By Richard Thomas, Ibadan
Students of tertiary institutions in Oyo State have been charged to show more commitments to their studies and be good ambassadors of the state where ever they find themselves.
Special Assistant on Student Affairs to Governor Seyi Makinde, Mr Victor Olojede gave the charge while speaking with Western Post in Ibadan.
Olojede said students of tertiary institutions in the state should cooperate with the administration of Governor Makinde by being good students and ambassadors of the pacesetters state.
According to him, Governor Makinde’s administration accords great priority to the sector, hence the unprecedented development which the sector has recorded since he assumed office.
“I want to encourage them to be more committed to their studies and cooperate with the administration of governor Makinde so as to ensure enabling environment for the sector.”
“They also have to stay safe at this period of Covid-19 pandemic and maximise the opportunity available to them to make good grades for their future.”
On LAUTECH, he said the governor is doing his best to make sure the institution ranks of the best and as well put it on the world map.
Olojede urged them to shun acts cable of truncating academics activities in the state but rather contribute positively to the progress of the state through high commitment and by being good ambassadors.