Jubilation in Osun State, As ‎Aregbesola ‘Writes’ Resignation Letter

By Post Nigeria August 10, 2016 11:07

Jubilation in Osun State, As ‎Aregbesola ‘Writes’ Resignation Letter

Following the outcome of the 2016 May/June West African Examination Council, WAEC, results released recently, which poorly ranked Osun State, the Civil Society Coalition for the Emancipation of Osun State, CSCEOS, has called on Governor Rauf Aregbesola, to tender his resignation with immediate effect.

The group in a statement, signed by Comrade Adeniyi Sulaiman, decried that the mass failure of students in the WAEC result, was an outcome of the bad policies of the Aregbesola ‎administration on education, noting that since his emergence, the educational system in the State, has been destroyed beyond comprehension.

Post-Nigeria, gathered that the call is coming at a time when Aregbesola, had been rated the worst performing Governor in Nigeria, since 1999.

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According to the group, despite the billions of Naira Aregbesola had claimed to have spent on ‘Opon-Imo’, O-School Uniforms, construction of buildings, among several others, the State came last in the WAEC, among its peer in the South-West, and 29th out of 36 States of the federation.

The statement reads: ‎”It means, all the billions of naira Aregbesola said he spent on education was a ruse, and that the said system of education of 4-5-3 his government embarked upon, was illogical.

“It is clear that all the acclaimed efforts of Aregbesola in the educational sector of the State, were embarked upon to enrich himself and his family members, with their political associates.

“The Governor whose ego is unequal to others, should cover his face in shame with this result, and it is clear that Osun people need a competent and capable hand to take the State out of the present doldrums, being put her to by Aregbesola’s government.

“We wondered how many future generations of Osun people that Aregbesola and his government has destroyed by this woeful performance of our dear innocent children”.

The group also lamented that Aregbesola, was still owing teachers in public schools their monthly salaries for a period of 8 months, adding that, there was no professional training organised for the affected teachers.

Following the intense criticisms against his Government, Post-Nigeria, gathered that Aregbesola, is currently under pressure to tender his resignation.

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