Hon. (Amb) Ahmed Bolori has led the media team to Adankolo modern Secondary School Lokoja for a career mentorship on the directive of His Excellency, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, Governor of Kogi State, on the need to inculcate discipline, and mentor youths through a school adoption program in secondary schools across the state.
Ambassador Ahmed Bolori who is the Special Adviser to the Governor on Public Relations in the company of other Special Assistants paid an unscheduled visit to Adankolo modern Secondary school, Lokoja.
Upon his arrival at the school premises, the first point of call was the principal’s office, from where the visiting team was warmly received and taken on a tour of the school, to see firsthand, the transformation of a school, courtesy of the benevolence of the Governor of Kogi State
The principal of the college, Chief Ajofe Yakubu used the occasion to appreciate His Excellency for his unrivaled love for education, as evident in the transformation of the school in the Adankolo community and others across the length and breadth of the state
Chief Ajofe Yakubu pointed out that the good efforts of the Governor are commendable as this will go a long way in reshaping the minds of students and parents.
He equally applauded the visit of the special adviser to the Governor on Public Relations, Hon Ambassador Ahmed Bolori for his zeal to mentor the younger ones in the area on how to exhibit good character, civic education, and career mentorship.
He appealed to the Governor Image Maker to visit a regular one even as the students and teachers are excited to see government officials coming to the aid of the students in this direction.
Responding, Hon. Ambassador Ahmed Bolori commend the efforts of the new direction government the ed by His Excellency, the Executive Governor of Kogi State, Alhaji Yahaya Bello for not letting Kogi students down by establishing modern secondary schools across the state a schools led to the principal and management of the school to take good care of the structure, noting that government’s 30% Budget location to education in 2022 is yielding positive results as this effort will bring this off effort students and move them to a higher level.
On the remuneration of teachers, he said more teachers are to be engaged soon as the process is ongoing by the relevant ministry concerned and that, the governor has promised to improve on teachers package and other remuneration in the state.
Highlights of the visit were mentorship and career were sons to basic three students of the e college.
The Hon Commissioner for Education, Science, and Technology, Hon Wemi Jones, and other senior special, assistants were on the ground to make the teaching g and learning interactive.
Similarly, Hon Special Adviser paid an unscheduled visit to Kogi a State Broadcasting Corporation headquarters, Lokoja was the Director-General, and Mr. Ojo Director-General received the team from other management staff the cooperation.
During the visit, some of the challenges of the station were highlighted and the ongoing efforts of the governor for the approval for the procurement of a 5KVA transmitter awaiting delivery were commended.
The special adviser appreciated the leadership of the corporation for being dutiful despite obvious challenges and advises them to look out for other opportunities to maximize as the government can not do it alone and if possible, they should create a business development department to enhance their efficiency.
He promised to take their message to the appropriate quota.
Also visited were The Graphic Newspaper and Nigerian Television Authority station in the state with a view to a robust relationship aimed at improving the station and promoting the positive image of the government through quality programming.
The General Manager of programming, Lokoja, Alhaji Yahaya Adams applauded the visit and assured the team of his readiness to collaborate with the state government for better results.
In The Graphic, results were received with a plethora of problems conferring pointing to the organization, especially the organization of funding, obsolete working tools, indebtedness, and lack of motivation for staff.
Also, a request was made to the effect that the contractor that handled the office complex be invited back to the site to correct noticeable defects.