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Declare State of Emergency On Higher Institutions, PMG Urges FG

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Platinum Mind Global Company has called on Federal government to declare state of emergency in educational sector of the country so as to figure out lasting solution over technological backwardness in higher institutions.

The company made this call on Monday through its coordinator for Platinum Reasoning Contest, Mr. Abdulkadri Agboola at Redeemer’s University, Ede during conclusion of competition sponsored by the company tagged ” Talent Innovation Competition”

Addressing the participants, Mr. Abdulkadir said that the quality of education research and new innovation has suffered a terrible decline which the effect is still disturbing the growths of African countries talented students as a result hinders carrying out new inovation.

Mr. AbdulKadir further said that the problem confronting the students have killed their natural ideal to implement new innovation which is capable of solving societal problems.

He charged Nigerian students to always showcase their gifted talent in Nigeria econony building which will convince consumers to see home base products better than imported goods

In another vain , the PRC assistance financial secretary Mr. Ayandeji Peter stressed that PRC will host its ceremony on December 15th where #1.000000 will be presented to first position, #700.000 to the second position and #500.000ll be given to the 3rd position.

While disclosing the numbers of students who registered for the competition, Mr Ayandeji disclosed that over 800 students registered throughout southwest on the competition official website of www.pmg-c.org freely.

Doctor T.J Jayeola, head of human resources management of PRC enjoined Nigeria government to give financial supports to talented students which will assist the students to execute their talents positively in solving Nigeria problem on economic bases.

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Hammed Tajudeen is the editor in-chief of Blaze News, holds Higher National Diploma(HND) in Mass Communication, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

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