…….As Provost Vow Never To Sack Any Indigenes.
By Ovie Bethel
The leadership of Mosogar Elite Forum,led by the newly elected President,Dr. Anthony Agboma visited the Provost of College of Education Mosogar,Dr. Israel Imide and other Management Staff,to resolved internal issue bordering on negative attitudes to work of some indigenous staff of the school.
The delegation was received in the Provost Office, Delta State College of Education, Mosogar Ethiope West LGA on Thursday 23rd June,2022.
The leadership of Mosogar Elite Forum weighed into the matter to find a peaceable way in ensuring the school management have a good relationship with the host community.
MEF leadership further appreciated the provost,Dr. Imide for granting them the enabling environment and audience to resolved the issue.
Speaking during the visit,Dr. Israel Imide vowed never to sack any indigenous staff,but advised that they should all take their job seriously in ensuring the school reclaim back her rightful place in the comity of other higher institutions in the state.
He further solicited the support of the host community via the Elite Forum towards creating the enabling relationship for the smooth running of the school.
Other executives in the delegation of Mosogar Elite Forum includes Mr Friday Egberi (Vice President),Comr. Edebor Abasa (Director of Social) and Comr Morgan Akpologun (Member)
Other Management Staff present with the Provost includes; Dr Nathaniel Ethel(Deputy Provost),Mr Felix Okuwhere(Registrar), Bursar, PRO, Mr Fole and College Librarian.
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