Wednesday, 22 March 2017

NANS CALLS FOR UNCONDITIONAL REOPENING OF CONCERNED OYO STATE INSTITUTIONS - Dio Oghale Emeka Rex (SAP, SANS, MOFR) Reporting from Campus Reporter Media

NANS CALLS FOR UNCONDITIONAL REOPENING OF CONCERNED OYO STATE INSTITUTIONS

All adorations and praises are due to Almighty God. It is He who drew the structural plan of the world (greatest architect). It is also He who builds the entire world without using a pillar (the most professional builder). He endeavors our existence for the betterment of today; He so deserves our praises.

The entire larger population of the state is aware the staffs of three of our institutions Emmanuel Alayande College of Education (EACOED), Oyo College of Education, Lanlate & Oyo State College of Agriculture and Technology  (OYSCATECH), Igbo-ora  have embarked on strike. They have however, willfully decided to embark on this strike basically because of the reduction of subvention by the state government.

While another reason behind this strike as our findings indicated is the delay which some payments have encountered. We are a bit concerned about the cries and agitations of the staff; and as the principle of management corroborated; there should be proper and adequate welfare provisions for one’s employees.

Nevertheless, we are more concerned about preponderance of students who had been thrown out of the four angles of their schools’ walls because of offence that does not belong to them.

Nothing is qualified to deny these innocent students free access to quality, qualitative and quantitative education; after I might have paid my school and other fees? It acidly saddens us as the representatives of all Oyo students to watch our students driven out of their campuses without lawful justification.

We have since the resurrection of this uncanny scenarios contributed our quotas by consulting the State Government (Governor and Ministry of Education), Management of the institutions, Staff Unions, Security Outfits,  SUG Representatives and Stakeholders in the Educational Sectors. We won't conclude it's over when it's not over.

We have hereby considered it nothing but utmost necessity to humbly face this cumbersome challenges and continue to agitate until the victory is achieved. We have however, considered ourselves dutifully challenged to effect the good change; and tell the entire we want our fellow students in their classes.

We have hereby sensitively declared a powerful state of emergency on the closure of these three institutions whose staffs have embarked on strikes. Necessary mechanisms within our possession will be meticulously and prudently utilized to ensure our goal is achieved.

According to Victor Hugo, “there is something much stronger than all armies of the world; and that is an idea whose time has come” (end of quote).

We are pleased to inform you all that reopening of our school is the novel idea that has come; and we will not hang our pen; pause our struggles until this is rendered achievable.

We hereby call on students to maintain peace and tranquility within their local domains or any part of the country the wind of the strike might have directed them to.

They should play their own roles in assisting the authority of the state NANS leadership because together; we become victorious very soon. Yes, very soon.

Nothing shall discourage us!

Signed:
Comr. Moronkola Teslim
Vice Chairman
NANS JCC, Oyo State
08160176341

Adeyemo Ibrahim (Aristotle)
Public Relations Officers
08104266559
[email protected]
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