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Education: NANS Pass Vote of Confidence on Gov Makinde

The leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, South West Zone, has praised Governor ‘Seyi Makinde of Oyo State for his enormous and enviable policies and programs in the education sector.

According to a statement signed by the Coordinator, NANS Zone D, Kowe Amos Odunayo (Kalusa), the student body praised governor Makinde for his peculiar leadership, which has since resulted in the implementation of a wide range of programs, initiatives, and interventions that have brought about advancement and improvement in the state’s education sector,

NANS also hailed Makinde for his handling of the World Bank-assisted Ibadan Urban Flood Management Programme, which he has promised to fully implement for the benefit of the people of the state.

The students’ organization consequently urged the World Bank not to withdraw the initiative and collaborate with the Oyo state government harping on the fact that the current administration in the state is trustworthy.

The statement in part: “NANS South West, Zone D, unequivocally commend the innovative pilotage of Oyo State under the captainship of His Excellency, Governor ‘Seyi Makinde.

“The leadership acumen of Governor Seyi Makinde (GSM) is palpably evident in the various beneficial programmes, initiatives, interventions and policies that have been conceived and implemented for the betterment of the entire Oyo State and the Educational Sector particularly.

“The Oyo State Government under the distinguished leadership of Governor Makinde has consolidated on the gigantic academic strides that South Western Nigeria was known for, and has also set an even higher standard in the grand scheme of things.”

The NANS Zone D added that since the emergence of the governor, several success stories, including the sole ownership of LAUTECH and the attendant improvement in the ranking of the university, reduction of fees in all tertiary institutions, and others, have been recorded.

“Since the emergence of Governor Seyi Makinde in Oyo State, there have been undeniable students’-oriented interventions like the sole ownership of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), reduction in fees and charges for students in all Oyo State-owned tertiary institutions, scholarship on admission to 165 students, 25 per cent reduction in school fees for all students of the LAUTECH, and distribution of COVID-19 palliatives to 1000 students across all tertiary institutions.

“In addition, the government also embarked on distribution of Ramadan packages to Muslim Students in tertiary institutions in Oyo State through the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria, as well as the recognition of all student bodies in Oyo State,” the statement added.

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The students’ body equally described the sustenance of the Office of the Special Assistant to the Governor on Students’ Matters, the planned upgrade of the Adeyemi College of Education, Oyo, to a degree-awarding institution, and the payment of bursaries as other laudable steps.

“In the same vein, Special Assistant to Oyo State Governor on Students’ Matter, Comrade Victor Olojede, has been nothing short of phenomenal in the areas of adroit, astute and productive representation.

“His efforts towards the emancipation, welfare and wellbeing of Oyo State students under his care are duly recognised, acknowledged and appreciated.

“On this note, the leadership of NANS in the entire South Western Nigeria hereby unabashedly pass a vote of confidence on the Governor of Oyo State.

“By this, we charge the governor to do even more and as long as the longings and yearnings of the Nigerian students are being treated with importance, we shall remain solidly behind the working Governor of Oyo State.”EDUCATION: NANS Pass Vote of Confidence on Seyi Makinde

The leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, South West Zone, has praised Governor ‘Seyi Makinde of Oyo State for his enormous and enviable policies and programs in the education sector.

According to a statement signed by the Coordinator, NANS Zone D, Kowe Amos Odunayo (Kalusa), the student body praised governor Makinde for his peculiar leadership, which has since resulted in the implementation of a wide range of programs, initiatives, and interventions that have brought about advancement and improvement in the state’s education sector,

NANS also hailed Makinde for his handling of the World Bank-assisted Ibadan Urban Flood Management Programme, which he has promised to fully implement for the benefit of the people of the state.

The students’ organization consequently urged the World Bank not to withdraw the initiative and collaborate with the Oyo state government harping on the fact that the current administration in the state is trustworthy.

The statement in part: “NANS South West, Zone D, unequivocally commend the innovative pilotage of Oyo State under the captainship of His Excellency, Governor ‘Seyi Makinde.

“The leadership acumen of Governor Seyi Makinde (GSM) is palpably evident in the various beneficial programmes, initiatives, interventions and policies that have been conceived and implemented for the betterment of the entire Oyo State and the Educational Sector particularly.

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“The Oyo State Government under the distinguished leadership of Governor Makinde has consolidated on the gigantic academic strides that South Western Nigeria was known for, and has also set an even higher standard in the grand scheme of things.”

The NANS Zone D added that since the emergence of the governor, several success stories, including the sole ownership of LAUTECH and the attendant improvement in the ranking of the university, reduction of fees in all tertiary institutions, and others, have been recorded.

“Since the emergence of Governor Seyi Makinde in Oyo State, there have been undeniable students’-oriented interventions like the sole ownership of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), reduction in fees and charges for students in all Oyo State-owned tertiary institutions, scholarship on admission to 165 students, 25 per cent reduction in school fees for all students of the LAUTECH, and distribution of COVID-19 palliatives to 1000 students across all tertiary institutions.

“In addition, the government also embarked on distribution of Ramadan packages to Muslim Students in tertiary institutions in Oyo State through the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria, as well as the recognition of all student bodies in Oyo State,” the statement added.

The students’ body equally described the sustenance of the Office of the Special Assistant to the Governor on Students’ Matters, the planned upgrade of the Adeyemi College of Education, Oyo, to a degree-awarding institution, and the payment of bursaries as other laudable steps.

“In the same vein, Special Assistant to Oyo State Governor on Students’ Matter, Comrade Victor Olojede, has been nothing short of phenomenal in the areas of adroit, astute and productive representation.

“His efforts towards the emancipation, welfare and wellbeing of Oyo State students under his care are duly recognised, acknowledged and appreciated.

“On this note, the leadership of NANS in the entire South Western Nigeria hereby unabashedly pass a vote of confidence on the Governor of Oyo State.

“By this, we charge the governor to do even more and as long as the longings and yearnings of the Nigerian students are being treated with importance, we shall remain solidly behind the working Governor of Oyo State.”

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