Provost pledges equity, justice, fairness to all

The Provost of Kwara State College of Education, Oro, Prof. Mukaila Ayanda Aremu has reiterated his administration’s commitment to embrace probity, accountability, justice and fair play in administering the college to take it to proper place of recognition and playing its tripartite roles of modeling future teachers, ivory of towers and research centre in guidance and counseling of our greater (students) tomorrow.

Prof. Mukaila Ayanda Aremu explained that all staff, students and college community will be carried along in the implementation of government policies, adding that the college management is drawing a road map to refocus its plans to provide qualitative leadership that will meet the yearnings and aspirations of all.

“Staff and students must hang their identification cards within and outside campus, vehicles coming in and going out of the College campus must be properly identified and checked. Students  are advised to avoid night travels, walking alone/visiting friends at night, keeping late nights, travelling out of the college campus without permission, avoid cultism, indecent dressing, shun keeping bad friends etc, and above all, be their brother’s keeper”, the Provost advised.

The college administrator was full of praises to the College Community for embracing peace and supporting the administration of Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq at the state level, noting the recent leadership award of Best Governor in Nigeria bestowed on Mr. Governor in Abuja by the Leadership Newspaper management and said “this is a well deserved award and another testimony of the good works His Excellency is doing in our dear State of Harmony.”

The Provost however, requested the assistance of Governor Abdulrahman AbdulRazaq in fast tracking the release of funds for the National Universities Commission accreditation slated for October, 2021, rehabilitation of college internal access roads (1.2km), and the construction of the parameter fence to prevent encroachment, hoodlums from entering the campus.

Prof. Aremu admonished students to be more dedicated to their studies, be disciplined and prayerful at all times. “I pledge to give a purposeful leadership that embraces two ways communication channels that encourage feedback,” he concluded.

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