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Monday, June 14, 2021

‘Complete abandoned projects before embarking on new one’

By Kayode Olabanji, Okitipupa


Political leaders at various levels in the country have been urged to complete abandoned projects by previous administrations before embarking on new projects .
The Vice-Chancellor of Olusegun Agagu University of Science and Technology (OAUSTECH) Okitipupa, Processor Sunday Ogunduyile, gave the advice at the first legislative summit with theme:” The Inclusion of Youths In Governance and Leadership” organized by the Students Union Government chapter of the Institution.
He said for the country to witness more development, succeeding government should ensure that all uncompleted projects were accomplished before embarking on new projects in order not to render efforts of preceding government and limited resources a waste.
The Vice-Chancellor, noted that the institution after the Agagu- led administration witnessed militating support from the Dr. Olusegun Mimiko -led administration before Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu was sworn-in in 2017.
The don said it is a great privilege for Ondo South Senatorial District having a reputable citadel of learning, urging politicians in the country to desist form abandoning projects and carry youths along in governance.
The Guest Speaker of the summit and Chief Whip in the State House of Assembly, Mr. Taofik Oladele, called on the Nigeria government and youths to reach a compromise concerned relevant stakeholders in Nigeria politics especially at the legislative arm of government and the decision-making body to rise to their responsibilities for the country to have drastic and positive change,
He urged youths as future leaders of the country to wake up from their slumber to safe the country.
The Senate President, Students Union Government of the institution, Ganiyu Idris said youths must take the bull by the horn and be actively involved in leadership position and governance as the way for the country.
The event attended by professors, traditional rulers, political associates, members of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), and member of public

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