The Student Union President of Tai Solarin University of Education, Senator Olamide Adeboun yesterday congratulate all final year students of the University for the successful completion of their Teaching Practices via a Facebook Post.

Facebook and other social media platform was overloaded yesterday as the 400 Level Students shut down the social media with pictures and words expressing their joy finishing a seven (7) month teaching practice.

It is certain that this overwhelming action was due to the long period the teaching practices exercises took due to the extension of the exercise as a result of Academic Staff Union of Universities 3 month Strike.

Bellow is the President Congratulations message

*TASUEDSU CONGRATULATE ALL 400LEVEL STUDENTS ON THE SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF TEACHING PRACTICE EXERCISE.*

The last Seven Months have been critically engaging, occupied and seriously on lock down of engagements for 400level students of our dear University who have been on Teaching Practice Exercise in various elementary schools of learning. It appears like an endless journey but we give glory to God as it ends today.

The *Students’ Union* join TASUEDITES at large to welcome them all back to campus and wish they record successful assessment.

The *Students’ Union* specifically commend our Teaching Practice Students for their humane, sane and rational conducts at their respective schools of practice.

We acknowledge that they have all project the name of the University on the good and laudable side.

Also, all *TASUEDITES* feel proud of them for their professional conducts and display of proficiency in their course of duties, they have all displayed the outstanding traits and virtues of our dear University.

The leadership of the *Emancipation Era led Sen. Olamide Adeboun* wish them all the best as they continue the last semester for them as students in the University.

*God bless us all.*

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*SIGNED:*
*SEN. ADEBOUN OLAMIDE*
*(DRIZZY)*
TASUEDSU PRESIDENT
2018/2019 ACADEMIC SESSION
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