In a bid to improve teaching and learning conditions at Ayetoro Science and Technical College, Ayetoro, some indigenes had sunk a borehole and donated cash to the institution.
The Principal of the College, Mr. Adeoye Akinlotan who disclosed this in a release made available to newsmen said, the gesture would afford teachers and the students the opportunity to enjoy water supply, devoid of water borne diseases.
Akinlotan described technical education as acquisition of demonstrated skills that could enhance economic growth and sustainable livelihood, calling on other stakeholders to emulate the donors, so as to surmount challenges confronting the college.
He praised the donors, Chief John Adeniran who sunk the borehole, Kayode Akinola, Aremo Gbenga Olusoji, Isreal Adeogun as well as former Ogun State Head of Service, Elder Sola Adeyemi for the cash donation, towards the erection of scaffolding and extension of the water facility within the college.
Speaking on behalf of the donors, Chief Adeniran noted that the project was intended to add value to the teaching and learning process in the college, advising the beneficiaries to make proper use and ensure its adequate maintenance.
In his remarks, the Chairman, Parent Teachers Association (PTA), Chief Opeyemi Opebiyi, expressed gratitude to the donors for the gesture to ameliorate non availability of potable water in the College.