DISCUSS: School Merger – Join The Discussion On Our Facebook, Twitter Platforms

Date Posted: October 9, 2013 at 8:00 am

“Re: Christians protest merger of schools in Osun State by Aregbesola”

Since the news of our Schools merging hit, various opinions have followed. We will like to be a part of this discussions and invite you unto our platforms as we share our point of view and more. We are positive about this change and as stakeholders, we are happy to take the discussions further. Find below one of the many encouraging comments we read…

Adesiyan Olufunmibi a Medical Doctor & a Long time friend wrote :

“I am a Christian, and I sympathise with my Brethren from the Baptist Convention in Iwo. But I also sympathise with Rauf Aregbesola, the Governor of Osun state. You may all wish to know the money voted for Education by the government of the State of Osun is a common wealth, and the Baptist schools are equal beneficiaries, and by law and intents, the schools are owned by the citizens of osun state, whether they are Isabatudeen or Christ Apostolic primary or secondary school, the Public owns them, the Government runs and fund them. A point has come when the people’s representative has to do the needful. Let us teach the children what we have failed to learn as adults, let Sikiratu and Sarah sit on the same bench, borrow eraser from each other! Share guguru and epa together and visit themselves at home after school hours, let them learn religious tolerance from their youth, if they do, Al Qaeda and Boko Haram will not be able to radicalize them in the future and the Global Society will be better for it. I am a Christian, I love my Baptist Brothers and Sisters, but the World has moved on! Let us move with Change, let us drop Primordial Sentiments.”

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