NANS commends MAPOLY,  TASCE managements on physical developmental projects 

 The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS),  on Thursday,  commended the management of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY), Abeokuta and that of Tai Solarin College of Education (TASCE),  Omu on the physical developmental projects within the institutions. 
Mr Azeez Adeyemi,  the National Pubic Relations Officer of the association made this known in a statement in Abeokuta. 
Adeyemi noted that the  leadership of NANS, in her bid to assess the state of education, resolved to embark on campus/facility tour on campuses.
The NANS spokesman appreciated the institutions despite suffering less subventions from the state government, saying that the managements had tried enough in looking beyond the subventions from the state government.
“NANS commends the Rector of Moshood Abiola Polythectnic, Dr Samson Odedina,  for changing the school in totality from its known moral impunity, unstable peace within the campus and it’s environs.
“We have also seen physical and infrastructural projects in both institutions which is to the benefits of the students. 
” We implore the institutions not to relent on their  good managerial approach and be rest assured of continuous and unflinching supports of Nigerian students, as much as they remain commited to good styles,” he said. 
On the crisis in TASCE between the management and staff,  Adeyemi explained that there was need for urgent intervention of critical stakeholders , saying the crisis would affect the lives of promising Nigerian students, thereby extended there stay on campus.
“NANS frowns at the way the state government is handling the crisis and we want to plead with the government to do the needful as soon as possible. 
“We equally commend the efforts of the Provost of TASCE, Dr Lukman kiadese , for the highly commendable and status elevating physical projects, completed and ongoing in the school,” he said. 
Adeyemi called on Gov. Ibikunle Amosun to pay all unpaid accumulated salaries of the TASCE staff, while  appealing to the staff  to allow peace to reign.

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