IIlegal Connection in Popoyemoja Affected the Borehole We Donated- Minister of Communication’s Aide

Residents of Oyo state have continouosly lamented the difficulties, they experience, in accessing potable water, most especially in the dry season. With the condition of the state  Water Corporation in the state shrouded in secrecy, the construction of boreholes in now the trend. This prompted the Honourable Minister of Communication, Barrister Adebayo Shittu to donate boreholes to a number of communities in Oyo state, including Popoyemoja in Ibadan. This the residents applaud but also express worries over the technical problems confronting the borehole. In this interview with Federationew2day, an aide to Barrister Shittu, Malik Aderogba gives an insight into what went wrong. Excerpts :


Residents of Popoyemoja in Ibadan, have expressed their displeasure over the malfunction of the Borehole donated by the Honourable Minister of Communication to the community. What is wrong with it ?

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We thank God for everything, the particular Borehole is  located at Popoyemoja, we’ve  received series of complaints about it. Initially, before the construction of the Borehole, we had an agreement with the residents, that Barrister Abdulraheem Aebayo Shittu  will construct the Borehole, while they agreed to provide the source of power for the Borehole. But the residents of Popoyemoja went ahead to connect the Borehole to the National Grid, illegally. This damaged the pumping machine.  We had earlier directed the contractor to fix it, he has been there two or three times to fix the borehole, but  they wouldn’t listen, they still  connect to the National Gird, illegally. This has made the borehole not to function. Now, we’ve set up a committee to look into the situation and see how we can assuage the persisting problem.


We want to Ensure We Get to Govt. House in 2019-Seyi Makinde

Members of the Poples Democratic Party(PDP) in Oyo state have resolved to put aside individual interests and work towards the party’s victory in the 2019 Governorship elections in the state.


This disclosure was made recently, by Engr. Seyi Makinde, in a chat with Journalists after the state congress of the  PDP held at the Baptist Secondary School, Oke-Ado, Ibadan, Nigeria.

”We’ve resolved to work together for the interest of the party. And we want to ensure that we get  to the Government house by 2019”, Engr. Makinde stated.


Sharp Practices in Private Hospitals in Oyo : Erring Doctors will be Dealt with -Scribe AGPMPN

As residents of Oyo state  continue to express worries over the increasing rate of sharp practices in private hospitals in the state, the Secretary of the Association of   General  and Private  Medical Practitioners of Nigeria(AGPMPN), D.r Olumuyiwa Ajanaku, in this interview with Federationews2day,  warns that erring Medical Doctors would be punished in  accordance of the Medical and Dental Council laws. Excerpts :

Residents of Oyo state, particularly in Ibadan, are expressing reservations over the sharp practices going on in private hospitals, what measures have your Association taken, to correct the situation ?

Our association in collaboration with the State Ministry of Health, the Association of Nurses, the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists and even the Pharmaceutical Association we came together, sometime last year,  and a Task Force was inaugurated by the Honourable Commissioner for Health, Dr. Azeez Adeduntan, he initially anchored the visit to various hospitals, for about three to four times, thereafter, the Director of Secondary Health Services is now in charge  of the Task Force. We move round because we have  heard a lot from the people in society. There is a Task Force in place and the Task Force goes out once a week. Sincerely, it is an appalling situation, and the is why the Oyo state Governor and the Honourable Commissioner for Health, are not relenting in their efforts to make sure that something is done concerning the health of the citizenry of the state.

So, how do you think these sharp practices,   could be brought under control ?

We have what we call regular Continuing Medical Education(CME), we invite Consultants, Specialists and Professors to meeting, to educate  our members on the latest trends in terms of treating patients. We even go to the extent of inviting entrepreneurs, people in the business world, to know how to go about  the administration  of the hospital, so that there won’t be any problem. Also, we have programmes in the media. In addition, we have the council that regulates everyone of us, all Doctors in the state.

The council has its own representative in the state that liaises with  the association, so that if there is any form of quackery or even malpractices, if we know about it, we will take it up with the Director of Medical Services in the Ministry of Health, who is actually the representative of the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria. We have divided Ibadan into zones and each  has a zonal head. It is not going to be funny, just to walk into health facilities, unless we hear from the people. You don’t need to put your name, we will go in there,  and I can assure you that such persons will be dealt with in accordance with the law of the Medical and Dental Council law.

For Complaints, contact : Association of   General  and Private  Medical Practitioners of Nigeria(AGPMPN) Oyo state : Phone : 08034103748/ E-mail: muyis2112@gmail.com

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Cultists Rob Journalist in Ibadan

Cultists at the  Olorunsogo, Molete, area of Ibadan on Tuesday morning attacked and  dispossessed the Editor-in-Chief of Federationews2day(https://federationews2da.wordpress.com)    Solomon  Adewunmi  of his valuables.

The cultists led by one Pelumi,  at about  10. 30 am, in the morning(24, Ocotober, 2017) harmed with butcher’s knives, forcefully collected  Adewunmi’s wrist watch, wallet containing money and vital documents and micro tape recorder.

The hoodlums who operate from the house of one late Mr. Idowu, a retired Police officer, beside a white two storey building, at the back of Femola bus-stop in the community, have for a long time threatened to deal with the Journalist.

Of worry, is the fact that adults, who belong to the Landlords and Tenants Association in the community, covertly support the activities of the criminals, who, have continued to attack  and dispossess innocent citizens of their valuables, despite the regular patrol of the Police.

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Coronation of 21 Obas : Oyo Govt. is very Fraudulent- Sen. Rashidi Ladoja

As the controversy over the recent installation of 21 Traditional rulers in Ibadanland by the Oyo state Governor rages, a former Governor of the state, who is also the Osi Olubadan of Ibadanland, High Chief Rashidi Ladoja, in this interview with Journalists at his Ondo street, Bodija, Ibadan, residence says  the state Government acted fraudulently. Federationews2day was there. Excerpts :


 The bone of contention today in Ibadanland , is the  interference of Government in the Traditional institution ? What is your position on this ?

Where do We start from ? It is not the responsibility of Government to tamper with the 1959 declaration, because they tried to mislead the people, they are now saying it is not the 1959 declaration, it is the 1957 declaration. The 1957 law was the chief’s law, it was under the chief’s law that the 1959 declaration was  gotten. It stated clearly that it was not the responsibility of anybody to do embark on amendment. We are not having the Olubadan of Oyo state, we are having the Olubadan of Ibadanland, so why do you have to bring somebody from Ibarapa, somebody from Oyo, and some people from Oke-Ogun to amend our own declaration. It is not the responsibility of the Oyo state Government to tamper with the Olubadan Chieftaincy  declaration, the case is still in court. And from what we are seeing the Government seems not to respect the courts again. Why did they start after work on Friday and ended on Sunday ? What is the cause ? Are those people going to, die ? They distributed the letters under floodlights, I see what happened in Mapo as a theatre.  If you want to amend the law, you know the procedure. The procedure is that when you amend the law you take it to the House, anyway we expect that he is going to bribe the legislators in the House. I only want to warn them, the legislators, that they should go back to their constituencies to know what their constituencies want. They should not think that because it is an Ibadan issue, the other zones in the state don’t have interest in it, because the Governor has said that when he finishes with Ibadan, the next place is Ogbomosho, all those Baales will become Obas and after Ogbomosho, he will end it up in Oyo. The implication is that since the Ibadan High chiefs, kingmakers are now Obas, the Oyomesis, kingmakers in Oyo, and all associated villages heads Obas can also become Obas. If he does not do that then our point  that he does not have the right to tamper with the declaration is right. He just wants to destroy the institution of traditional rulers. The question now is that what time does he have to reflect on issues pertaining to governance ?

The  state Government  alleges that during your tenure, you attempted same  ?

It is not true. I have said it several times that I did not set up any Adio  commission. Oyo state is in the number 29 position in the country, with all the private schools in the state. If you take away the private schools, it means maybe we would have come last, after Lagos the next place where there are private schools is Oyo state. This was not the case during my time. So the institution of Ibadan Obaship is so complex, that it is better to leave them and face the job of Oyo state. After you might have put Oyo state where it is supposed to be, then you can now go back and look at it. We are not like other places, Saki has not got an Oba now, even Fiditi hasn’t got an Oba now, So what I am saying is that I did not set up the Adio commission, it is either the Governor is been mischievous or the Governor decided to be a lair himself, either of the two, because  if they are say that they cannot find the report then is Adio alive ? then if he is alive they should call him.

You said that Government is no longer respecting the law, now what is the way forward ?

You don’t get the point, the Local Government elections have not been held because their case is in court, the Council of Chief was suspended in 2011 because the case is in court,   this time around there is no case in court ? Abi ? So that is what we are saying, it is not a question of selectively taking advantage of the court, if you want to take advantage of the court, then you take the disadvantage of the court as well. Democracy is Governing by the rule of law, if the rule of law breaks down, then everybody will resort to self help, God save all of us, that is what we are saying. So it is not the question of what is the way forward. The way forward is that at the end of it the court will prevail, the court will prevail, they may delay it, they may do everything, even if you influence the local court, are you going to influence the Appeal Court, are you going to influence the Supreme court ? We are not dead, we are not  dying yet, so why should I bother about how long the case lasts, because I know that some Obas, having spent 15 years on the throne were removed. So, that is the situation. The Governor has no right or the Government has no right to interfere in the Ibadan  declaration.

The impression, is that the High Chiefs, including yourself instituted the  law suit, what made the others back out ?

Well, I don’t know because I am not one of them.  The two of them came to see me, they came on the 22nd, because they went to Government on the 21st, they asked ”What is the quarrel between you and your brother, I asked who ? They said Isiaka Ajimobi , I said no I am not quarreling with Isiaka Ajimobi, I am quarreling with the Governor and if you go to the executive’s office you will see the Governors who  have been there. Starting from Sir John Ranking up to Akala, and on the 29th of May, 2019his own photograph will join us. So, it is the Governor I am having problems with, so many people do know know how to distinguish between the Governor and the holder. Maybe they think it is a solidarity with an Ibadan boy,  but I told them the danger there, the danger there is that when my brother Alao Akala said he wanted to create only six Obaship, the whole Ibadan rose in unity and said that he cannot do it and he did not do it. But now that an Ibadan boy wants to create 50 Obas, nobody is talking. I said that so, if you keep quiet in the face of tyranny, ………And I said, you people you say you want to become Obas, have you looked into the report ? Nobody has seen the report, even though  he is  giving you the sweet part of the report, and maybe the bitter parts are still hidden. Has anybody seen the white paper ? And the only thing they published, they say recommendations, this is recommendation four, where is recommendation one to three ? recommendation four, recommendation five, recommendation eight, where is six and seven ?  Recommendation nine, the High Chiefs will retain the titles of Otun Olubadan, Osi Olubadan, Balogun, Osi Balogun etc, and will not use the titles of Obas, this is what Government has published, as a prefix to their names, in order to avoid any confusion that would be caused by using the title ‘Oba ‘ in conjunction with their titles as Otun Olubadan, Osi Olubadan, Balogun and Osi Balogun etc. The Government now says, the Government rejects this recommendation. You can see that the Government had a plan before they started this, they just want to use the commission to bring out what they have in them. There is recommendation 10, there is no recommendation 11, there is recommendation 12,  so, where is  where is recommendation 13 to 98 and after 99, there is 100, there 101, I don’t know whether that is the end. But where is recommendation 13 to 98 ? So, this is Government print out, not so ? So you can see that the Government is very fraudulent. There is no report, the commission’s report is not there, they didn’t tell us what it is. Secondly, the white paper is not there. They are now talking of 1959 declaration, but when they started it, it was 1957 declaration, but now it is 1959 declaration, so, you can see that they are very inconsistent, so, as I said the Governor is most of the times too busy to look into details, he just allow these people to do whatever they want to do.

Festive Period : For The Past Three Years We Have Being Borrowing To Celebrate-Oyo Workers

Workers in Oyo state have expressed reservations over the poor condition they have marked festive holidays in the last three years.

The workers who cut across religious divides, noted that only the grace of God had enabled them to pool financial resources together to celebrate such holidays.

”For the past three years, we have always went about  borrowing money to celebrate during festive periods. Salary arrears still linger, no conducive  working environment, consultants everywhere, Government has not treated us well, it is sad and unfortunate”, the workers who refused to mention their names lamented.

In his Eid El Kabir message to workers in the state, the Chairman,  State Public Service Joint Negotiating council, who is also the Chairman of the Trade Union Congress(TUC)and the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria(ASCSN) in the state,  Comrade Emmanuel Ogundiran  outlined the experience of workers in the state, while advising them to be prudent in their spending habits during the festive period.

”In those days they do give us opportunistic to send some of our Muslim brothers and sisters to the Holy land for Hajj, they give us pilgrimage  slots. In the last three years nothing of such, they used to give us Jerusalem slots, in the last three or four  years nothing of such. Even during festive periods, they do  give us rice, milk, these days nothing of such We will never go cap in hand begging anybody. We believe it is the right  of the Government to celebrate its workforce. We will continue to say it that they are not  a better stakeholder in this project called Oyo state than we are. And we are  the geese that lay the golden eggs, which they consume. We are  the tools  with which the work of this state is  been done, but what do we have ? But we always thank God because we are  alive, we are surviving and we will still survive this.

”I wish all our Muslim brothers and sisters a blissful Eid El Kabir and knowing what the economy of the country and the state in particular is saying, as I wish them a very good moment during the Eid El Kabir, I want them to be mindful of their spending, they should cut  their coat according to  their cloth, they should  not over spend, knowing that we are approaching the period during which our  wards and children, will be  resuming back to school, in the month of September, they should make  sure they plan for their children and not to overspend during the festive period”, Comrade Ogundiran advised.


Oyo Govt. Should Thread Cautiously on Issues Pertaining To Places of Worship-Spiritual Head Shafaudeen

As religious houses in Oyo state express reservations over the state Government’s position on the environment and worship and praises to God, they insist that all power is from the Almighty God. In this interview with Federationews2day, the founder and spiritual head of Shafaudeen worldwide, Wakajaiye, Ibadan, Nigeria, Prof. Sabitu Olagoke  cautions the  state Government to thread cautiously on issues pertaining to religion. Excerpts:

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What is your reaction to the clamp down on religious houses in the state over noise pollution, by the state Ministry of Environment  ?

I am an environmentalist, noise pollution has resulted in partial deafness of a number of people,and so we must try as much as possible to control the noise. But when you regard what comes out of the houses of God as noise, are we not insulting God ? We have to be very careful in the way we use words. It is true that some people have deviated from  the course of real evangelism, of the real  dawah or jihad. The real evangelism or dawah demands that we speak the truth, we have a target audience, we must do things in ways that must not encourage unnecessary noise pollution, because whatever you’re saying becomes a noise, when you are no more communicating. So Government got it wrong in declaring that what comes out of the church or mosque is noise, this is an insult to divinity. They would  have  gone  there to correct the practice. Take for example, there was a time that I was treating some verses in both the Bible and the Quran that deals with family cohesion and family surprises, despite the fact that the song happened to be from a Muslim base, most Christians and some other faiths, came to me that I should allow the voice to get to their doors because what I was treating, regarding how to discourage people calling their mothers witches and even if they are witches, the position of the scriptures on this and how to manage such crisis. So, because it was more of teaching, it was problem solving, people loved to hear it, even if it was coming as music, it was supposed to be devoid of hate speeches, must be constructive and suiting. So, all these are lacking in the way we manage Churches and Mosques these days. So, the root of all these ought to be treated, because Churches and Mosques ought to be the divine environment for sustainable development of any community or nation. But in a situation whereby we begin to insult the senses and sensibilities of Pastors and Imams, by generalizing that what comes out of the houses of God constitute noise, is unfortunate.  We cannot compare our country with the developed nations, where their culture does not revolve on religion, but with time they discovered that they were having a lot of problems, which their Psychologists and Sociologists could not manage. They now resorted to faith based solutions. And out there the culture is more of individualism. Here in Africa or Yorubaland, we keep extended family structure, here we are our brother’s keeper. No doubt Government needs to intervene, but this is not the way to go about it. They are supposed to help us to control and normalize things. Most of us are not Teachers, we only find ourselves holding the Bible or the Quran to teach people, so we don’t expect expertise. But if they would be structure with guidelines, mainly that nay teaching from the mosques or churches must be based on the scriptures and must not be abusive. It must contain messages on morals and discipline, and if it is music, it has to be constructive and designed to solve problems. But declaring houses of God places of noise ? It is very insulting. We need to rethink the agenda, we have to be very careful, because I don’t want the case of this Government or nay Government, that wants to correct the situation to be like that of the beggars’ strike, a book written,  here most of them consulted their Alfas before they got to power, just like it happened in one nation. The beggars, you use them to get to the position of power, and because you want the city or community to be clean, you now say that they are dirty, and you move them somewhere, by the time such an individual starts having problems, the oracle consult, direct him to return to the beggars with gifts. The beggars reject the gifts, so his prayers are not answered and in the process he dies. So, we have to be very careful. Those in power still consult these houses of God. So, there is a need for us to restructure things in the houses of God. We must be scripture compliant in everything we do.



Oyo Residents Call for More Funds for Road Repairs, As Joyce B Road Dwellers Commend Govt.

Residents of Oyo state have called on the state Government to urgently make adequate funds available to the state  Roads Maintenance Agency(OYSROMA) for the repair of bad roads in different parts of the state.

The residents, who spoke on condition of anonymity, cut across Ibadan, Eruwa, Igboora, Oyo and areas in the Oke-Ogun Geo-political zone of the state.

”The quality of road repairs could be said not to be impressive, go to Oke-Ado, and see for yourself, the rains are here and the rehabilitated roads are in bad state.  It looks like materials are been economized in the road repairs. The state Government should release more funds to the agency, to enable it carry out quality road repairs”, the residents’ spokesman, Mr. Siji Ahmed advised.

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However, residents of Joyce B road, have commended the agency for rehabilitating the major road in the area.

According to a release by the Agency’s Information Officer, Mrs Adeyemi, the residents expressed their appreciation for a job well done.

”We appreciate the present administration in Oyo state, for their efforts in making Joyce B road conducive and motor able. Before now, our experiences was nothing to be happy about. But we thank God for the rehabilitation”, they stated.


Paris Club Refund :LG Workers, Others in Oyo Grumble Over None Payment of Salary Arrears

Contrary to the widely reported payment of May and June salaries to workers in Oyo state by the state Government, Local Government employees in the state are still grumbling over the none payment of the backlog of their salary arrears and the continued payment  of a certain percentage of their salaries.


The Local Government workers lamented, that for several months unending, they have been receiving half salaries, despite their outcry.

They blame their plight  on some of their union leaders, who they allege, colluded with the council authorities to ensure that the trend was sustained.

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The workers, however expressed optimism that all their salary arrears would be paid very soon, since the state Government had promised to set aside N2 billion for the purpose.

Sadly, medical and health workers in the state are singing the same song, as they  stress that they  find it difficult to reconcile their present position with the news that workers have received their salaries for May and June, 2017.

In response to this development, the Labour centres in the state wrote a letter to the state Governor dated 20th July, 2017 and signed by the state Chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress, Comrade Waheed Olojede, Chairman Trade Union Cognress, Comrade Emmanuel Ogundiran and Secretary Public Service Joint Negotiating Council, Comrade Kolawole  Eniola .

In the letter the Labour leaders called on the state Government to  to utilize the second tranche of Paris Club Refund to offset the backlog of salary arrears owed Local Government workers.

The Letter titled  ”The Just Released Paris Club Refund and Our  Demand for Payment of Outstanding Arrears of Salaries/Allowances and Pensions in Oyo state”, stated :

” Your Excellency, please permit us to recall with nostalgia that when the bailout fund was released to states  to pay arrears of salaries and pensions in 2016, workers in the Local Government services in the state, were not well treated in  parity with  there colleagues in the state services as the Local Government portion of the fund was not disbursed for the purpose for  which the fund was meant”.

”It is in reference to this harrowing experience that we request, in the present circumstance, that the fund now released should also take care of the industrial interest of both serving  workers and pensioners under Local Government services”.



One Per cent Levy in Oyo Schools : Nigerians Are Suspicious of Govt.’s Intention-Prof Olagoke

Parents and residents at  the location of one of the Models  schools have expressed worries over the unbecoming  behavior of students of the school, who daily patronize cybercafes within the vicinity of the school, during school hours, in preference to the academic comfort of their school. This is a reflection of the incompetence  of the school management and Teachers to impart the right values on the students. Even as mushroom private schools continue to spring up in room and parlor and three  Bedroom apartments at different locations in t Oyo state, parents  also expressing worries over the announcement by the  state  Government that beginning from next session,  one(1) per cent levy shall be imposed on the fees collected  by both Public and Private schools in the state, they insist that this amounts to double taxation. In this interview with Federationews2day, the Founder and Spiritual Head of Shafaudeen worldwide, Prof. Sabitu Olagoke advises the state Government to approach the levy with caution. Excerpts :

The Oyo state Government has announced its intention to collect 1 per cent from all the fees collected by both public and private secondary schools in the state,  what is your reaction to this announcement  ?

My opinion is that the Government of Oyo state is ready to  re fix to a rightful position the education status, most especially in Oyo state. Government itself realizes that there are problems in the educational structure and practices The problem manifest in the state of things in public schools, most of them have dilapidated buildings, some do not have  furniture. Public schools have the best Teachers, but there are no facilities to work with. Unfortunately, those in Government and the elites do not patronize the  public schools. When Chief Obafemi Awolowo started his education programme, , he ensured that all his children attended these schools, and through each of them he was able to feel the pulse of the public schools, as regards the state of things in these schools. Unfortunately, Government, presently, has all the structure and mechanism through which education facilitation can  be effective and  result oriented, but corruption and indiscipline have permeated the fabric of every unit of the system, so that even before  a file is moved, you must grease the palm of the clerk, before anybody is promoted you must have greased the palms of the powers that be along the line When it comes to pension some people insist on getting 10 per cent out of your gratuity, before your file will see the light of the day.  So, when you have this kind of erratic system, the goal of education is already defeated. So, that is the situation of things in the education sector in Nigeria, Oyo state in particular.

The lapses on the side of Government has made every Tom, Dick and Harry to venture into education, but with the perspective of becoming an entrepreneur, whereby you commercialize everything. When  I was in secondary school, my prorietor of blessed memory, Mr. T.A Ogunkoya, had B.A History form Newcastle in 1950, he single handedly left Isonyin, for Abanla, bought acres of land and built all the structure in the school and unfortunately in 1976, Government took it  over and bastardized the very good work the man had done. The place is now a caricature of its old self. This is to say that Government  has not been able to understand what it takes to follow Chie Awolowo’s legacy. Now a lot of people have ventured into education without knowing anything about it.  You see a lot of private schools in dilapidated buildings and these people are capitalizing on the fact that most of our people are illiterates, most of the parents. They only repackage these children with good clothing, so that the parents will believe  that their children are attending good schools, whereas most of these schools are mushroom. And now that Government is restructuring, all these things are more of theories, because since they have started, we have not felt the impact. Not all the private schools are  registered with the state Government. And indeed, Government officials pass by all these  schools, but because of their relationships with the owners, nothing is done.  These are the areas that we are having problems. So, the first thing Government ought to do, is to go through all the nooks and crannies of Oyo state in the Morning, Afternoon, Night and during the weekend, to identify all these schools, good or bad. After assessment those found wanting should be shut. So in the area of Government collecting one per cent of fees collected by public and private schools in the state, those that are registered and Government still says that whatever you are getting from the intakes, one per cent should go into the coffers of Government, then this is unfortunate, Government is supposed to encourage private individuals, who float private schools,  so long as their intentions are genuine and once they have the right concept on ground, not vice versa.

However,Government must have looked into another perspective, Government must have the belief that all privately owned schools are for commercial purposes and once you are running schools for commercial purposes, the goal of education has already been defeated, because you won’t be able to deliver. You will be more into what you will realize in terms  of gains or profits. Education and schools are not supposed to be commercial ventures. UNICEF says education is a right. Chief Awolowo promoted free education, now that the various tiers of Government in Nigeria have failed in giving us free education and corruption  has now permeated the whole system, the major problem we are now having is  what is to be done. Government should be very cautious. Although some schools were founded on the premise that their founders have been able to corruptly enrich themselves and now using the money for education, if that is the perspective of Government to collect one per cent , it is okay, they want them to at least pay back, but some of us have genuine intentions. They should firstly go into how much we collect as school fees, then some of us may even be assisted by Government, but for those of us who they might be suspecting  have corruptly enriched  themselves, the one per cent can apply. But if it should be generalized, there is nothing we can do, but to seek to know what Government has been doing  from all the money collected. So, the people are suspicious of Government’s intentions and they think it is another way of selfishly enriching the purse of some Government functionaries. So, they must not allow the society to think that there is a bad motive behind the intention of Government to collect one per cent from the fees of  public and privates  schools. Government should be able to justify what they are going to do with the money, so, they must have a rethink.

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