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NAOSS commends Ogun State Gov’s commitment to education : Nigerian Education

The National Association of Ogun State Students has praised the governor’s commitment, Prince Dapo Abiodun, to education.

This was announced in a statement released on Thursday, May 28, 2020, by the National President of the Association, Comrade Gbemileke Ogunronmbi.

Ogunronmbi described Governor Abiodun as the most student-friendly governor in the history of the state.

According to NAOSS, Governor Abiodun’s sincerity and determination have changed the fate of the education sector for good.

The association attributed the unprecedented development in primary, secondary and tertiary education to the governor’s commitment to restore the lost glory of education in the state.

“We commend the courage, resilience and tenacity of Governor Dapo Abiodun to revitalize the state’s education sector. The governor has shown all good people in the state that nothing is impossible to achieve if only one person concentrates on it.

“The problems that burdened the state’s education sector when Governor Abiodun took power seemed insurmountable, but in the shortest possible time, the governor, with determination and sincerity, accomplished so many achievements in this sector with little or no resources in a short amount of time.

“It is this seriousness of the government and honesty of purpose that has changed the fate of the education sector in the state forever,” he said.

“NAOSS recalled that the prestigious and long-established Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY), Abeokuta, was a walking corpse.

“The government of the immediate past, led by Senator Ibikunle Amosun, has uprooted the university’s established work system for what it knows best, and has made unnecessary claims about the need to convert the school into a university of science and technology – a step that will do so would have cost all of the institution’s academic and non-academic staff to either lose their jobs or some years of service.

“Today, however, MAPOLY is back on its feet, with a good number of employees, enrolled students, a robust IGR and a general work system. Thank you very much to Governor Dapo Abiodun for intervening, ”he added.

“The Tai Solarin College for Education (TASCE), Omu, Ijebu, was not spared the mismanagement of the last government. The college was closed for almost two years due to the crisis that hit the school.

“But in less than two months in office, Governor Abiodun set up a visit panel to make reformatory recommendations about the school’s situation. In November 2019, the governor inaugurated a 12-member government council chaired by chief Yemi Adefulu. TASCE returns to its former glory after holding its first joint convocation ceremony in December.

“One of the most notable achievements of Governor Abiodun is the rehabilitation of 236 primary schools across the state.

“In addition to these numerous educational achievements, all other sectors of the state have seen unprecedented development,” he concluded.

The student body therefore asked the governor to stay focused.

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