ASCOEA provost, where are you?

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I write to call on the attention of the Aminu Saleh College of Education Azare, ASCOEA, provost to the worrying and very sympathetic dilemma of the college students, which require timely attention before the concerned students’ start thinking that they are being deprived of their academic privileges, giving birth to the absence of a sense of ownership.

Ma, a series of complaint letters have been written and tabled at your responsive official desk by the various unions of the institution about the incessant theft of the students’ possessions in the hostels, which is attributable to the total blackout of electricity in hostels caused by the disconnection of electricity in the institution by the Jos Electricity Distribution Company.

In addition, the college students’ have been lamenting, on top of their voices, the inadequate security personnel in the school who could be watchful of anything theft in the hostels and beyond. Sadly, nothing positive has been done to bring an end to their mind-stretching situation worthy of sympathy.

Attending to the students’ outcry is tantamount to avoiding the damage to the already installed, well-standard materials—in the lecture halls, especially, and the hostels—that cease to function as a result of the electricity disconnection. Therefore, meeting with JED Plc and reaching a win-win outcome is a possible solution to the plight of the college students’.

Even though, with your aid, powered solar systems have been provided in order to ameliorate the difficulty the students’ are experiencing, much more needs to be done to arrest the situation by reconnecting the college’s electricity. Therefore, having a roundtable discussion with the body concerned is of paramount importance for the benefit of the students and the lecturers.

I wish to remind you that, if meticulous actions are not timely taken, the college is at risk of losing candidates as a result of an unconducive learning environment as well as insecurity. Thus, enhancing teaching and learning should be prioritised.

Mallam Musbahu Magayaki,
Sabon Fegi, Azare, Bauchi state
[email protected]