Amosun’s S.A, advises successor, Adeyemi, says don’t disappoint students

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…thanks Amosun for creating S.A students office in Ogun

Olasunkanmi Akinlotan

Former Special Assistant on Students matters, Com. Clement Olusegun has congratulated his successor, Com. Adeyemi Azeez on his appointment as the new special Assistant to Governor Dapo Abiodun, on students matters.

Aside the office of the S.A, Com. Clement had also served as the National Public Relations Officer of the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS both offices are presently occupied by Adeyemi.

Clement said this through a press statement made available to PLATFORM TIMES on Thursday in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital.

Clement who is the pioneer SA on students matters also congratulated the new Special Assistant to the Governor on youth, Com. Lamide Lawal ,adding that he is also from the students constituency.

In his statement, Clement advised Adeyemi to always hold the students in high esteem through out his stay in office.

His words, “Just like Senator Ibikunle Amosun has taught me, you must be responsible to the constituency where you represent and same thing, I am saying to you now.

” As a former NANS national PRO, the students will be expecting a lot from you, please don’t disappoint them, make them your pride and you will always have them.

“The students constituency is a very delicate one which I know you are up to the task. But always remember that between the twinkling of an eye your office will be over and if that is the truth, always endeavour to do good at all times as that alone will sustain you both in office and afterwards .

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” Remember everyone have started looking at you now as the SA students in the state ensure that you handover this highly placed office just like you are getting it now ” He added

Clement, however appreciated the former Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun for creating the office of the Special Assistant on students matters.


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