DIRECTOR – ADMINISTRATION
JULIANA .N. ANYOGO J.P (M.ED, B.ED, MPIA) was born in Aligokpa Yala LGA of Cross River State on the 22nd of July, 1960. She attended St. Francis Primary School Alifokpa (1966-1968) and Mathias Primary School Lafiagi Lagos (1969-1972) for her basic education. She furthered her education at Aunty Ayo’s Girls Comprehensive School Ikoyi, Lagos and Marywood Grammar School, Ebute-Metta Lagos where she obtained her WASC in 1977. She was admitted to the University of Calabar in 1979 where she obtained a B.A Ed (Hons) (History/Education) in 1983. She proceeded to the prestigious University of Lagos Akoka where she obtained her Masters in Educational Admin/Planning in 1996. She also bagged a Masters degree in Public and International Affairs in 2005 from the University of Lagos. She is a registered member of the Association of Educational Administrators and Planners (AEAP) and an alumnus of the Administrative Staff Collect of Nigeria (ASCON) Badagry, Lagos. She was employed as a pioneer staff of the Force Education Unit in 1986 and served as the first headteacher of Police Children School Yola where she served between 1986 and 1993. Mrs Anyogo has also served in several capacities as a headteacher, zonal inspector, pioneer head of Inspectorate Research Unit and Adviser and Assistant Force Education Officer and has made humble notable contributions to the growth of the Force Education Unit which include formation of policies for the Force Education Unit and the Initiation of the Inspectorate and Research section in 1993. She currently heads the Administration Department in the Force Education Unit. She was married with children but now widowed. She enjoys reading, travelling and dancing.
The functions of the Admin Department are thus:-
1. Coordinating the general administration of the Force Education Unit
2. Taking charge of the recruitment of staff.
3. Taking charge of staff discipline
4. Taking charge of compilation and recommendation for promotion of staff
5. Taking charge of general supervision of schools
6. Collating general nominal roll of staff
7. Supervising provision and supply of materials to schools.
8. Taking charge of relationships with other governmental and non-governmental agencies.