LAUTECH: APC Chieftain Olaniyan Commends Ajimobi, Aregbesola

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Engineer Rauf Olaniyan

Engr. Raufu Aderemi Olaniyan has commended governors Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo state and Raufu Aregbesola of Osun state over the resumption of LAUTECH.

The All Progressives Congress Chieftain in Oyo state gave this commendation in a release by his media office, and made available to newsmen in Ibadan yesterday.

The APC chieftain and gubernatorial hopeful noted that with the resumption of the school governors of both states have demonstrated that they are committed to the APC manifesto which gives priority to the education.

He said finding solution the the crises wasn’t easy, but the governors demonstrated an excellent managerial ability, to bring the crises to an end, and for this, he gave kudos to their their Excellencies, Senator Isiaka Ajimobi and Ogbeni Raufu Aregbesola of Oyo and Osun state respectively.
The retired Permanent Secretary in the Oyo State Civil Service also commended lecturers and students of LAUTECH for the maturity and understanding they displayed through out the challenging period that beset the institution.

He praised them for keeping calm inspite of the difficult conditions the crises brought about.

 

He noted that understanding is an important ingredient of democratic setting, and that they can now see the fruits of their patience and understanding which was a cardinal factor that contributed to the resolution of the impasse and the resumption of the institution.

 

The former Oyo States Road Maintenance Agency boss also praised parents and other notable individuals who had contributed to the peaceful resolution of the crises that rocked the institution, he called on all and sundry to join hands with the APC led government in Oyo and Osun states to ensure that LAUTECH and other institutions in the states continue to set the pace for others to emulate.

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