At the commencement of 2nd term in office of His Excellency, Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR, CON, the Authorities of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta have expressed profound gratitude to the State Governor for his support to invigorate the Institution at this trying moment.
The significance of the Government’s gesture was highlighted in separate appreciation letters conveyed by the Governing Council Chairman, Professor Kamaldeen Balogun, for graciously providing solutions to various challenges surrounding the Institution.
Recently, a team of Engineers on the instruction of the Governor visited the Polytechnic to ascertain the challenges surrounding the smooth flow of water for immediate rectification.
Similarly, the Institution has taken delivery of a 500KVA Transformer donated by the Governor to alleviate the long-standing issues of inadequate power supply.
Earlier after the rehabilitation of the Oloke-MAPOLY road a few months ago, the Governing Council Chairman had commended the Government and promised continuous cooperation and unalloyed support to the “Building our Future Together” agenda.
It reads in the piece, “I write on behalf of the Governing Council, Management, Staff and Students of the Polytechnic to sincerely appreciate your Excellency for the rehabilitation of Iyana-Oloke road to the Polytechnic’s gate.”
This singular effort is symbolic to resuscitating positive interest in the Polytechnic’s education standards, which will also rejuvenate a smooth business ecosystem.
He said, “The rehabilitation of the road is a clear testimony of the Government’s commitment to making life meaningful to the Polytechnic’s public and by extension to the good people of Ogun State.”
He added that this is a fulfilment of promises made and a pure demonstration of this administration’s readiness to continue supporting education in all areas.
He disclosed that some of the issues presented at the stakeholders’ meeting recently held with the State Governor are being addressed.
While applauding the Government, Prof. Balogun, on behalf of the Council and Management, also commended members of Staff and Students for their resilience, doggedness and hopefulness towards restoring the glorious status of the Polytechnic.
Head, Public Relations & Protocol