By Adesina Wahab
The Nationwide Affiliation of Nigerian College students, NANS, Joint Campus Committee, JCC, in Lagos State has known as on the federal government to reopen all colleges as quickly as doable.
Based on the Chairman, Lagos NANS JCC, Comrade Ogunsanya Rasheed, in a press release yesterday, reopening the faculties wouldn’t solely hold the scholars busy however would convey these already disillusioned with training again on observe.
He stated with over 4.1 million college students in Lagos State, starting from pupils in main colleges to college students in tertiary Establishments, maintaining them productively busy was necessary.
He, due to this fact, appealed to the federal government to supply the enabling atmosphere for colleges to reopen in a secure situation as quickly as doable.
He famous that the supply of instructional amenities within the 10 tertiary establishments within the state was paramount to giving high quality training to college students and that it will be the vocal level of NANS rebirth in Lagos State.
“Moreover, the welfare of Lagos State students which includes having access to the good and affordable transportation systems, quality learning environment, functional ICT facilities, and quality medical personnel and facilities are paramount to producing world-class students expected from all tertiary institutions in Lagos State,” he stated.
He thanked the Particular Adviser on Schooling to the Lagos State Governor, Mr Tokunbo Wahab, and the administration of the Michael Otedola School of Main Schooling for making the internet hosting of their conference an enormous success.
Other than Rasheed who was elected chairman throughout the conference, different elected executives are Comr. Oladele Azeez from SACOED (Vice-Chairman), Comr. Akindele David from Laspotech (Normal Secretary), Comr. Adegboye Adeoye from UNILAG (Monetary Secretary), Comr. Agboola Segun from Institute of Oceanography (Public Relations Officer), Comr Ibrahim Tajudeen from AOCOED (Director of Particular Duties).
Others are Comr. Ipesi Olugbemi from LASU (Sports activities Director) Comr. Akintoye Ifeoluwa Peter from Yabatech (Director of Program), and Comr. McCarty Olatunji from LASU (Director of Welfare).