Read this by
Rachael Mojirola Balogun
National Association Of Kogi State Students (NAKOSS NATIONAL).
Rumor has it that ASUU is set for another strike.
The sweet gist is Kogi state owned institutions won’t be part
And it saddens my heart to see Kogi state students schooling in Federal institutions home and away suffering from this prolonged academic calendar. NOT Again 🤦♀️
A Scholar once said that ‘If any country want to get it right in absolute development and consistent growth; minimum of 25% or more of the country’s annual budget must be dedicated to the Education Sector’
The good news is this, Kogi state Governor accorded 30% of the state budget to the education sector, which is 4% above that of UNESCO stipulation of 26%, for quality Education to be attained in any country.
Students are watching keenly; 2023 is closer than seen, WE WILL NOT HESITATE TO SUPPORT WHO SUPPORT THE SYSTEM THAT PROTECT OUR PROGRAMS.