NAPS APPLAUDS OGUN AGRIC COMMISSIONER ON ANCHOR ANCHOR BORROWERS PROJECT: 'EMBRACE SITTING OF PROJECT AT THE MAPOLY AS A DEVELOPMENTAL MOVE; CALL FOR INSTITUTIONS TO DONATE LANDED PROPERTY FOR CONTINUOUS BENEFIT. - AMEBO ONLINE NEWSPAPER

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NAPS APPLAUDS OGUN AGRIC COMMISSIONER ON ANCHOR ANCHOR BORROWERS PROJECT: 'EMBRACE SITTING OF PROJECT AT THE MAPOLY AS A DEVELOPMENTAL MOVE; CALL FOR INSTITUTIONS TO DONATE LANDED PROPERTY FOR CONTINUOUS BENEFIT.

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The National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPS) received the news of the Ogun State Government's CBN Anchor's Borrowers Project which is expected to be sited within some part of prestigious Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Ojere. Our association which has over 21million of members across various Polytechnics, Monotechnics and other Diploma awarding tertiary institutions in Nigeria, including the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Ojere area of utmost joy and desirous to have such a scheme  in the Polytechnic sector.

According to a press statement signed by  Comr. Ijaduoye Olasunkanmi 
National President, National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPS), "We applaud the Ogun State Government through the Honourable Commissioner of Agriculture, Dr. Adeola Odedina to the giant stride towards promoting the agricultural sector of the gateway state( Ogun state)."

"Our joy over the scheme, the CBN Anchors Borrowers Project is as a result of the visionary outlook which our association has given such project, and our introspective look has given a green result. The developing project is one with both direct and indirect benefit to Ogun state and the country's agricultural sector at large, and also, to the benefit of the teeming Nigeria students, most particularly, the Polytechnic students.


Consequently, the projects is marked by our association as a welcome development for the benefit accrued to it to the agricultural sector of the state, and mostly, the sitting of the present batch of  project at a Polytechnic such as the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Ogere."

NAPS appreciate Management of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic for giving room to the state ministry of Agriculture. We also call on other institution to give room for ministry to site the anchor borrower project in there institution.

We are thereby thankful to the Hon. Commissioner of Agriculture, Dr. Odedina who piloted development to the Polytechnic sector and most particularly, the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Ogere, Ogun state.

The project besides being one that will further add to the already flourishing brand of the Polytechnic, it will serve as advantage for students of the Polytechnic to tap from available knowledge in which the project will bring and also grants the opportunity for the students to key into such 'agric-prenuerial' project, most especially at this period when our country is in need of diversification which could only be achieved from the grassroot.

The project which we are expecting to commence soon at the MAPOLY will serve as an eye opener for the institution and bring about innovation, such as the establishment of agricultural courses which gives us a more balancing power with Universities in the struggle against B.sc/HND dichotomy, also, the project prepares the Polytechnic ahead, should in future further turned to university thus; serving as a wake up call for the Polytechnic in harnessing more on human capital resources and many more.

These progressive and developmental benefits has propelled us to shower encomium to the commissioner for looking towards such direction; 

Furthermore, while we expect that necessary activities which we gear up the commencement of the project, we urge the commissioner not to be distracted and to remain focus on this project and many more which we believe to come.

We also use this medium to categorically give our support where needed, towards ensuring the success of the project and any other developmental projects in the interest of the state and our students community.

The above for the interest of the state, students community and the Polytechnic sector.

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