Ondo Community Lauds Senator Ibrahim’s Commitment to Educational Development
Senator Jimoh Ibrahim has described the college of education as a special institution for the training of teachers which is unique compared to other professions.
Speaking on behalf of the Odogun-in-Council and the entire Igbekebo community, the Chairman of the Community’s Education Committee, Comrade Sunday Egbukuyomi, said the establishment of the Institution in the area would not only be beneficial to the community, but also to the entire state and Nigeria at large.
Egbukuyomi expressed the community’s readiness to welcome the school and provide all the necessary support for the actualization of the project, saying the establishment of the college of education would bring immense benefits, not only to Igbekebo and Apoiland, but also to the broader South Senatorial District.
He described the senator as a man of high intellectual capacity, capable of providing purposeful leadership in any position he found himself.
Also the traditional ruler of Igbekebo, Oba Bamidele Simeon Dabo, who described Senator Ibrahim as a rare breed politician who loved the people of his constituency and could do anything to better their lots
The monarch noted that if the state could have the likes of Senator Jimoh Ibrahim in abundance, the sufferings of the masses would be greatly reduced, adding that lack of fear of God and patriotism had contributed to the rots in the society.
According to him, given the penchant of the people for education for centuries, the college of would further cement the domain as a leading citadel of excellence.
“The senator’s gesture underscores his love for humanity, especially for the people of Igbekebo. I want to assure you that your name shall be immortalised in the kingdom’s hall of fame as a harbinger of education and capacity development”, he said.