Ondo Tertiary Institutions Get Governing Councils This Week | The Precision


Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu will inaugurate council members for all the four tertiary institutions in Ondo state this week.


The governor made the revelation in Friday at the presentation of reports by visitation panels to four state-owned tertiary institutions held at the Cocoa Conference hall of his office in Akure.
The visitation panels were set up by the Ondo state government, two months ago, to look into the operational mechanism of the four tertiary institutions namely, Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba Akoko,  AAUA, University of Medical Sciences, UNIMED, Ondo, Ondo State University of Science and Technology, Okitipupa OSUSTECH, and Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, RUGIPO.
Akeredolu reiterated his administration’s commitment to deliver a 21st century compliant tertiary education system with the limited resources available.
Akeredolu appreciated the efforts of all the panel members and expressed optimism that their reports would proffer solutions to the already identified myriads of problems in all the state-owned institutions.
He maintained that education is a veritable tool to rescue the state from its economic situation and bring about unprecedented development.

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He said his administration is fully committed to reinvigorating and repositioning  education sector in the state.
The panel chairmen while submitting their reports to the governor one after the other, made some recommendations and findings that will assist the state government in repositioning the institutions.
Speaking on behalf of other panel chairmen, the chairman of AAUA panel, Dr Goke Adegoroye, said a full-fledged stakeholder and sustainable development approach to the funding of all the state-owned institutions is imperative and has been duly recommended.
The state Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Femi Agagu explained that the exercise would aid the present administration’s desire to having functional educational system in the state.
The Deputy Governor, Agboola Ajayi, the Head of Service, Toyin Akinkuotu and the Secretary to the State Government, Ifedayo Abegunde were some of the top government functionaries at the event. (Orange FM) 

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