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Ekiti Assembly passes bill to upgrade State College of Education to University

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The Ekiti House of Assembly on Tuesday passed a bill for the upgrade of the State College of Education to a University of Education, Science and Technology.
The bill was passed through unanimous resolution at Tuesday’s plenary in Ado-Ekiti presided over by the Speaker, Mr Funminiyi Afuye.
The passage of the bill followed the submission of the report of the House Committee on Education, Science and Technology headed by Mrs Kemi Balogun.
According to the report, read by Balogun, the Transitional Provision of Section 38 would give room for existing students of the College of Education Ikere-Ekiti after the effective date of this Law to complete their course of study as stipulated
The report after been ratified by the Committee of the Whole House was read by the Clerk of the House, Mr Tola Esan and unanimously passed.
The Executive bill was titled, “A Bill for a law to provide for the Establishment, Incorporation, Constitution, Powers and Functions of the University of Education, Science and Technology, Ikere-Ekiti and Other Matters Therewith. ”
In an interview with Assembly Correspondents, shortly after plenary the duo of the Speaker, Mr Funminiyi Afuye and Mr Tunde Idowu, Ikere Constituency, 2, APC thanked Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi and members for the initiative and speedy passage of the bill.
Afuye and Idowu, who hail from Ikere-Ekiti, in Ikere Local Government Area, assured that the new University of Education, Science and Technology would bring about social and economic development to Ikere-Ekiti, the state, Nigeria and the world at large.
Earlier, under Matters of Urgent Public Importance, Chief Gboyega Aribisogan, Ikole Constituency 1, APC called the attention of the House to the gradual extinction of the Yoruba Language.
He asked the House as a matter of advocacy and legislation save the Yoruba Language, which he described as the identity of Western Nigeria.
Also, Mr Adeyemi Ajibade, Moba Constituency 1, APC Under Matters of Urgent Public Importance, drew the attention of the House to non -availability of telecommunications network in Osun-Ekiti.
Ajibade called on the State Government to help prevail on the telecommunications network providers to extend their services to the community of over 30 thousand dwellers so that the people can access meaningful economic development.

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