Members of the Old Students Association of the defunct Methodist Teachers Training College, Sagamu, Ogun State have called on the State government to rehabilitate the school’s structure and convert it to a vocational institution for job creation.
The Chairman of the Association Committee, Pastor Femi Ogundeko made this call during their reunion meeting after 40 years of their departure, held at the Methodist compound, Ijoku Sagamu, Ogun State.
Ogundeko prayed the State government not to allow the school structure and facilities become wasteful, noting that the association would partner with the present administration to establish a Vocational Institution in Sagamu by using the old Teachers Training college.
According to him, the association believes in humanity services, in provision of variants and meaningful service to the people, stressing that they were ready to give back to the society through Alma-matar.
In his response, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Technical Education, Prof. Joseph Odemuyiwa applauded the old students’ of Methodist Teachers Training College (1980 set) for not abandoning their root, saying that they should not relent on their efforts in affecting more lives positively in their deeds.
Odemuyiwa further noted that government needs their collaboration, especially in the education sector to keep learning alive.
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