… inspects ongoing projects, conducts on the spot assessment
Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello has promised that before he leaves as the Governor, the education sector in the state would experience revamping in the areas of standard infrastructures and quality work force.
He added that the education sector was pivotally positioned in his thematic blue print hence funds would be galvanized towards ensuring it’s world class positioning before the end of his administration
The Governor made this known after inspecting ongoing projects at the college of Nursing and Midwifery Obangede, where he assured that critical needs of the institution ranging from logistics, other additional infrastructures and man power would be met in no distant time.
While conducting an on the spot assessment at Government Technical College in Oboroke- ihima in Okehi LGA the governor promised to remodel the long forgotten but crucial academic institution to a standard worthy of reckoning.
He noted that the school would be captured amongst the list of soon to be remodelled secondary schools selected across the entire state and would be fully equipped with gadgets and facilities of global repute in a bid to ease learning, create a suitable academic environment and ensure that products from these schools could compete globally
The Governor during the inspection of the Ebira Community Secondary School, Ogaminana commended the work done so far while urging the contractors to deliver quality GYB standard in record time in a bid to commission these academic infrastructures for judicious use.
In her remarks, Provost College of Nursing and Midwifery, Obangede Mrs. Oziohu Abraham thanked the governor for yet another historic visit to the college asserting that his visit was always followed by good news to the institution of learning.
She specifically appreciated the governor over the ongoing constructions of hostel accommodations stating that the governor’s dedication towards education and health was incomparable to any other leader.
The provost noted the school of Nursing and Midwifery was merely having students until he gave it a Midas touch and the number grew while assuring that with the ongoing and planned projects by the governor as well as accreditation of new courses, the college would record yet another historic increase in the number of in take.