Prof. Abayomi Arigbabu, Vice Chancellor of Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) in Ogun state, has blamed policymakers, education stakeholders and parents for the level of discrimation in educational careers.
Prof. Arigbabu stated that stakeholders should be held responsible for the effects of giving preference to some programmes at the expense of others.
The VC disclosed this at the 2019 edition of the Creative Arts Department Exhibition by the final year students of the department. He appealed to parents to give support to their children that are artistically inclined.
While inspecting various artworks by the outstanding students, the VC made it known that he was delighted with the works exhibited by the department.
According to the VC, the founding fathers of TASUED will be happy that their experiment turned out to be a success.
The brilliant students displayed various art works which include ceramics, sculpture, painting, textile and graphics.
The proud Vice Chancellor applauded the lecturers of the department for their dedication and commitment to quality and outstanding academic performance of the students.
He also commended the students for showcasing their works of art which he described as memorabilia. He assured the department of his continued support.
The Director, Centre for Vocational and Entrepreneurial Studies, Prof. Abiodun Banjo, in his remarks, described the exhibition as a celebration of culture and the best of such event in the South-West part of the country.