Kwara Poly Rector Reaffirms Commitment to Kwara State Government
The Rector of Kwara State Polytechnic, Engr. Abdul Jimoh Muhammed has reaffirmed the Polytechnic’s readiness to assist the Kwara State Government in its effort to rid the state off corruption.
Engr. Abdul disclosed this while addressing the State Deputy Chief of Staff who paid a courtesy visit to the Polytechnic Management of the institution.
He said the Management of the institution is trying its best to block leakages and improve on the Polytechnic’s Internally Generated Revenue.
On staff welfare, the Rector said the Polytechnic is trying within its meager resources to pay staff salaries and ensure that backlog of promotion is cleared.
He called on the State Government to come to the aid of the Polytechnic in terms of infrastructural development, payment of staff salary and construction of more students hostels.
Abdul added that efforts are also being made to restore the lost glory of the institution by ensuring that certificates of the Polytechnic can no longer be forged by corrupt individuals.
Responding, the Deputy Chief of Staff, Princess Babalola lauded the Management for the success recorded so far, stressing that all hands must be on deck to put Kwarapoly back to its place among its contemporaries in the country.
She assured the Management of Government’s support at all times.
She also advised the Management to work harmoniously with the Governing Council, staff, students and all stakeholders, so nkas to attain the set goals of the institution.