OYSCOHEST Acting Provost Sues For Dedicated, Peaceful And Transparent Leaderhip As New S.U.G. Executive Council Members Elected
Tuesday July 11, 2023
As new Executive Council members of the College’s Students’ Union Government emerged through a peaceful and transparent delegates’ election by the students, the Acting Provost of Oyo State College of Health Science and Technology, Eleyele, Ibadan, Pharmacist Oluyemisi Oyewo has advised the new President Comrade Tolase Damilare Fadare to run a committed, transparent, peaceful and all inclusive administration with a view to paving way for the welfare of the students.
The Acting Provost gave the admonition while receiving the newly elected student leaders who were led to her office by the Students’ Affairs Officer, Mr Amos Taiwo Ojewale.
Mrs Oluyemisi Oyewo charged the newly elected S.U.G. Executive Council members to be united and sustain the prevailing peace on the College campus.
The OYSCOHEST boss expressed her delight over the peaceful and transparent conduct of the election.
Speaking earlier , the College Students’ Affairs Officer, Mr Amos Ojewale told the Provost that only the posts of President and Vice President were contested while all the other contestants for all the other positions were returned unopposed.
The SAO commended the College Management for taking students welfare serious with the provision of basic amenities and conducive learning environment.
The official introduction of the new S.U.G. Executive members was witnessed by the College Principal Officers including the Acting Registrar, Mrs Oladupe Ayoola, the Acting College Librarian, Mr Kayode Akinsoji, the Director of Works, Engineer Ayokunmi Ojerinde, and the Acting Bursar, Mrs Adeola Olanase.
In his acceptance speech, the new S.U.G. President, Comrade Tolase Fadare promised to pursue welfare packages for the students and bridge any gap between the Students and the Management. .
The President Comrade Tolase Fadare of the Department of Oral Health Sciences scored 101 votes to beat his rival, Rosemary Olatukesi of the Department of Public Health Nursing who polled 26 votes.
Comrade Mariam Omolara Oladiti of the Department of Community Health scored 98 votes to emerge the new Vice President having defeated her opponent, Kakanfo Sauban who scored votes.
The election was impressively peacefully conducted in a well secured environment.