Ijebu Igbo, a tertiary institution in the state of Ogun, Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic (AAPOLY), led the inauguration of their student association.
It took place on Friday in the main auditorium of the polytechnic.
We recall that on January 31, the institution elected new leaders of the student association in an open voting system.
The Rector of the institution, Professor Bilesanmi Jumoke, welcomed all students in her speech and praised the outgoing President Gbadamosi Azeez for his responsibility, responsiveness and maturity in her approach.
“It is indeed a pleasure for me to welcome you to this swearing-in ceremony of the newly elected officials of the Student Union Government (SUG). I am very pleased to introduce another group of student union leaders as rector of our great institution, Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic. “
“Really, the outgoing officers led by Gbadamozi Azeez have left a good legacy that is worth copying.” It should be noted that the Student Union government under its supervision was responsible, responsive and mature in its approach. They accepted the dialogue and avoided all forms of violence. His efforts to bring students and members of the host communities together in peaceful coexistence cannot be overstated, ”she said
Speaking about the essence of student unionism in the institution, she said: “Remarkably, I would like to repeat that student unionism is not a celebration of the crisis, but rather an opportunity to represent the interests of the student population to improve their wellbeing within and outside the universities of applied sciences through dialogue and consultation with the responsible authorities. With this in mind, I implore all students to work with them. “
The outgoing president of the student association, Azeez, listed his achievements during his speech and encouraged the new leaders to have an impact on the institution and beyond.
“Operation Keep AAPOLY Clean was started, peace in the university and outside the school environment was maintained. AAPOLY was represented in the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), the National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPS) and other events in the state of Ogun, where I was recognized as the most stressed senator in the state of Ogun. We have also helped less privileged students pay part of their tuition fees. We built a standard relaxation center and also organized a mega carnival to improve the social life of the students. “
“With these I ask the leaders of the student association to achieve an effect that makes their trail greener and greener.
“Student well-being and peace at all times should be your priority, and prayers are also needed to make the school more widely known around the world,” he said
In his acceptance speech, the newly elected president paid tribute to the rector for enabling the students to exercise their right to vote and have their votes counted.
“On behalf of the entire student at this great citadel of learning, I would like to take this opportunity to honor polytechnic management led by our exuberant and brilliant principal, Prof. Bilsanmi Awoderu, who has enabled the students to exercise and exercise their right to vote allow votes to count, ”he said
He also valued previous leaders and students for their support before and after the election.
“I want to commend the efforts of all previous leaders who have paddled the affairs of this large union. You will agree that the union has gone through turbulent times due to the legitimate interest, but these leaders have done their best to create and maintain our unity, peace and greatness. “
“I really want to thank all of the students at this gigantic institution for their cheap, benevolent and altruistic support, and I assure you that the leaders you have chosen are the ones who see leadership in the minds of Nigerian students and the polytechnic community registered and marked indelibly large. “
“We will ensure that your good expectations of our government are not cut, your general welfare is not overridden, and an obnoxious policy that affects you is bridged,” he said.
Regarding these plans and visions for the Polytechnic, he said: “My administration will maintain a peaceful, calm, docile, available, malleable and clean environment that promotes academic excellence and makes Aapoly a valued domain for our academic learning. With the support of polytechnical management. I will support both governmental and non-governmental organizations, investors and philanthropists to alleviate, alleviate, alleviate, alleviate and pacify my fellow students’ socio-economic suffering. “
“My administration has set itself the goal of establishing a system that listens to students’ views, a system that enables efficient and inexpensive transportation, the correct and timely dissemination of information, the availability of academic facilities, the immediate publication of results and the Abolishes all forms of exploitation and withdraws student rights, a system that creates an excellent relationship between departmental associations, schools and student unions. “
“In addition, I will set up a system that provides appropriate values and guidance, strategic rebranding of our school through better treatment of students, inclusion and organization of national youth development programs inside and outside school. A system that creates a panacea for students about state commercialization of education, a system that recognizes the importance of student campus organizations such as the Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN), the Christian Union Fellowship (CUF) Cadet Corps, Man ‘o’ War and other organizations. A system will guarantee the dividends of Unionism, a system whose core value is financial transparency and accountability. “
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