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15 TASUED Graduates Get Automatic Employment In Ogun

Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun
has offered automatic employment to 15
graduates of the Tai Solarin University of
Education (TASUED), Ijagun.

Amosun made this known at the combined
Third, Fourth and Fifth Convocation
Ceremonies of the institution. Over 10, 000
students graduated at the ceremony on Friday.

The 2012/2013 Best Overall Graduating
Student, Mr. Adeniji K Kayode and 14 others
who excelled with First Class honours.
Amosun said TASUED has proven to be a great
citadel over its few years of existence.

“It is gratifying to note that in less than 10
years of being a full-fledged university, Tai
Solarin University of Education has become one
of Nigeria’s best universities, consistently
among universities at the top of the Nigerian
university League.

“Also, it has continued to be a pace setter and
trail blazer in the provision of qualified
teaching corps. This Institution has not
disappointed in its mandate of producing
successful graduates that have carved a niche
for themselves in their different endeavours
and continued to contribute their quota to the
socio- economic development of our great
nation,” the governor said.

He advised the graduates not to depend only
on their certificates, but rather develop their
intellect and horizon as well as equip
themselves with the knowledge and skills to
appropriate abundant opportunities that
abound in the nation.

He restated the commitment of his
administration to making education more
affordable.

“our administration reduced school fees in all
the ten state-owned higher institutions of
learning by as high as 60 percent in some
cases. The goal of this policy is to make
education more affordable to more people and
create a relief for all parents,” he said.


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