Nigerian Students have been urged to adapt to information technology in order to keep abreast with their counterparts across the globe.
Giving the advice recently, was the chairman of the 81/82 set of Jubril Martins Grammar School Old Students Association, Engineer Nurudeen Ogbara, during the commissioning of many projects which including equipping the computer room with 18 computers and refurbished blocks of classrooms and furniture.
The event also brought together some old students of the school within the country and in Diaspora.
Speaking at the event, Engr. Ogbara said that the only way students in the country can compete favourably with their counterparts around the world is by familiarising themselves with the use of computer and making themselves information technology compliant, especially, when some of their examinations is now computer based.
It was in this premise he said informed the association’s decision to equip the school with 18 complete computer sets with internet facility. While promised that additional 18 will still be provided.
The school’s Parent Teacher’s Association, PTA, Alhaji O Balogun, who described the 81/82 set of the school’s old students association as pacesetters, said the computers and refurnished classrooms will go a long way in shaping the students knowledge abilities.
Also, the principal of the school, Mrs. Fatimah Salawu, who commended the old students for reaching out to the students of the school, used the occasion to ask for more assistance
Both Balogun and the school’s principal, called on the students of the school to make good use of the computers to better their life.
Also speaking at the event, the National president of the association, Prince Leke Okubule, commended the 81/82 set for the development they brought to the school, and said he will ensure that other set of the association will follow suit.
He equally called on the students of the school to protect and take adequate care of all that were provided by the old students.

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