and be cost conscious for prudency purpose.
    • All revenues received are recorded and documented according to the rules and regulations of the Accounting profession

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