“Dear President, please try not to be found wanting” – itz Lucas
It’s clear at this point in time that the Da Silva led government has come under lots of backlash from thousands of students following the transportation challenges in the university environment.
In this article, I did an analysis of the administration so far and you really want to know about it.
This government started with lots of promise, engaging relevant authority in tackling issues but it since then failed to highlight its achievements, maybe in a bid not to be distracted.
The campaign against drug abuse and prostitution is one area that has enjoyed lots of support and success.
The Welfarism of the students including proper arrangements for freshmen to ensure a degree of ease during registration process Issa banger too.
Marking of the various walk ways in school with the plan to construct sheds(subject to approval by the SRA) is in the pipeline.
But the biggest impact of them all is the utilization of the human resources including learned students from the engineering wing of the university to repair bad roads(got materials from the quarry, got equipment from the school management). THIS IS WHAT THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT CAN’T DO.
In an unofficial interview with the president, it was clear that the issue of transportation was the biggest headache BUT let me salute the THINK TANKS in his administration.
He spoke about decongestion of the camp bus stop, change of time table and a raid to the office of the NURTW boss in Ogun state, DJANGO.
He went on to explain how he solicited for help from the departmental and college associations who he charged to donate bags of cement for the actualization of the road repair project. This in itself is a smart move has a good number of the associations collect dues to do books, organize symposium and arrange item 7.
As at the time of compiling this report, 10 mini buses have started working, time table have been changed and Camp has been decongested to an appreciable extent.
Meanwhile, the repair of mancot buses hasn’t moved so fast due to the internal politics and the red tape involved in accessing funds from REMITA but he gave the Assurance that the school vice chancellor is really working towards making sure students get to school modestly.
After saying all of these, you will agree with me that this government means no harm but wants to work really hard to ensure its members reap the benefits of good governance.
It’s normal to have critics in government but my advice to Mr President is that he shouldn’t listen to any noise that’s not offering a good solution to anything.
On a final note, please Mr President kindly direct the sports secretary of the union to visit the sports complex and see what it has turned to.
Dear President, please try not to be found wanting and same goes for your subordinates. I won’t hesitate to write strongly against any misdemeanor with facts and evidences.
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Source: Fonny Clown Media