LAUTECH Crisis, Makinde, Oyetola Needs Peaceful Resolution – Mogaji Adegoke
An Ibadan Chieftain, Mogaji Chief Adegboyega Adegoke has suggested a peaceful coexistent meeting for Oyo, Osun State governors, Seyi Makinde and Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola with the governing council and management
of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), said such a joint meeting will proffer a lasting solutions and provide a way forward for the smooth running of the state owned school.
Adegoke, who is the Mogaji of Abose compound in Olubadan traditional lineage who is the
the Executive Director Finance and Chief Financial Officer of OES Energy Services explained that in order to create a lasting solution to the problem of the jointly owned school as regards to the ownership and funding crisis rocking the school, that “If both governors, the governing council and management team meet, they will be able to dissect the problem properly and jointly proffer solutions on the way forward.
He stressed that, the gesture would go a long way in finding lasting solution to the recurrent crisis that has been rocking the institution since the creation of Osun State from the old Oyo State. He maintained that peaceful accord would also be a demonstration that the two leaders are capable and living up to the demands of their offices.
It could be recalled that joint ownership and financial contributions of both states have been generating controversies since the time of former Governors Adebayo Alao-Akala of Oyo and Olagunsoye Oyinlola of Osun.