By Bankole Taiwo, Abeokuta
Prof Kamarudeen Balogun, Chairman, visitation panel set up by Ogun state government to look into the crisis that had engulfed Tai Solarin College of Education (TASCE) Omu Ijebu,for the past six years has assured of the committee’s commitment to proffer lasting solution towards smooth administration of the institution.
Professor Kamarudeen Balogun, according to statement made available to newsmen by Senior Special Assistant to the governor on New Media, Emmanuel Ojo, gave this assurance shortly after meeting with the state governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun.
The meeting, held in Abeokuta, reviewed the activities of the Committee charged with resolving the crisis confronting the institution.
“The Governor is very anxious to know how far we’ve gone, he wanted to know what are the things government needs to put in place to fast-track our findings and make adequate recommendations, so that normalcy can return to the institution”, he said.
Balogun disclosed that the committee has highlighted some road maps which would help the institution regain its enviable position.
He added that part of the steps highlighted would allow stakeholders and the committee to fast track the process, so that the students could go back to class.
Also speaking, the Provost of the Institution, Dr. Adeola Kiadese, expressed optimism that the panel would come up with quality recommendations that would assist government in resolving the crisis.