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Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by hisexcellency34: 12:47pm On Aug 01
On May 29, 2012, at an event marking the first anniversary of his administration, the immediate past governor of Ogun State, Ibikunle Amosun, reeled out his achievements.

As is the practice with politicians, Mr Amosun went on and made several promises to the people of the state. Among the promises he made was a plan to build 26 “world-class” model secondary schools across the 20 local governments in the state.

Mr Amosun said the foundations of the schools were already being laid adding that when the model schools were completed, they were going to raise the education standard in the state as they would provide first-class tutelage.

“Just last week, we laid foundations of 26 model schools that we believe will define the new Ogun standard in the provision of education at the secondary level. It is an ambitious educational programme, which will touch all of the 20 local government areas of the state. These schools will provide unparalleled facilities in science, technical education, agriculture, humanities, enterprise, and sports, with full boarding facilities, to serve the entire state. It is envisaged that these model schools will produce students who can compete with their peers anywhere in the world,” he boasted.

As it is usually the case with the development of new projects, ordinary people and communities would be expected to make sacrifices such as the demolition of their properties and the loss of their land (sometimes without compensation). For instance, Musafau Adebisi, a retired civil servant and the Baale (village head) of Oke Odo community in Ago Iwoye, Ijebu North Local Government Area, got to his farm one morning in 2012 but discovered his crops had been destroyed. When he approached the king, he was told that a model school was coming to the Oke Odo community and that his farm and those of others had to be sacrificed.

“I felt terrible. I was using about one acre of the land to farm. There were other farmers too, some of them were widows. Our crops were destroyed.” Mr. Adebisi said.

He said though they (farmers) were never consulted nor compensated before their crop were destroyed, they were pleased the land was going to be used for a good course.

This newspaper tried to get the exact amount officially budgeted and spent on the project but was rebuffed by officials of the current administration in the state. Ade Akinsanya, Ogun State’s commissioner for works, declined to say the amount spent on the project. He also refused to reveal the name of the contractors who built the schools. Mr Akinsaya said the project was not handled by his ministry.

“You know the right channel to get that information,” he said over the phone and hung up.

https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/headlines/406144-investigations-inside-ibikunle-amosuns-n27-3-billion-abandoned-model-school-project.html

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by majamajic(m): 12:51pm On Aug 01
Join the Alagbado bridge, matogun road , akute road , he left everything and go after pouring some red sands on them

which kin governor be amosun ?

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Racoon(m): 12:52pm On Aug 01
Mr.President will not probe this kind of corruption despite vowing to fight corruption regardless of whosoever is involved because Amosun is his man from their CPC days.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by ThiagoKid(m): 12:53pm On Aug 01
The kain curse wey dey dis man head ehnnn

Abia and ogun, no difference

Such a disaster

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by majamajic(m): 12:54pm On Aug 01
ThiagoKid:
The kain curse wey dey dis man head ehnnn


Abia and ogun, no difference


Such a disaster

Abia is far better than Ogun in terms of this amosun of a man , he wasted the 8yrs , I suffered in Ogun state in the hands of this man then

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Simplyleo: 12:58pm On Aug 01
Rubbish.

We all know a lot was embezzled in the project, but taking picture of a tiny part and giving it such caption is unacceptable.

The posted structure can't cost more than 5 million. And even a pig will not present it as project worth 50 million. undecided

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by helinues: 1:01pm On Aug 01
Amosun's and co case shall be revisited.. embarassed

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Stylekay: 1:08pm On Aug 01
A typical Nigerian situation. SMH

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by vhykeeytor(m): 1:10pm On Aug 01
GOD GO SHAME BUHARI.... If.....he doesn't ask Amosun to mobilize contractors back to site from the loots in his Aza.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Oladimejjy(m): 1:11pm On Aug 01
Na today?
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Anuoluwa1234(f): 1:12pm On Aug 01
A typical Nigerian man!!!... Many ppl blame the politicians etc, even I,... but truth be told, an average politician is exhibiting what and an average Nigerian man( male/females) will do, if power is given to him!!!.. angry angry angry..

Wickedness, selfishness, scam, lies, every bad behaviour of this life is flowing in our muscles undecided undecided.. I believe there is something fundamentally wrong with Nigeria/Nigerians.. something far beyond human comprehension!!!!.

95% of Nigerians are deceitful.. no truth at all, etc... Imagine, a yahoo boy raining curse in government, calling dem Thief.. etc..

How many of us write the correct time when we get to work, how many of us care about our neighbors, etc... This this are all sum up, contributing to all these gibberish!!!..

The Bible says, Righteousness exalts a nation... And here we are, full of lies, hatred bitterness etc... Let's wait and watch how we will grow undecided undecided undecided...

Compare the behaviours of white ppl with the black, and reason why we are still far behind.. there is no magic in it.. but we can't pay the price, cuz of our human nature..

Only those who can realise this fact & understand, will be pulled out of that bondage!!!...

Sincerely, I sometimes wish all my live in Nigeria is just a dream!!! undecided undecided

Argue with Ur keyboard!!!...
Shallom

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by softeeg: 1:12pm On Aug 01
Oladimejjy:
Na today?
E don tey

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by omenka(m): 1:16pm On Aug 01
Saying the Nigerian leaders are demons is certainly calling demons a bad name to hang them.

The typical Nigerian leader thrives in darkness even demons would feel tormented by. They have no adjective to describe their wickedness.

We're in deeper shit in this country than we can ever imagine.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by kiddkash(m): 1:23pm On Aug 01
special place dey for Hell-fire for Nigerian politicians

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 1:37pm On Aug 01
OP, who send you with this propaganda?


Let me show you Amosun's model schools.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 1:38pm On Aug 01
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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 1:45pm On Aug 01
Abeg stop the propaganda, the man get his shortcomings, but he built more and better schools than all the past governors combined.

He tried his best, no need to rubbish him with fake news and propaganda.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Johnnyessence(m): 2:12pm On Aug 01
hisexcellency34:
On May 29, 2012, at an event marking the first anniversary of his administration, the immediate past governor of Ogun State, Ibikunle Amosun, reeled out his achievements.

As is the practice with politicians, Mr Amosun went on and made several promises to the people of the state. Among the promises he made was a plan to build 26 “world-class” model secondary schools across the 20 local governments in the state.

Mr Amosun said the foundations of the schools were already being laid adding that when the model schools were completed, they were going to raise the education standard in the state as they would provide first-class tutelage.

“Just last week, we laid foundations of 26 model schools that we believe will define the new Ogun standard in the provision of education at the secondary level. It is an ambitious educational programme, which will touch all of the 20 local government areas of the state. These schools will provide unparalleled facilities in science, technical education, agriculture, humanities, enterprise, and sports, with full boarding facilities, to serve the entire state. It is envisaged that these model schools will produce students who can compete with their peers anywhere in the world,” he boasted.

As it is usually the case with the development of new projects, ordinary people and communities would be expected to make sacrifices such as the demolition of their properties and the loss of their land (sometimes without compensation). For instance, Musafau Adebisi, a retired civil servant and the Baale (village head) of Oke Odo community in Ago Iwoye, Ijebu North Local Government Area, got to his farm one morning in 2012 but discovered his crops had been destroyed. When he approached the king, he was told that a model school was coming to the Oke Odo community and that his farm and those of others had to be sacrificed.

“I felt terrible. I was using about one acre of the land to farm. There were other farmers too, some of them were widows. Our crops were destroyed.” Mr. Adebisi said.

He said though they (farmers) were never consulted nor compensated before their crop were destroyed, they were pleased the land was going to be used for a good course.

This newspaper tried to get the exact amount officially budgeted and spent on the project but was rebuffed by officials of the current administration in the state. Ade Akinsanya, Ogun State’s commissioner for works, declined to say the amount spent on the project. He also refused to reveal the name of the contractors who built the schools. Mr Akinsaya said the project was not handled by his ministry.

“You know the right channel to get that information,” he said over the phone and hung up.

https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/headlines/406144-investigations-inside-ibikunle-amosuns-n27-3-billion-abandoned-model-school-project.html
Efcc should do the needful and investigate him of corruption cases.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 2:22pm On Aug 01
On May 29, 2012, [/b]at an event marking the first anniversary of his administration, the immediate past governor of Ogun State, Ibikunle Amosun, reeled out his achievements.

[b]As is the practice with politicians, Mr Amosun went on and made several promises to the people of the state. Among the promises he made was a plan to build 26 “world-class” model secondary schools across the 20 local governments in the state.



https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/headlines/406144-investigations-inside-ibikunle-amosuns-n27-3-billion-abandoned-model-school-project.html


He made the promise in 2012 according to your propaganda article, but he commissioned the same model schools in 2016.

Who built the model schools in the pictures I posted? The same Amosun right?

Have you asked the sponsors of your propaganda how many schools they've built for the people of Ogun state?

See? Propaganda miss road, the story and reality no even match.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Simplyleo: 2:26pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:
OP, who send you with this propaganda?


Let me show you Amosun's model schools.
God bless you jor.

He took picture of one abandoned project in Nnewi and ran to nairaland to mislead the public.

I think the mods should sanction him for breaking rule 8

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by DjRicky(m): 2:30pm On Aug 01
Whats his name again? AMUSU?

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by LibertyRep: 2:32pm On Aug 01
Look at how pictures are flying up and down to confuse the people here.

To properly educate the people and not further engage in cheap propaganda or image laundering, the two parties should answer these questions:

Out of the 20 Model Schools, how many were completed before the expiration of his 8 years tenure?

How many were operational before he left office?

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