OYSCATECH Rectorship Screening : Ibarapa Indigenes Salute Makinde, Commissioner, Governing Council For Transparency
The Council of Ibarapa Indigenes (CII) has commended Oyo state governor, Seyi Makinde, Oyo state commissioner for Education, science and Technology, Mr Olasunkanmi Olaleye and Chairman
Governing Gouncil, Oyo State College of Agriculture and Technology, Igbo-Ora,
Professor Lateef Sanni for their transparency manner towards selection a new rector of OYSCATECH so far.
In their statement, the indigenes pass a vote of confidence on the resolution of the Governing Council Of Oyo State College Of
agriculture And Technology (OYSCATECH), igboora on appointment of the new rector described the process as most fair and transparent.
The statement read :
RESOLUTION OF THE GOVERNING COUNCIL OF OYO STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY (OYSCATECH), IGBOORA ON APPOINTMENT OF THE NEW RECTOR – A SYMBOL OF INTEGRITY,TRANSPARENCY AND EQUITY.
We in the Council of Ibarapa Indigenes (CII), wishes to use this medium to appreciate the symbolic gesture of fairness, sincerity, justice, integrity and transparency, in their decisions
during the screening exercise for the prospective applicants into the post of Rector of OYSCATECH, Igbo-Ora. We had (earlier ) in a letter dated 27th January, 2021 throw our weight behind the governing council, by assuring the general public that we have confidence in the them.
We also appealed to his Excellency Engineer Oluseyi Abiodun Makinde, to help us sustain the pride of integrity, fairness and effectiveness (which his administration is known for) through the delegated assignment given to the council.
We will like to exonerate the apparent gesture of truthfulness, fairness, equal justice, unbiased and sustenance of integrity, as demonstrated by Professor Lateef Sanni’s led OYSCATECH governing council during the screening. We have no doubt once again in the caliber of Professor Sanni and his team, on the successful delivery of this herculean task given to them by the governor. For a man (who is an astute and high-profile academic icon) to be overseeing a mandate like this, we believe the governing council will give us the best of the best we have ever seen in the history of stewardship of the institution. Without mincing words, we are optimistic that the landmarks being laid by Professor Sanni and the rest of his team will add feathers as we eventually arrive at the emergence of the new rector of OYSCATECH Igbo-Ora.
This letter will be incomplete if we fail to acknowledge and appreciate the flexible gesture of openness, transparency, sportsmanship, accountability and professionalism demonstrated by the Honorable commissioner for Education, science and Technology, Mr Olasunkanmi Olaleye during the process as highly commendable.
We thank him for sustaining the ethics and doctrines of meritorious service to humanity, which Governor Seyi Makinde has always been preaching and implementing into his governance styles. We thank you for giving the OYSCATECH governing board an enabling environment, to sensitively rocketeer the selection process right from day one. We wish you all the best, and always shall we be proud of you.
To our distinguished governor Seyi Makinde, we thank you for hearkening to our voices, and for your undeniably superb, passionate, trust and confidence in the governing council of OYSCATECH and the rest of governing boards across our state owned institutions. We thank you for making us proud always, and we vow to remain an evangelist of the good work you are doing to take Oyo state to unimaginably greater heights. God bless you Sir!!!
While we await the final and official announcement of the next rector of OYSCATECH Igbo-Ora, we are optimistic of a new dawn, and versatile transformations in the institution, through the collective decision of the council and our dearest executive governor.
God bless Nigeria
God bless Oyo State
God bless Ibarapa
God bless our own- Governor Seyi Makinde
Adeyemo Adesina (Igboora)
Akintola Folakemi ( Eruwa)
Eniola Ayobami (Lanlate)
Olawoore Titilopemi (Idere)