Although its staff owes 60 months of salaries, the Tai Solarin College of Education in Omu, Ijebu area, in the State of Ogun, says that it has begun the implementation of degree programs for university students in Education, with the aim to produce 21st century education specialists, which in turn contribute to national development.
Latest Nigeria newspaper report that university staff, one of whom sank and died in the Ososa River, He had accused Governor Dapo Abiodun of “breaking his promises to pay salary arrears in installments.
The Rector of the College, Dr. Adeola Kiadese, while presenting the Institution’s budget performance for 2019 before the members of the Chamber of Education, Science and Technology Committee of the Ogun State Assembly, led by HE. Adeyemi Ademuyiwa, at the Assembly Complex, Oke-Mosan, said the university would begin granting degree certificates.
Kiadese reported that, in an attempt to boost the Institution’s self-sustaining power, it had registered to consult services to facilitate human capacity programs through the training and guidance of teachers in government primary and secondary schools in the State.
Latest Nigeria newspaper report that he said, was possible after TASCE’s collaboration with Olabisi Onabanjo University, to execute a degree affiliation program and other commercial companies to boost the university’s revenue generation.
The Provost, who praised the Gov Abiodun and the leadership of the Assembly for their intervention to restore normalcy and academic activities in the Institution, thanked the state government for the constant payment of subsidies to tertiary institutions in the State, with a call the increase in the support to compensate part of the outstanding arrears owed to its staff members.
Latest Nigeria newspaper report that In his comment, HE. Adeyemi praised the Institution’s ingenuity to boost its revenue boost and advised them to develop more measures to promote the provision of quality services to complement the government’s efforts to reposition the State’s education sector.