Connect with us
//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Published

on

Government Proffers Solution To Student’s House Rent As NANS Demands Reduction Of Tuition Fee In Ogun State

 

The Special Assistant to Ogun State Governor on student’s matters, Comrade Adeyemi Azeez Amoo has said that his office has put a strategic plan in place to prevent any undesirable house rent increase by landlords as students prepare to return to their various schools ahead of resumption on the 21st of September 2020.

Azeez, who was represented Governor Dapo Abiodun, made it known in his statement yesterday during the Post Covid-19 sensitization programme in Abeokuta that his meetings with CDAs will ensure that students will only pay half of their rent.

“Student’s need to get in touch with their student union president because I’ve talked to them in detail and we’ve held a virtual meeting on this issue.

“I will visit some areas like Ijebu and Ijagun before resumption on the 21st and I’ve fixed a meeting with the community leaders. From there I will move to other areas.

“The students should be rest assured that we will be available to address all these issues and it will be a win-win situation, not that landlords will give total waiver for everything. We will work on having a 50-50, probably the landlord taking off 50%.” the event’s host said.

READ ALSO  WAEC to release 2020 SSSCE results late October

The main essence of the training and sensitization workshop on COVID-19 was to equip all the student leaders with the protocols and train them on how to commence a process of mobilizing, sensitizing and reorientating the students populace in all tertiary institutions across the state.

The workshop was graced by renowned motivational speaker and billionaire security mogul, Ubong King, who used his words to prepare the students mentally and psychologically as they might have been too complacent and relaxed after the six month hiatus in academic activities.

A risk management tool of the state government to curb the possible spread of the coronavirus in mass gatherings was also made available by the Senior Special Assistant on Health, Dr. Ololade Kehinde.

The students roared in joy when the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Ogun State Joint Campus Committee (JCC) demanded that the state governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun should consider to reduce the tuition fee of each school in lieu of sharing money or food as relief materials.

“Instead of giving us a palliatives in terms of cash, rice, garri and beans we want him to covert it to a significant reduction in our tuition fee because that will go a long way and will also go round all students.” Comrade Tomiwa Bamgbose, the chairman of NANS Ogun JCC said in the event’s farewell message

READ ALSO  FG and ASUU disagree on payment platform for N30bn allowances

Tomiwa ceased the opportunity to tell the Special Assistant, as the intermediary between the students and the governor, that it is necessary to equip all the thirteen Students Union president in the state with hummer buses.

“The leader of the students in the gateway state, saddled with the responsibility of looking after the interest of students will always have reasons to move from one place to another, if the 13 tertiary institution in ogun state is equipped with a brand new hummer buses, I believe that the office of the NANS chairman has been equipped.”

He also appealed with the state government to provide the enabling environment for schools to reopen in a safe condition as soon as possible.

“In relation to the theme of today’s program, one of the way to stop the widespread of coronavirus is to maintain a two meter social distancing but the infrastructural capability of all our institutions will make it difficult to achieve.

READ ALSO  Delta tertiary institutions to reopen Oct 2 – Commissioner

“It is on the record of Nigerian students that for the past 8 years during the former administration, no single building was erected on our campus courtesy of the state government.

“We are bringing this to Dapo Abiodun as a person who campaigned for it during his electioneering process, it is time for him to fulfil his promises.

“We are not asking for money neither are we asking for gold nor silver but facilities and conditions that we make learning bearable and suitable for the students.” he concluded.

Author: Olamide Abe (Editor-in-chief of The Academia Campus Journalists)
Date: Friday, September 18, 2020.

Loading...
Advertisement //pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ google_ad_client: "pub-7404936528073869", enable_page_level_ads: true });
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Education

FEC approves N2.9 billion for printing of examination papers

Published

on

By

The Federal Executive Council has approved N2.9 billion for the printing of examination materials.

Speaking with state house correspondents on Wednesday, the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, said the approval was granted at the council’s meeting which was presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Adamu who revealed that the printing contracts were awarded to a group of eight printers said the materials are meant for the Basic Education Certification Examination, the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination, and the National Common Entrance.

According to him, the council also approved N1.6 billion for the rehabilitation of different roads located in the satellite towns of the FCT.

READ ALSO  COVID-19: JAMB donates three ventilators

He said the council approved N900,294,304.75 to fix the roads in Gwagwalada Area Council while N719,407,086.38 was approved for the Kwali Area Council rural roads.

Loading...
Continue Reading

Education

2020 WASSCE: WAEC announces new date to release result

Published

on

By

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has said it postponed the release of the just concluded West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) to next week due to curfew imposed in some parts of the country.

Recall that the council had said it will release the result within 45 days.

The head of public affairs of WAEC Nigeria, Demianus Ojijeogu, had confirmed this on September 14.

READ ALSO  Taraba approves reopening of tertiary institutions

But a tweet on WAEC’s official Twitter page on Thursday said the result will be released in the first week of November.

It tweeted, “WASSCE SC 2020 Results Release Date: Dear candidates, the Council had planned to release the results today in fulfillment of our Project 45 but due to the curfew imposed last week, it had to be postponed till next week.”

READ ALSO  Lagos agrees to pay new minimum wage to LASU, LASPOTECH, ACOED workers

Loading...
Continue Reading
Advertisement
Advertisement

Inspirational Tips

Advertisement
Loading...

Trending

WhatsApp Join Our WhatsApp Chat
%d bloggers like this: