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How Government-Alumni Partnership Board will Operate- Governor Adeleke

How Government-Alumni Partnership Board will Operate- Governor Adeleke

● Board, 1st of its Kind in Nigeria-Asiwaju of Ijeshaland






Governor Ademola Adeleke has shed more light on the operational procedures for the proposed Government-Alumni Partnership Board designed to harness alumni contributions for the development of the education sector.


He made the elaboration at the 90th Year anniversary celebration of the Ilesa Grammar School where he was conferred with the award of the ‘Most Benevolent Leader’ by the Alumni Association of the school under Engr Obisesan Daramola.


Governor Adeleke who listened all through the anniversary lecture presented by Dr Akin Fapohunda, class of 1969, said the partnership board is going to operate on a Public - Private Partnership Model, adding however that the board will be private sector driven.


“ I have directed the Ministry of Education to consult widely while putting up a framework for the operation of the board. It is not going to be another bureaucratic set up. No, it is going to involve a private sector driven structure.


“We are open to ideas on how best to make the board functional and strong enough to fulfill its mandate. My team will reach out to all stakeholders in the process of putting up the structures.


“ The paper submitted by the guest lecturer will also be closely studied . I noted all the brilliant ideas. We will make the board as simple as possible. The main goal is to ensure that alumni groups alongside the Parents and Teachers Associations play prominent roles in the development of our schools”, the Governor noted while accepting the award.


He told the gathering at Ilesa that his administration is implementing multiple programmes to enhance the state of education, citing ongoing complete rehabilitation of schools, recruitment of teachers, planned integrated retraining of teachers and planned e-learning project to address the question of access to instructional materials.


On the general policy focus of his administration, Governor Adeleke narrated his government ongoing implementation of a multi-billion naira infra upgrade, the diversification of state economy through new cocoa revival plan and new creative industry agenda, the reform of the mining sector to widen revenue base, the ongoing execution of a state digital economy agenda among others.


Presenting the award on behalf of the alumni association, the Asiwaju of Ijesahland , Chief Yinka Fasuyi, described the Government-Alumni Partnership Board proposed by the Governor as the first of its kind by any state government in Nigeria.


“ This is unprecedented and unique. We are really impressed that you have this plan and you have given the due directive for the making of an.implementation framework. Mr Governor, we are pleasantly surprised.


“We thank you profusely for all you are doing for Ijeshaland. We appreciate your support and positive action on the University of Ilesa. We thank you for our sons you placed in a key office within your administration. You have our backing to do more for the greater glory of our dear state”, Chief Fasuyi stated.


The Chairman of the Anniversary celebration committee, Dr Wale Boluwaduro, described Governor Adelekw as an impressive achiever who within a year has transformed the state and placed it on a trajectory of people centered development.


“You earn the confidence of Osun people. You satisfy the expectation of the association, and there is no doubt you have our backing for a second term in office”, Dr Boluwaduro noted.


Signed:

Mallam Olawale Rasheed,

Spokesperson to the State Governor

● Board, 1st of its Kind in Nigeria-Asiwaju of Ijeshaland






Governor Ademola Adeleke has shed more light on the operational procedures for the proposed Government-Alumni Partnership Board designed to harness alumni contributions for the development of the education sector.


He made the elaboration at the 90th Year anniversary celebration of the Ilesa Grammar School where he was conferred with the award of the ‘Most Benevolent Leader’ by the Alumni Association of the school under Engr Obisesan Daramola.


Governor Adeleke who listened all through the anniversary lecture presented by Dr Akin Fapohunda, class of 1969, said the partnership board is going to operate on a Public - Private Partnership Model, adding however that the board will be private sector driven.


“ I have directed the Ministry of Education to consult widely while putting up a framework for the operation of the board. It is not going to be another bureaucratic set up. No, it is going to involve a private sector driven structure.


“We are open to ideas on how best to make the board functional and strong enough to fulfill its mandate. My team will reach out to all stakeholders in the process of putting up the structures.


“ The paper submitted by the guest lecturer will also be closely studied . I noted all the brilliant ideas. We will make the board as simple as possible. The main goal is to ensure that alumni groups alongside the Parents and Teachers Associations play prominent roles in the development of our schools”, the Governor noted while accepting the award.


He told the gathering at Ilesa that his administration is implementing multiple programmes to enhance the state of education, citing ongoing complete rehabilitation of schools, recruitment of teachers, planned integrated retraining of teachers and planned e-learning project to address the question of access to instructional materials.


On the general policy focus of his administration, Governor Adeleke narrated his government ongoing implementation of a multi-billion naira infra upgrade, the diversification of state economy through new cocoa revival plan and new creative industry agenda, the reform of the mining sector to widen revenue base, the ongoing execution of a state digital economy agenda among others.


Presenting the award on behalf of the alumni association, the Asiwaju of Ijesahland , Chief Yinka Fasuyi, described the Government-Alumni Partnership Board proposed by the Governor as the first of its kind by any state government in Nigeria.


“ This is unprecedented and unique. We are really impressed that you have this plan and you have given the due directive for the making of an.implementation framework. Mr Governor, we are pleasantly surprised.


“We thank you profusely for all you are doing for Ijeshaland. We appreciate your support and positive action on the University of Ilesa. We thank you for our sons you placed in a key office within your administration. You have our backing to do more for the greater glory of our dear state”, Chief Fasuyi stated.


The Chairman of the Anniversary celebration committee, Dr Wale Boluwaduro, described Governor Adelekw as an impressive achiever who within a year has transformed the state and placed it on a trajectory of people centered development.


“You earn the confidence of Osun people. You satisfy the expectation of the association, and there is no doubt you have our backing for a second term in office”, Dr Boluwaduro noted.


Signed:

Mallam Olawale Rasheed,

Spokesperson to the State Governor

I AM WATER — A Poem by Dele Abiola

I AM WATER — A Poem by Dele Abiola

 I AM WATER


I am water

I'm the delight

Of all kids 

To Play with

In all ages



I am water 

I am friendly 

Quench your thirst

I satisfied wholly 

Seasons and times


I am water 

Take your bath

Cook your food

At your services 

I am useful


I am water

Truly really gentle 

Friend to all

I fight none

I've goodly currents 


I am water

Stretch out arms

Swim for pleasure

And good health

Swim for medals


I am water

The God's Spirit 

Hovers over me

I am live

From the ancient



I'm raining water

Rinsing the earth

For bountiful harvest 

I sustained all

Plants and animals



I am water

Abode to endless

Species of creatures

Celebrating in deeps

Operating in colonies



I am water

Easy going always

Never loose guard

Dare me at

Your own perils



I'm 'flowing water

I am resilient 

I am persistent

Never give up 

Breaking the rocks



I am water

I'm not destructive

Obstacles and refuses

On my route

Are the evils



I am water 

of great rivers 

Arere and araba

Of rambling trees

Can't withstand me

 


I am water

In every fight 

Destructive fury fire

Overwhelmed by shame 

Bows before me

 


I am water

I spare none 

In my path 

For I'm water

With forceful currents


I'm deep water

Speaking to deeps

Let the deeps

Drink from roaring

Deep deep water



Composed by Dele Abiola

For the Students of 'A1 PREMIER MODEL ACADEMY LTD, OSOGBO, OSUN STATE 



Admission into all classes are in progress @ A1 PREMIER MODEL ACADEMY LTD.
KM 4, GBONGAN IBADAN ROAD, OPPOSITE OLD FRSC OFFICE, OGO OLUWA AREA, OSOGBO.


More pictures!








 I AM WATER


I am water

I'm the delight

Of all kids 

To Play with

In all ages



I am water 

I am friendly 

Quench your thirst

I satisfied wholly 

Seasons and times


I am water 

Take your bath

Cook your food

At your services 

I am useful


I am water

Truly really gentle 

Friend to all

I fight none

I've goodly currents 


I am water

Stretch out arms

Swim for pleasure

And good health

Swim for medals


I am water

The God's Spirit 

Hovers over me

I am live

From the ancient



I'm raining water

Rinsing the earth

For bountiful harvest 

I sustained all

Plants and animals



I am water

Abode to endless

Species of creatures

Celebrating in deeps

Operating in colonies



I am water

Easy going always

Never loose guard

Dare me at

Your own perils



I'm 'flowing water

I am resilient 

I am persistent

Never give up 

Breaking the rocks



I am water

I'm not destructive

Obstacles and refuses

On my route

Are the evils



I am water 

of great rivers 

Arere and araba

Of rambling trees

Can't withstand me

 


I am water

In every fight 

Destructive fury fire

Overwhelmed by shame 

Bows before me

 


I am water

I spare none 

In my path 

For I'm water

With forceful currents


I'm deep water

Speaking to deeps

Let the deeps

Drink from roaring

Deep deep water



Composed by Dele Abiola

For the Students of 'A1 PREMIER MODEL ACADEMY LTD, OSOGBO, OSUN STATE 



Admission into all classes are in progress @ A1 PREMIER MODEL ACADEMY LTD.
KM 4, GBONGAN IBADAN ROAD, OPPOSITE OLD FRSC OFFICE, OGO OLUWA AREA, OSOGBO.


More pictures!








Admissions In progress @A1 Premier Model Academy Limited, Osogbo

Admissions In progress @A1 Premier Model Academy Limited, Osogbo

 Admission into all classes are in progress at A1 PREMIER MODEL ACADEMY LTD.

Address !!! KM 4 GBONGAN/IBADAN ROAD, OPPOSITE OLD FRSC OFFICE, OGO OLUWA AREA, OSOGBO, OSUN STATE.


Excellent, Our  Choice!!!









Qualified Teacher can apply too.
WhatsApp: 08080895259





 Admission into all classes are in progress at A1 PREMIER MODEL ACADEMY LTD.

Address !!! KM 4 GBONGAN/IBADAN ROAD, OPPOSITE OLD FRSC OFFICE, OGO OLUWA AREA, OSOGBO, OSUN STATE.


Excellent, Our  Choice!!!









Qualified Teacher can apply too.
WhatsApp: 08080895259





Parenting: Teach your children these important words

Parenting: Teach your children these important words

Things you need to teach your Child(ren) at early age:



1: Warn your Girl Child Never to sit on anyone's laps no matter the situation including uncles.


2: Avoid Getting Dressed in front of your child once he/she is 2 years old. Learn to excuse them or yourself.


3. Never allow any adult refer to your child as 'my wife' or 'my husband'


4. Whenever your child goes out to play with friends make sure you look for a way to find out what kind of play they do, because young people now sexually abuse themselves.


5. Never force your child to visit any adult he or she is not comfortable with and also be observant if your child becomes too fond of a particular adult.


6. Once a very lively child suddenly becomes withdrawn you may need to patiently ask lots of questions from your child.


7. Carefully educate your grown ups about the right values of sex . If you don't, the society will teach them the wrong values.


8: It is always advisable you go through any new Material like.

Things you need to teach your Child(ren) at early age:



1: Warn your Girl Child Never to sit on anyone's laps no matter the situation including uncles.


2: Avoid Getting Dressed in front of your child once he/she is 2 years old. Learn to excuse them or yourself.


3. Never allow any adult refer to your child as 'my wife' or 'my husband'


4. Whenever your child goes out to play with friends make sure you look for a way to find out what kind of play they do, because young people now sexually abuse themselves.


5. Never force your child to visit any adult he or she is not comfortable with and also be observant if your child becomes too fond of a particular adult.


6. Once a very lively child suddenly becomes withdrawn you may need to patiently ask lots of questions from your child.


7. Carefully educate your grown ups about the right values of sex . If you don't, the society will teach them the wrong values.


8: It is always advisable you go through any new Material like.

NIGERIA: WILL UNIVERSITIES BE NEEDED IN THE NEXT 15 YEARS?

NIGERIA: WILL UNIVERSITIES BE NEEDED IN THE NEXT 15 YEARS?


The Federal Executive Council recently approved more universities, and established more Polytechnics and  Colleges of Education while Tesla, Apple, Google, Netflix and some multinationals announced that effective 2021, university degree will not be required for hiring. 


Google is also developing a new suit called Google career certificates which is intended to help young people get qualifications and skills for high paying jobs without university degree. The suits is tailored for the millennials to learn in-demand skills online in 6 months and will be globally recognized as equivalent of a traditional university degree.

The question is, in the next 15 years, will certificates be required for most jobs of the century? 


2.0 ARE CERTIFICATES OVERRATED IN NIGERIA?

University degree is highly overrated in Nigeria and I have resolved that I will make attending university optional for my children. I will rather counsel them to acquire globally in-demand skills and certifications.


Anyone that wants to panticipate in global jobs of the future must learn computing skills, data analysis and fluency in at least 2 international languages. High paying jobs will likely be in cybersecurity, business development and sales, robotics, computing and programming, data analysis, automobile, creative arts, football, tennis, basketball and similar skills. 


For young  Nigerian entrepreneurs that want to  have a startup, there will be future opportunities in logistics, food value chain, blockchain technology, Fintech, tourism and hospitality, transport and clothing. 


3.0 WHAT SHOULD NIGERIA DO?

Our university curriculum is obsolete, we teach no skills and the laboratories are 19th century. You can't use 19th century solution to solve 21st century problems.


The world is a global village and we must follow the global trend to be global citizens. We must also change our curriculum and improve teaching of computer skills in the universities. 


 Today’s children are born with their devices and more sophisticated than the previous generations. I advise our millennials to work ahead of our curriculum and prepare themselves to be global citizens.

shikenan.


He that has ear to hear, let him listen to the future.


By: Anonymous


The Federal Executive Council recently approved more universities, and established more Polytechnics and  Colleges of Education while Tesla, Apple, Google, Netflix and some multinationals announced that effective 2021, university degree will not be required for hiring. 


Google is also developing a new suit called Google career certificates which is intended to help young people get qualifications and skills for high paying jobs without university degree. The suits is tailored for the millennials to learn in-demand skills online in 6 months and will be globally recognized as equivalent of a traditional university degree.

The question is, in the next 15 years, will certificates be required for most jobs of the century? 


2.0 ARE CERTIFICATES OVERRATED IN NIGERIA?

University degree is highly overrated in Nigeria and I have resolved that I will make attending university optional for my children. I will rather counsel them to acquire globally in-demand skills and certifications.


Anyone that wants to panticipate in global jobs of the future must learn computing skills, data analysis and fluency in at least 2 international languages. High paying jobs will likely be in cybersecurity, business development and sales, robotics, computing and programming, data analysis, automobile, creative arts, football, tennis, basketball and similar skills. 


For young  Nigerian entrepreneurs that want to  have a startup, there will be future opportunities in logistics, food value chain, blockchain technology, Fintech, tourism and hospitality, transport and clothing. 


3.0 WHAT SHOULD NIGERIA DO?

Our university curriculum is obsolete, we teach no skills and the laboratories are 19th century. You can't use 19th century solution to solve 21st century problems.


The world is a global village and we must follow the global trend to be global citizens. We must also change our curriculum and improve teaching of computer skills in the universities. 


 Today’s children are born with their devices and more sophisticated than the previous generations. I advise our millennials to work ahead of our curriculum and prepare themselves to be global citizens.

shikenan.


He that has ear to hear, let him listen to the future.


By: Anonymous

Poster Speaks: A1 Divine Schools Osogbo Say Admission still in progress!

Poster Speaks: A1 Divine Schools Osogbo Say Admission still in progress!


Common Entrance Examinations hold on Saturdays of July 2021 at KM4, GBONGAN-IBADAN ROAD, OPPOSITE OLD FRSC OFFICE,OGO OLUWA OSOGBO, OSUN STATE.



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Common Entrance Examinations hold on Saturdays of July 2021 at KM4, GBONGAN-IBADAN ROAD, OPPOSITE OLD FRSC OFFICE,OGO OLUWA OSOGBO, OSUN STATE.



A section of Nursery & Primary Students





College Students





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