Osun directs colleges to start recitation of reintroduced nationwide anthem

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The Osun State Government has directed private and non-private colleges within the state to start out reciting “Nigeria, We hail thee” the returned outdated nationwide anthem not too long ago authorised by President Bola Tinubu.

The instruction was contained in a launch signed by Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Murtala Jimoh obtained in Osogbo on Friday.

Tinubu on Wednesday signed the National Anthem invoice looking for to return the outdated nationwide anthem ‘Nigeria, We hail thee’ into legislation.

In the discharge by the state authorities, Jimoh directed that every one colleges within the state ought to make sure that they begin reciting the returned Anthem throughout their morning meeting.

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The Permanent Secretary by means of the discharge subsequently urged “all heads of schools in both private and public schools to ensure their pupils/students learn the Anthem and begin to sing it henceforth.”

The assertion learn, “The Federal Government not too long ago authorised a brand new National Anthem for the nation, it’s subsequently pertinent for colleges throughout Osun State to adjust to this directive.

“As a consequence, all heads of colleges in each private and non-private colleges ought to guarantee compliance of their varied colleges.

“It is expected that it is the new Anthem that should be rendered during their various morning assemblies and this should be done as a matter of duty.”

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