NAOSS to honour Akeredolu as transition programme to elect new leadership begins
The National Association of Ondo State Students (NAOSS) says it will honour Gov. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State for regular payment of bursary for students of Ondo State origin.
This was contained in a statement made available to newsmen by the Chairman of the Transition Committee, Mayowa Akinleye, as part of its week-long Programme to mark its transition from the current executives to the next one.
It also noted that it would use the event to honour, posthumously, Founder of Synagogue Church, Prophet T.B Joshua and lawmaker that represented Akure North and Akure South at the house of representatives, Hon. Adedayo Omolafe.
Akinleye said the Ayoade kikiowo led administration of the association had mandated committee to lead a smooth and laudable transition into the next adminstration.
“Award of Excellence will be presented to governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu
for paying student bursaries at a time when resources were scarce and committing to ensure that Bursary payment to Ondo state students will be a continuous event.
“Other individuals that have been instrumental to the success of this NAOSS administration would be also be recognized and appreciated with awards,” the statement noted.
Other programmes lined up for the week long event include: unveiling of the Event’s logo, career roadshow, friendly match, among others.
The statement added, ” A national convention of student leaders across Nigeria as 15 student delegates from each state of the federation would convene on critical matters of leadership and participate in the sharing of experiences, ideas and skills that inspire and accelerate positive change in campus communities and beyond.
“This year’s event will include energetic presentations and educational workshops. Registration would open formally at midnight at the International Conference Center, The Dome. Alagbaka, Akure”.