Clear up variations, Ogun gov begs FG, ASUU

The Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has appealed to the Federal Authorities and the tutorial workers of universities to instantly resolve their variations and finish the continued strike of the ASUU, within the significance of not solely the scholars, however the complete nation.

Governor Abiodun made the case at Thursday’s inauguration of the boards of state tertiary establishments, saying that schooling remained the most important trade within the Gateway State.

“We will all really feel the consequences of those unresolved crises, not solely on our college system, but additionally on different sectors of our financial system. These youths don’t go to highschool and everyone knows {that a} useless hand is an obtainable workshop for the satan.

“That is not a query of who is correct or unsuitable. It’s about what is nice for our younger individuals and our nation. I due to this fact attraction to either side to discover a assembly level and resolve the crises for the nice of our youth and our nation at giant.”

When he requested the hanging lecturers and the FG to sheath their swords and finish the standoff, he famous that the widespread good of the nation should come first in order that the most important trade was not endangered and the scholars weren’t unnecessarily punished.

The governor defined that with the inauguration of the boards of administrators of the tertiary establishments, his administration was celebrating the proud legacy of schooling left to the state by the trade’s first torchbearers.

He remembered the massive strides of individuals like Chief Obafemi Awolowo, Prof. Wole Soyinka, Dr. Tai Solarin, Professors Adeoye Lambo, Anthony Asiwaju, Akin Mabogunje and Theophilus Ogunlesi, and a number of other others.

“We’re worthy heirs to a deep-rooted legacy in schooling. And for our individuals, schooling stays the largest trade,” he mentioned.

The inaugurated boards are these of Olabisi Onabanjo College, In the past-Iwoye; Tai Solarin College of Schooling, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode; Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Ojere, Abeokuta; Ogun State Institute of Expertise, Igbesa; Gateway Polytechnic, Saapade; DS Adebbenro Polytechnic, Itori; Ogun State Faculty of Expertise, Ilese, Ijebu; and Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, Ijebu-Igbo.

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