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  •  An educationist Mr Mike Fatukasi on Thursday appealed to both the Federal and state governments to fund research and paperwork in the universities to enhance the standard of education in the country Fatukasi who is the Principal Adedokun International Schools Ota made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Ota Ogun He also called on corporate organisations to support school competitions that would improve the quality of academic performance and excellence There is the need for the Federal and state governments as well as corporate organisations to support research so as to restore the lost glory of education in the country he said Fatukasi advised the Federal Government to ensure that there was no break in the academic system He added that government should find a lasting solution to the current strike embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU Let the educational system run itself and the old glory will be restored In addition the issue of quota system should be stopped in our tertiary universities because it had adversely affected the graduates being produced by the institutions he said He also reiterated the need by the Federal Government to allocate more funds in the annual budget to educational system as well as review the curriculum of institutions to enhance the standard of education NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Educationist tasks FG,states on funding to improve standard of education
     An educationist Mr Mike Fatukasi on Thursday appealed to both the Federal and state governments to fund research and paperwork in the universities to enhance the standard of education in the country Fatukasi who is the Principal Adedokun International Schools Ota made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Ota Ogun He also called on corporate organisations to support school competitions that would improve the quality of academic performance and excellence There is the need for the Federal and state governments as well as corporate organisations to support research so as to restore the lost glory of education in the country he said Fatukasi advised the Federal Government to ensure that there was no break in the academic system He added that government should find a lasting solution to the current strike embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU Let the educational system run itself and the old glory will be restored In addition the issue of quota system should be stopped in our tertiary universities because it had adversely affected the graduates being produced by the institutions he said He also reiterated the need by the Federal Government to allocate more funds in the annual budget to educational system as well as review the curriculum of institutions to enhance the standard of education NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Educationist tasks FG,states on funding to improve standard of education
    General news2 months ago

    Educationist tasks FG,states on funding to improve standard of education

    An educationist, Mr Mike Fatukasi, on Thursday appealed to  both the Federal and state governments to fund research and paperwork in the universities  to enhance the standard of education  in the country.

    Fatukasi,who is  the Principal, Adedokun International Schools, Ota, made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Ota,Ogun. He also called on corporate organisations to support school competitions that would improve the quality of academic performance and excellence.

    “There is the need for the Federal, and state  governments,  as well as  corporate organisations to support research so as to restore the lost glory of education in the country,’’he said.

    Fatukasi, advised the Federal Government to ensure that there was no break in the academic system.

    He added that government should find a lasting solution to the current strike embarked upon by the  Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

    “Let the educational system run itself and the old glory will be restored.

    “In addition, the issue of quota system should be stopped in our tertiary universities because it  had adversely affected the graduates being  produced by the  institutions,”he said.

    He also reiterated the need by the  Federal Government to allocate more funds in the annual budget to educational system  as well as review  the curriculum of institutions to enhance the  standard of education.


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  •  An educationist Mr Mike Fatukasi has called on the government to provide critical infrastructure in tertiary institutions toward uplifting the standard of education in the country Fatukasi who is the Principal of Adedokun International Schools Ota Ogun gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Ota on Wednesday He advised government against playing politics with education to improve the quality of graduates produced from the tertiary institutions in the country According to him the frequent strikes by the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU is affecting the standard of education in Nigeria We have experienced this negative development so many times In the school we have to interview so many graduates before we could get the few who can actually defend their certificates he said The principal described the ongoing strike by ASUU as a setback to the educational system in Nigeria Fatukasi stated that the final year students would be the ones to bear the brunt when the schools reopen after the strike He said that the continuous shutting down of universities was not good for a nation that desired sustainable human capital development He berated the proliferation of universities noting that many institutions universities should be merged to enhance the quality of education NAN reports that ASUU had on Feb 14 commenced strike demanding for the revitalisation of public universities among other demands NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Educationist tasks FG on improved standard of education
     An educationist Mr Mike Fatukasi has called on the government to provide critical infrastructure in tertiary institutions toward uplifting the standard of education in the country Fatukasi who is the Principal of Adedokun International Schools Ota Ogun gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Ota on Wednesday He advised government against playing politics with education to improve the quality of graduates produced from the tertiary institutions in the country According to him the frequent strikes by the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU is affecting the standard of education in Nigeria We have experienced this negative development so many times In the school we have to interview so many graduates before we could get the few who can actually defend their certificates he said The principal described the ongoing strike by ASUU as a setback to the educational system in Nigeria Fatukasi stated that the final year students would be the ones to bear the brunt when the schools reopen after the strike He said that the continuous shutting down of universities was not good for a nation that desired sustainable human capital development He berated the proliferation of universities noting that many institutions universities should be merged to enhance the quality of education NAN reports that ASUU had on Feb 14 commenced strike demanding for the revitalisation of public universities among other demands NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Educationist tasks FG on improved standard of education
    General news2 months ago

    Educationist tasks FG on improved standard of education

    An educationist, Mr Mike Fatukasi, has called on the government to provide critical infrastructure in tertiary institutions toward uplifting the standard of education in the country.

    Fatukasi, who is the Principal of Adedokun International Schools, Ota, Ogun, gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Ota on Wednesday.

    He advised government against playing politics with education to improve the quality of graduates produced from the tertiary institutions in the country.

    According to him, the frequent strikes by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is affecting the standard of education in Nigeria.

    “We have experienced this negative development so many times.

    “In the school, we have to interview so many graduates before we could get the few who can actually defend their certificates,” he said.

    The principal described the ongoing strike by ASUU as a setback to the educational system in Nigeria.

    Fatukasi stated that the final year students would be the ones to bear the brunt when the schools reopen after the strike.

    He said that the continuous shutting down of universities was not good for a nation that desired sustainable human capital development.

    He berated the proliferation of universities, noting that “many institutions(universities) should be merged to enhance the quality of education.

    ” NAN reports that ASUU had on Feb. 14 commenced strike demanding for the revitalisation of public universities, among other demands.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  Mrs Raliat Laaro Olatunji the Assistant Comptroller of Customs in charge of Apapa Command in Lagos on Monday advised students to be focused courageous and determined to be achievers in life Olatunji gave the advice during the valedictory and prize giving ceremony for the outgoing SS3 students of Adedokun International Schools Ota Ogun According to Laaro Olatunji who was chairperson of the ocassion students can be achievers and problem solvers if they properly manage their time The customs boss described an achiever as someone who succeeded in any activity embarked upon by breaking every barrier that could hinder someone s success It takes focus courage determination and proper planning of their time to be achievers as they would confront many barriers on their way to success In addition you also need prayers to be able to surmount all of the barriers you might face on your way to success she said The Proprietress of the school Mrs Romoke Adedokun said that the successes and unity of purpose recorded by the school was not achieved on a bed of roses Adedokun said that the school was able to achieve remarkable milestones due to mutual strength understanding and dedication from staff parents and students who were all stakeholders The set standard stood us out among others and branded the school which made it the school of choice the proprietress said She said that the school came second in the National Cross Learning Mathematics Competition and commended the parents association for their immense contributions towards the growth and development of the school She admonished the outgoing students against wrong steps and illegal activities that could be counter productive to their future The proprietress congratulated the graduating students urging them to always remember the son and daughter of whom they were whereever they found themselves The Principal of the school Mr Mike Fatukasi said that the session had been very fruitful and that progress had been made in all sectors of the school Fatukasi said that the students of science department produced such items like perfumes soaps and air fresheners during the 20212022 session with the label of Adedokun International NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Customs boss tasks students to be focused, courageous to be achievers
     Mrs Raliat Laaro Olatunji the Assistant Comptroller of Customs in charge of Apapa Command in Lagos on Monday advised students to be focused courageous and determined to be achievers in life Olatunji gave the advice during the valedictory and prize giving ceremony for the outgoing SS3 students of Adedokun International Schools Ota Ogun According to Laaro Olatunji who was chairperson of the ocassion students can be achievers and problem solvers if they properly manage their time The customs boss described an achiever as someone who succeeded in any activity embarked upon by breaking every barrier that could hinder someone s success It takes focus courage determination and proper planning of their time to be achievers as they would confront many barriers on their way to success In addition you also need prayers to be able to surmount all of the barriers you might face on your way to success she said The Proprietress of the school Mrs Romoke Adedokun said that the successes and unity of purpose recorded by the school was not achieved on a bed of roses Adedokun said that the school was able to achieve remarkable milestones due to mutual strength understanding and dedication from staff parents and students who were all stakeholders The set standard stood us out among others and branded the school which made it the school of choice the proprietress said She said that the school came second in the National Cross Learning Mathematics Competition and commended the parents association for their immense contributions towards the growth and development of the school She admonished the outgoing students against wrong steps and illegal activities that could be counter productive to their future The proprietress congratulated the graduating students urging them to always remember the son and daughter of whom they were whereever they found themselves The Principal of the school Mr Mike Fatukasi said that the session had been very fruitful and that progress had been made in all sectors of the school Fatukasi said that the students of science department produced such items like perfumes soaps and air fresheners during the 20212022 session with the label of Adedokun International NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Customs boss tasks students to be focused, courageous to be achievers
    General news2 months ago

    Customs boss tasks students to be focused, courageous to be achievers

    Mrs Raliat Laaro-Olatunji, the Assistant Comptroller of Customs in charge of Apapa Command in Lagos, on Monday advised students to be focused, courageous and determined, to be achievers in life.

    Olatunji gave the advice during the valedictory and prize giving ceremony for the outgoing SS3 students of Adedokun International Schools, Ota, Ogun.According to Laaro-Olatunji, who was chairperson of the ocassion, students can be achievers and problem solvers if they properly manage their time.

    The customs boss described an achiever as someone who succeeded in any activity embarked upon by breaking every barrier that could hinder someone’s success.

    “It takes focus, courage, determination and proper planning of their time to be achievers as they would confront many barriers on their way to success.

    “In addition, you also need prayers to be able to surmount all of the barriers you might face on your way to success,” she said.

    The Proprietress of the school, Mrs Romoke Adedokun, said that the successes and unity of purpose recorded by the school was not achieved on a bed of roses.

    Adedokun said that the school was able to achieve remarkable milestones due to mutual strength, understanding and dedication from staff, parents and students, who were all stakeholders.

    “The set standard stood us out among others and branded the school which made it the school of choice,” the proprietress said.

    She said that the school came second in the National Cross Learning Mathematics Competition and commended the parents association for their immense contributions towards the growth and development of the school.

    She admonished the outgoing students against wrong steps and illegal activities that could be counter-productive to their future.

    The proprietress congratulated the graduating students, urging them to always remember the son and daughter of whom they were whereever they found themselves.

    The Principal of the school, Mr Mike Fatukasi, said that the session had been very fruitful and that progress had been made in all sectors of the school.

    Fatukasi said that the students of science department produced such items like perfumes, soaps and air fresheners during the  20212022 session with the label of Adedokun International.

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    NewsSourceCredit: NAN