NAMS STEWARDSHIP ACCOUNT FOR 2019/2020 ACADEMIC SESSION

Nearly all man can stand adversity, but if you want to test the true nature of a man, give him power;
With this I give all glory and adoration to God Almighty, the Master Planner and Protector of the universe, the creator of mankind and designer of my Faith.
Abraham Lincoln said and I quote No man is good enough to govern another man without others consent, on that I want to seize this medium to appreciate the entire students of Marketing Department for your support during My administration, and giving me the mandate to serve as the President of NAMS 19/20 academic session.
I appreciate all my Executives and Legislatives Members for their support and backups in serving the association and representing the Department at large, I must commend YOU ALL, YOU’RE THE BEST.
My profound gratitude goes to my HOD in person of Mr E.O. OMOARE For his Fatherly support, advise and love shown to this Association, also the staff Advisers of the department Mr Chucks N., MR Opeoluwa and the Examinations Officer in person of Mr Akinremi B., The Dean of SBMS Mr Adegbite For your fatherly advise and also My Legal staff adviser in person of Mr Erinle A. O. for your mentorship always, I pray may God Almighty in his infinite mercy showers His blessings endlessly upon you all.
My profound gratitude goes to my Family who have been the bedrock of my success, I pray you will all eat the fruit of your labor.
With the support of people listed above the 2019/2020 administration of NAMS led by Hon. Comr. RF Ojo Ezekiel Owolabi were able to achieve the followings;
👉 A befitting orientation program
👉 Opening Association account with the school Bank
👉 Fun filled fresher’s night
👉 Proper and quality representation of students within and outside the Institute
👉 Renovation of the association signboard
👉 Providing a 3 in 1 Printer for the department
👉 Proper handling over power
I Hon. Comr. RF Ojo Ezekiel Owolabi will leave you all with Late MKO ABIOLA sayings ‘After rains comes sunshine, after darkness comes the beautiful new dawn, there’s no sorrow without the alloy of joy, and there’s no joy without the admixture of sorrow, behind the ugly mask of misfortune lies the beautiful soothing countenance of prosperity, so tear the mask’. but I’m leaving you in the hands of a competent Set of Executives 2020/2021 led by Comrade Adeola Olatanwa.
ALUTA CONTINUA!! VICTORIA ARCERTA!!

Comr Ayinde Saheed Olaitan send His congratulatory message to the Rector and Management Staff

JAMB COMPENSATION AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF OGITECH AS THE MOST COMPLIANT INSTITUTION IN KEEPING TO GUIDELINES OF ADMISSIONS; A WELL DESERVED ONE

I happily woke up to the news of my Alma Mata making waves in the cyber space regarding the merited “Most Compliant Institution in Keeping To the Guidelines Of Admissions” by The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) thus gaining the recognition and position it duly deserved as the top 5 performing institutions.

This outstanding feat is noteworthy and highly commendable as it shows that Ogitech is a pace setter amongst the league of other institutions in Nigeria. Without an iota of doubt, this enviable achievement was borne out of the painstaking and diligent efforts of the school management in ensuring that Ogitech is highly placed amongst other institutions Nigeria in terms of groundbreaking achievements.

On this note, I want to commend, and appreciate Our Rector, our Mother and our Mentor ENGR.DR. (MRS) AKINKUROLERE, OLUFUNKE OLANIKE for her visionary leadership in directing and guiding the affairs of the school management which manifested the myriads of achievement hitherto unreached. I pray your tenure as the Rector will continue to birth more achievements.

CONGRATULATIONS OGITITES

Ayinde Saheed Olaitan
A concerned Student

OGITITES Protests over student loss, highlights demands

Tuesday 3rd November, 2020 report of an ND1 student; Yusuf Malik popularly known as Omotty who lost his life over a reckless ride by a motorcyclist was sent to us. Report says; Yusuf just finished his exams when the incident happened in front of the school. It’s been circulated by eye witnesses that there was negligence on the part of school’s clinic staff stating that yusuf was rushed to the school clinic, but was being asked of some payment receipts instead of being attended to immediately.
However, the sad occurrence angered the students hence embarked on a peaceful protest. The students had taken it upon themselves to demand what is due and should long be demanded for through this protest. They are in no doubt things that should be available in a higher institution and in the community at large.

To mention few of the demands are;

  • Provision of functional, equipped and advanced health care system
  • Compensation to the deceased family
  • Scrapping of some fees and consideration on others
  • Creation of parking space outside the school gate and provision of school shuttle.

In a broadcast on whatsapp, the list seem unending and ridiculous but definitely the dream educational environment/system an average student wished for.

Different bodies and media had taken interest in the incident not leaving behind the Alumni of the Institution. Various people expressed their grievances over poor condition of the school clinic, negligence of the health staff in the school and the community at large.

The student Union Government in a broadcast also extended her condolence but yet to give response on the action taken to stop this in future and to the student’s demand.

Comr Rvee Dot cries out that students are being rushed as he pour out his total displeasure to the forthcoming second semester examination for the ND I students

Do what is right not what is easy nor what is popular

 

_Roy T. Bennett_

 

The deliberate efforts to affect our education has rolled over the finalist and about to pounce on our ND I Students.

We must have stayed quiet because of the fact that the HND II Students are due for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) and the ND II Students have gathered enough experience to push them through to the next phase of life, but this injustice against our ND I Students is intolerable.

 

The ND I Students are still fresh in campus and yet they have no experience of there course of study neither of school life. It is agreeable that the ND I stage is the foundational class for any Student in the polytechnic.

 

According to Gordon B Hinckley analysis on foundation

 

_You can’t build a great building on a weak foundation. You must have a solid foundation if you are going to have a strong super structure_

 

Can we afford a faulty foundation for these students just because of the pandemic?

 

Can we decide to jeopardize the future of these young scholars in the name of COVID-19 and OGITECH having a fast system?

 

 

The ND I Students just finished there first semester exams not up to two weeks ago and we expect them to march into the examination hall to participate in the second semester examination with the second semester courses they don’t even have remarkable knowledge on?

 

 

With the online class that wasn’t well attended by Students?

 

On what ground is the management trying to rush these students even amidst the unsecure situation of the states?

 

As a result of the ongoing END SARS protests across all state which leave everyone in a state of unrest. Alot of students would find it difficult to come around because magnanimous number of this students had traveled and left igbesa when they finished there first semester.

 

As expected, the security and safety of our students ought to supers the Institute fast academic system and calendar so why is that not put into consideration?

 

These students needs time to work on themselves by participating in tutorials, revision amongst peers and group reading to meet up with the course outline of there department individually.

 

Let’s not forget that all fingers are not equal, we have the genius that learn fast and can assimilate a whole text book within minutes also do we have the slow learner’s that’s takes time to learn new things. The timing is just too early for these students that engage in 12 courses and below. All these should be put into consideration by an institution that cares about her students welfarism.

 

 

 

The students union are doing there best but now is when the students needs both the union and other departmental leaders more to break the silence and be the voice of there Students *as the second semester examination scheduled to hold on 26th Of October 2020 for the ND I students should be duly postpone.*

 

I expected the students leaders of our beloved students to have look into the issue of the scheduled second semester examination date for the ND I but even uptil now silence is what I get as response.

 

Is it that we had actually handed over our offices or we had stopped being the leader the students do regard us as?

 

_I use the word we, because no one is excluded as long as we all are still holding a portfolio in the institute and our sole responsibility is to represent our students well_

 

Desires dictate our priorities, priorities shape our choices, and choices determine our actions.

 

Dallin H. Oaks

 

Let us stop seating on the fence as the students anticipate our instantaneous interference to the matter with urgency and I believe it’s going to be in favor of our students.

 

Viva Aluta💪💪

 

Comr Abdullahi Adedotun. O is my name

 

Pka 

_Rvee Dot_

_Oshatiri Skimpete_

HND 2 crys out for physical revision before examination

  1. HND2 student complain about the proposed day for their examination pleading that the school management needs to give them more time to study considering their final examination which may drop their cgpa.

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The examination which is to commence 30th September, they request for physical revision of two weeks or a month before exam to prepare them been their final exam and can drop their cgpa which cannot be changed.
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Most students claim they are not prepared due to fund, explaining further that they could not afford three square meal during the lockdown neither could they buy data for there phones. Some do not even have a browsing phone to access the online lectures
Some said they don’t understand how the online lecture goes aswell as electricity is not encouraging in their various area and therefore plead for more weeks to be prepare well.

SPECIAL REPORT: NAOSS OGITECH CHAPTER

As received by NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF OGUN STATE STUDENTS (NAOSS) OGITECH CHAPTER ABOUT THE ONGOING ONLINE LECTURE,
DAY 1 LECTURE DELIVERED BY COMRADE JESUTOFUNMI COLLINS (NAOSS NATIONAL WELFARE DIRECTOR) ON BEHALF OF COMRADE OGUNROMBI GBEMILEKE PKA O’LEKE(NAOSS NATIONAL PRESIDENT)
DATE:24TH JULY 2020
TOPIC: SURVIVING AMIDST DEPRESSION

DEPRESSION
A Global Public Health Concern;
Depression is a significant contributor to the global burden of disease and affects people in all communities across the world. Today, depression is estimated to affect 350 million people. The World Mental Health Survey conducted in 17 countries found that on average about 1 in 20 people reported having an episode of depression in the previous year. Depressive disorders often start at a young age; they reduce people’s functioning and often are recurring. For these reasons, depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide in terms of total years lost due to disability. The demand for curbing depression and other mental health conditions is on the rise globally. A recent World Health Assembly called on the World Health Organization and its member states to take action in this direction (WHO, 2012).

What is depression?
Depression is a common mental disorder that presents with depressed mood, loss of interest or
pleasure, decreased energy, feelings of guilt or low self-worth, disturbed sleep or appetite, and poor concentration. Moreover, depression often comes with symptoms of anxiety. These problems can become chronic or recurrent and lead to substantial impairments in an individual’s ability to take care of his or her everyday responsibilities. At its worst,
depression can lead to suicide. Almost 1 million lives are lost yearly due to suicide, which translates to 3000 suicide deaths every day. For every person who completes a suicide, 20 or more may attempt to end his or her life (WHO, 2012).
There are multiple variations of depression that a person can suffer from, with the most general distinction being depression in people who have or do not have a history of manic episodes.

DEPRESSION
A Global Public Health Concern

Depression is a significant contributor to the global burden of disease and affects people in all communities across the world. Today, depression is estimated to affect 350 million people.

The World Mental
Health Survey conducted in 17 countries found that on average about 1 in 20 people reported having an episode of depression in the previous year. Depressive disorders often start at a young age; they reduce people’s functioning and often are recurring. For these reasons, depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide in terms of total years lost due to
disability. The demand for curbing depression and other mental health conditions is on the rise globally. A recent World Health Assembly called on the World Health Organization and its member states to take action in this direction (WHO, 2012).

What is depression?
Depression is a common mental disorder that presents with depressed mood, loss of interest or
pleasure, decreased energy, feelings of guilt or low self-worth, disturbed sleep or appetite, and poor concentration. Moreover, depression often comes with symptoms of anxiety. These problems can become chronic or recurrent and lead to substantial impairments in an individual’s ability to take care of his or her everyday responsibilities. At its worst, depression can lead to suicide. Almost 1 million lives are lost yearly due to suicide, which translates to 3000 suicide deaths every day. For every person who completes a suicide, 20 or more may attempt to
end his or her life (WHO, 2012). There are multiple variations of depression that a person can suffer from, with the most general distinction being depression in people who have or do not have a history of manic episodes. The WHO Intervention Guide, preferable
treatment options consist of basic psycho social support combined with antidepressant or psychotherapy, such as cognitive behavior therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy or problem-solving treatment. Antidepressant medications and brief,structured forms of psychotherapy are effective. Antidepressants can be a very effective form of treatment for moderate-severe depression but are not the first line of treatment for cases of mild or sub-threshold depression. As an adjunct to care by specialists or in primary health care, self-help is an important approach to help people with depression outcomes for people with depression and anxiety disorders. The intervention consisted of case management and psycho social interventions led by a trained lay health counselor, as well as supervision by a mental health specialist and medication from a primary care physician. The trial found that patients in the intervention group were more likely to have recovered at 6 months than patients in the control group, and therefore that an intervention by a trained lay counselor can lead to an improvement in recovery from depression (Patel et al, 2010).
Despite the known effectiveness of treatment for depression, the majority of people in need do not receive it. Where data is available, this is glob￾ally fewer than 50%, but fewer than 30% for most regions and even less than 10% in some countries.
Barriers to effective care include the lack of resources, lack of trained providers, and socialist stigma associated with mental disorders.

Reducing the burden of depression
While the global burden of depression poses a substantial public health challenge, both at the social and economic levels as well as the clinical level, there are a number of well-defined and evidence￾based strategies that can effectively address or combat this burden. For common mental disorders such as depression being managed in primary care settings, the key interventions are treatment with generic antidepressant drugs and brief psychotherapy. Economic analysis has indicated that treating depression in primary care is feasible, affordable and cost-effective.

The prevention of depression is an area that deserves attention. Many prevention programs implemented across the lifespan have provided evidence on the reduction of elevated levels of depressive symptoms. Effective community approaches to prevent depression focus on several actions surrounding the strengthening of protective factors and the reduction
of risk factors. Examples of strengthening protective factors include school-based program targeting cognitive, problem-solving and social skills of children. Adolescents as well as exercise programs for the elderly. Interventions for parents of children with conduct problems aimed at improving parental psycho social well-being by information provision and by training in behavioral childbearing strategies may reduce parental depressive symptoms, with improvements in children’s outcomes.

Conclusion
Depression is a mental disorder that is pervasive in the world and affects us all. Unlike many large￾scale international problems, a solution for depression is at hand. Efficacious and cost-effective treatments are available to improve the health and the lives of the millions of people around the world suffering from depression. On an individual, community, and national level, it is time to educate ourselves about depression and support those who are suffering from this mental disorder.

FACT SHEET
Depression around the World
Who gets depression varies considerably across the populations of the world. Lifetime prevalence rates range from approximately 3 percent in Japan to 16.9 percent in the United States, with most countries falling somewhere between 8 to 12 percent.

(1) The lack of standard diagnostic screening criteria makes it difficult to compare depression rates cross-nation.In addition, cultural differences and different risk factors affect the expression of the disorder.
2.We do know that the symptoms of depression can be identified in all cultures.
3. There are certain risk factors that make some more likely to get depression than others.
4. Economic disadvantages, that is, poverty.
5. Social disadvantages, such as low education.
6. Genetics If you have someone in your immediate￾ family with the disorder, you are two to three times more likely to develop depression at some point in your life.
•7.Exposure to violence.
•8.Being separated or divorced, in most countries,especially for men.
•9. Other chronic illness.

Getting Help, Worldwide
There are many possible treatments for depression; and equally, if not more, barriers to getting treatment. Fewer than 25 percent of people across the world have access to treatments for depression. L

10.The World Health Organization recently studied what it calls the “treatment gaps” in mental health care and found that worldwide, the median rate for untreated depression is approximately 50 percent.

11. In some countries, fewer than 10% of people with depression receive any treatment.

Living with Depression

Living with depression, especially if it is chronic or recurring, can make you feel exhausted, over￾whelmed and helpless. These feelings can often make you want to give up. Recognizing that these negative thoughts are part of your depression is one step toward recovery. It is important to take good care of yourself throughout your treatment. This can be hardest in the beginning, especially before your treatment begins to work.

Taking Care of Yourself

Depression is real. It is an illness of the brain that usually requires some form of treatment. It is important for you to recognize this, to take the illness seriously, and to take good care of yourself.

Depression can make even the simplest parts of daily living very difficult. If possible, there are some things you can do to make yourself feel better, even
if only slightly. Your health care practitioner may make some of these suggestions as well.

• Consider some form of exercise daily. Exercise is good for both physical and mental health.
Establishing a regular exercise routine will help maintain a healthy weight and reduce stress

• levels, important for someone with depression.

• Try to eat a healthy balanced diet every day. A healthy diet, which includes whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, protein, and is low in fat, will help keep your body healthy.

• There are many relaxation techniques to lower your stress, including meditation and deep breathing, which can help with depression. These techniques, widely used around the world, are a low-cost way to lower stress.

• Maintain healthy sleep habits, as much as possible. Set up a regular routine for bedtime and
morning to be sure you are getting enough sleep, but not too much sleep.

• Avoid and reduce stress. Stress, both at work and home, can increase your feelings o depression. It is important to avoid stress in your daily life.

• Keep your working hours predictable and manageable. Openly communicate with family members and loved ones about what is going on in your life to foster better relationships and elicit their support.

• Limit or curtail alcohol or substance use or abuse. Use of these substances may worsen your symptoms of depression or interfere with your prescribed medications.

• Create a daily routine. Organizing and planning your day will help to manage the many daily life
tasks that you have to do. Create and maintain a monthly calendar.

• Be patient with yourself. For someone with depression, even the smallest tasks can seem impossible.Seeking Support

A network of family and friends can make all the difference for someone with depression. Seek out friends and family, as well as local organizations, for help in taking care of you.
Friends and Family
Family members and close friends can be a significant source of support for you in coping with your depression.

• They can make you feel like you are not alone.

• They can listen to you.

• They can help you to find resources and learn all
you can about depression.

• They can help you maintain a healthy lifestyle
every day.

• They can help you stick to your treatment plan.

Seek out friends who will stick by you and help you through tough times. Ask them for specific help with daily routines, such as getting to therapy, exercising with you and encouraging you to take good care of
yourself.

Peer Groups Support

Peer support groups or group meetings with other people with depression, can be helpful for some people. These groups, especially when well run and organized, provide insight into day-to-day coping with the disorder.

Research has shown these groups to be helpful in particular areas, such as providing support,
helping participants cope with problems and crises, and enabling participants to stick to treatment plans.

However, a recent systematic review found that more research is needed to fully understand and evaluate what conditions make these groups effective. Currently most preexistence-to-peer communities have been evaluated only in conjunction with additional interventions and interactions with health￾care professionals that coincide with participation in
support groups.

To locate a peer support group in your community,
consult referral hotlines of professional organizations, including your state, regional or provincial mental health association. Another possibility is a peer support group on the Internet. Currently, there are multiple organizations running these groups, reaching across the world. There is limited amount of research on the quality of these support groups and their impact on the symptoms of depression.

Nonetheless, depending upon where you live, it may be worthwhile investigating whether an online support group could be helpful for you. As with any online service, please executioner when considering it and spend some time researching the organization and the kind of support group they are running. This could include corresponding with the organization and asking them how they determine who can participate in the group and how they monitor the group. Or talk to your healthcare provider or another depression organization to see if they have heard about this group. Finally, another possibility is to ask to talk with or correspond with someone
who has participated in the support group. Although peer support groups are not for everyone, participation may make you feel less isolated and alone, and provide you with an opportunity to see how others with the disorder are successfully managing their lives. They also offer structured activities to cope with your illness.

Nonetheless, depending upon where you live, it may be worthwhile investigating whether an online support group could be helpful for you. As with any online service, please exercise caution when considering it and spend some time researching the organization and the kind of support group they are running. This could include corresponding with the organization and asking them how they determine who can participate in the group and how they monitor group. Or talk to your healthcare provider or another depression organization to see if they have heard about this group. Finally, another possibility is to ask to talk with or correspond with someone who has participated in the support group. Although peer support groups are not for everyone, participation may make you feel less isolated and alone, and provide you with opportunity to see how others with the disorder are successfully managing their
lives. They also offer structured activities to cope with your illness.

Mental Health Organizations
Many local community organizations, together with national organizations, can help by providing information and resources on many issues, from finding mental health service providers to resolving insurance matters or employment issues. See the Resources section at the end of this document for local organizations.

Recovery

In many places around the world, mostly developed nations, there has been increasing emphasis on recovery and active illness management for people with mental disorders, including depression. Born out of substance abuse and addiction programs, the
recovery model emphasizes the following:

Finding hope;

• Personal empowerment in your own treatment
and wellness;

• Expanding your knowledge about your illness
and its treatments;

• Establishing support networks and seeking
inclusion;

• Developing and refining coping strategies;

• Creating a secure home base;

• Defining a sense of meaning for your life.
Some have pointed to two different models of recovery, one developed by practitioners, the other by patients/mental health consumers. Both, however, involve these three points:

(1) Each person’s path to
recovery is unique;

(2) Recovery is a process, not an
end point; and

(3) Recovery is an active process, in which the individual takes responsibility for the out￾come, with success depending primarily on collaboration with helpful friends, family, the community and professional supports.
There are hundreds of recovery-based resources across the world.

In the United States, one such pro￾gram is the Wellness Recovery Action Plan, which recommends five actions for recovery:

1) Believe in yourself and your recovery.

2) Take personal responsibility.

3) Educate yourself.

4) Stand up for yourself.

5) Learn how to both receive and give support.

Summary
Living with depression can be difficult.

You will need a lot of support to maintain a healthy lifestyle and stick to your treatment.

Family members and
close friends can play critical roles in your treatment plan. Peer support groups and mental health organizations may also be sources of support for coping with depression.

There is a growing emphasis on a recovery model across the world that involves empowering people with mental illness to take charge of their own illness, their treatment and their lives.

We have come to the end of the lecture
I really appreciate the honor given to me to deliver the lecture of behalf of the National President in person of COMRADE OGUNROMBI GBEMILEKE O’LEKE my Capacity President.
GOD bless you all
OMO OGUN!!!!!

OPEN LETTER TO RT. HON. BANKOLE ABDULMALEEK SPC SPEAKER BY NAMS PRESIDENT

It is with a sense of urgency that on behalf of the bothered students of OGITECH, I hereby implore the STUDENTS PARLIAMENTARY COUNCIL RT.HON SPEAKER to intervene on the matter arising…

Practically, we left with only few months from now to complete the business that took us in to office.

We As a students union our charitable aims and objectives are underpinned by democracy and we, as a Union, wholeheartedly believe that democracy is at the core of a successful government.

Mr speaker Sir, I want you to know that “the house that stand against itself will not prosper”, you need to solidify your team and carry all your executives along in these matters at hand, concerning the ONLINE CBT,

With no doubt sir, We are already experiencing a global leaning crisis, as many students are at home and likewise stranded in school.

The fees attached are outrageous and came at a short notice. The fact is that majority can’t afford such fees especially with the present economic challenges.

Some students might seek other negative alternatives as a result of the this economy. There are some students who are Sponsoring themselves.

Most parents are struggling hard to earn at this trying time and these will do nothing but inflict pain and hardship. We seriously desire that this online CBT platform should be looked into.

Mr speaker Sir,
I direct this open-letter to you because ‘to whom much is given much is expected’.

Yours Sincerely,
Sen. Comr. Ojo Ezekiel Owolabi (pka) Omoba
The Aluta Gentle
NAMS PRESIDENT

Student calls out Ogun state government via letter

An OGITITE who happened to be speaker of the Association of Mass Communication Students (AMACOS); Rt.Hon Afolabi Emmanuel has put to writing an open letter to the government of Ogun state.

This he made public by submitting to us for publication. The letter reads;

Your Excellency sir,

I will like to commend your tremendous efforts toward the achievements so far in office. I cannot but say thank you for Sir.

I write with great mirth, embedded with consciousness and bearing in mind, the rear privilege it bestowed on me.

Primo, I will like to once again painstakingly commend the great achievements your government has so far birthed; this of course is a precursor to the greater things to be accomplished.
Your excellency, beyond sentiments, Ogun state is fast departing from past shenanigans of projects without human faces.

While your actions so far are commendable sir, there are still many areas that are so vital to human life’s which I will like your government to improve on.

They are:
1. Bad roads
2. Insecurities
3. Unemployment
4. Good health facilities

1. Bad roads: Sir, there is no need for rhetoric’s when discussions about the bad state of many roads in the state come to fore.
The state of our roads has become a night mare to the entire citizens of Ogun state. Many roads are no longer motorable and are crying for repair.
The condition of this roads has brought about many negative changes like, increase in transportation fare, damaging of cars, constant accident, fighting among road users to Lane and lots more.

Your Excellency Sir, I had tears running down my eyes and my feet shivering with fear because we are now in the rainy season. I am certain that many citizens in affected areas are also sad that their problem is going to be aggravated with the rainy season already here.

Many of this roads which are only sand filled by the citizens themselves will be destroyed by massive erosion and then become a flash point for armed robbery and accident.

Funnily enough, most of the affected roads; Agbado, Oke aro, Ijoko, Matogun, Lambe, Lusada, Atan, Agbara, Igbesa are of untold economy importance to the State.

2 . Insecurities: I know it is not easy with dealing with insecurities.
To be feeling vulnerable, unsafe and unable to find comfort in anything, it can take a huge toll on you, mentally, physically but mostly emotionally. I know you just can’t seem to stop worrying about what people may say behind you. No matter how hard you work hard and try, it is never enough.
It is not that security in the state is that bad but definitely, there is room for improvement and that is what the people seek.

3. Unemployment: Sir, I also commend your efforts about the issue of unemployment in the state, but it is still enough sir. There is need for more job opportunities for our teeming youths and a foresight mechanism that can take care of upcoming graduates.

4. Health Facilities: Covid 19 has really exposed the health sector of the State and the Nation at large. It really shows that our hospital are not well equipped. Sir, we need an improvement in the health sector and which you have been doing.

Finally, I humbly plead that you use your God given position, backed by the votes of the Ogun State people to ensure that you create job opportunities, adequate securities, good health facilities, re construction of bad roads and construction of new one.

Thank you sir!

Long live Ogun State!!!

SIGNED
Rt. Hon. Emmanuel Oluwatomisin Afolabi
Speaker, Mass Communication Department.

OGUN STATE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY IGBESA.

E-MAIL: afolabiemmanuel27@gmail.com
TEL NO: 08131194469

As received from Rt.Hon Afolabi Emmanuel (AMACOS Speaker)

Your Excellency sir,

I will like to commend your tremendous efforts toward the achievements so far in office. I cannot but say thank you for Sir.

I write with great mirth, embedded with consciousness and bearing in mind, the rear privilege it bestowed on me.

Primo, I will like to once again painstakingly commend the great achievements your government has so far birthed; this of course is a precursor to the greater things to be accomplished.
Your excellency, beyond sentiments, Ogun state is fast departing from past shenanigans of projects without human faces.

While your actions so far are commendable sir, there are still many areas that are so vital to human life’s which I will like your government to improve on.

They are:
1. Bad roads
2. Insecurities
3. Unemployment
4. Good health facilities

1. Bad roads: Sir, there is no need for rhetoric’s when discussions about the bad state of many roads in the state come to fore.
The state of our roads has become a night mare to the entire citizens of Ogun state. Many roads are no longer motorable and are crying for repair.
The condition of this roads has brought about many negative changes like, increase in transportation fare, damaging of cars, constant accident, fighting among road users to Lane and lots more.

Your Excellency Sir, I had tears running down my eyes and my feet shivering with fear because we are now in the rainy season. I am certain that many citizens in affected areas are also sad that their problem is going to be aggravated with the rainy season already here.

Many of this roads which are only sand filled by the citizens themselves will be destroyed by massive erosion and then become a flash point for armed robbery and accident.

Funnily enough, most of the affected roads; Agbado, Oke aro, Ijoko, Matogun, Lambe, Lusada, Atan, Agbara, Igbesa are of untold economy importance to the State.

2 . Insecurities: I know it is not easy with dealing with insecurities.
To be feeling vulnerable, unsafe and unable to find comfort in anything, it can take a huge toll on you, mentally, physically but mostly emotionally. I know you just can’t seem to stop worrying about what people may say behind you. No matter how hard you work hard and try, it is never enough.
It is not that security in the state is that bad but definitely, there is room for improvement and that is what the people seek.

3. Unemployment: Sir, I also commend your efforts about the issue of unemployment in the state, but it is still enough sir. There is need for more job opportunities for our teeming youths and a foresight mechanism that can take care of upcoming graduates.

4. Health Facilities: Covid 19 has really exposed the health sector of the State and the Nation at large. It really shows that our hospital are not well equipped. Sir, we need an improvement in the health sector and which you have been doing.

Finally, I humbly plead that you use your God given position, backed by the votes of the Ogun State people to ensure that you create job opportunities, adequate securities, good health facilities, re construction of bad roads and construction of new one.

Thank you sir!

Long live Ogun State!!!

SIGNED
Rt. Hon. Emmanuel Oluwatomisin Afolabi
Speaker, Mass Communication Department.

OGUN STATE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY IGBESA.

E-MAIL: afolabiemmanuel27@gmail.com
TEL NO: 08131194469

Hacked school website retrieved

Just yesterday 27th May, 2020 it was reported that the school website www.ogitech.edu.ng was hacked by one acclaimed “Dayounghaxor” which caused panic and fear among students via the social media as some made mockery of the school’s website security system.

The School’s ICT department were definately not going to let this last long hence made everything possible to retrieve the website. We are glad to inform you that the school website is back.

Though there’s yet to be any information as regards who hacked the system or the hacker being caught. But by our personal speculation (subject to review); the hacker seem to have done this on other websites going by his profile on Facebook – Ola Ayibami (Dayounghaxor).

Different reasons for the malicious practice had been expressed by intellects on the media a user with the name Oluwatosin Oladipo on a WhatsApp group; OGITECH CHAT ROOM said;

“A Computer Hacker Can Be Traced
When a Trojan or a virus hits a PC, we get to know about its presence from the malfunctioning of the machine. But knowing just that is not sufficient. We need to know how it got there and most importantly who put it there. By finding the attacker in the same way that a victim is discovered, one can have a broader view of the picture and establish the steps that are required to be taken against an attacker.”

“By keeping patience in hunting clues the most persistent hacker can be found and stopped.”

We are once again certain that the School will find the hacker being a School of Technology driven with sustainability. Stay connected

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: The impeachment of the National Office Holders

OUR STAND

Ref:NAOSS/LAG/010

The National Association of Ondo State Students in Lagos State (NAOSS LAGOS), also known as THE LAGOS BROTHERS or LAGOS FAMILY has been a core part of The NAOSS National Body from time immemorial. Characterized by the uniqueness of ideas, cultural enthusiasm, educational vibrancy and dynamism; the Association has since its existence pledged her irreversible allegiance to the achievement of one strong NAOSS.

At this crucial hour that waves of disunity, insubordination, schism, feud and all sorts of unpalatable news are ravaging the National Body, we sincerely wish to make our stand on all these known to the entire NAOSSITES.

First, we have over the hours received summons from various arms of the National Body to decide an impeachment process either for or against the said call. However we remained committed to a very Strong and United NAOSS, we wish to let you know that all our available progressive minded senators and stakeholders are at present deliberating on the way forward. To this end, we urge you to kindly disregard any publication carrying the name of any Senator from any institution in Lagos State.

The institutions which include: Lagos State University, Ojo (LASU), University of Lagos, Akoka (Unilag), Yaba College of Technology, Yaba (YABATECH), Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu (LASPOTECH), Michael Otedola College of Primary Education, Epe (MOCPED), Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Ijanikin (AOCOED), Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka (FCET), Federal College of Marine Institution, Victoria Island (OCEANOGRAPHY), Nigeria French Language Village, Badagry (French Village), Ogun State Institute of Technology, Igbesa (Ogitech), National Open University (Lagos Study Center) amongst others; have not made any tangible decision as to whether to sign any petition or call for impeachment.

On the contrary, we call on the National leaders from both arms of the National Association (The Executive Arm and the Senate Arm) to kindly look for a way to settle rifts between them amicably. This administration has come too far to fail. We have come too far to start a ruinous war that will tear apart the NAOSS we have painstakingly laboured for.

In as much as we are committed to serving a united NAOSS, it will be impossible for us to support or affirm a decision that is harshly made from irrational situations nor the one made in retaliation.

We also use this medium to call on the National Body officials, both Senate and the Executive arms, including all stakeholders and the entire NAOSSITES to kindly intercede in this ravaging fire that is likely to quench the glorious flag of unity in the Association.

Aluta Continua, Victoria Ascerta!!

SIGNED:
Comr. Fasholu Gabriel Oluwatobi fondly called T’byte
Chairman, NAOSS LAGOS AXIS
07089242982

Comr. Ebenezer
General Secretary
NAOSS LAGOS
+2347036750857

Comr. Alex (F.C.E AKOKA)
Public Relations Officer
NAOSS LAGOS
+2348137010824

Cc: Special Adviser to Ondo State Governor on Youth & Sport
Cc: NANS Ondo Jcc Axis
Cc: The Senate Arm
Cc: The Executive Arm
Cc: Stakeholders
Cc: All Senators