Basking in the euphoria of the very successful Inauguration of an e-library in Ekiti, Sterling bank MD SPEAKS


Still basking in the euphoria of the very successful inauguration of an e-library built by Sterling Bank Plc  bank at the College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti, EkitiState, The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, the  Bank , Mr. Yemi Adeola, has promised that the bank will continue to support educational institutions in the country with projects that would impact positively on students.
Adeola, stated this at the presentation of branded uniforms for street sweepers and highway managers in the state recently. Adeola, said the e-library would provide the students and other users with unlimited access to real time global educational resources that aid learning and research. The e-library project, he said was part of the bank’s contributions towards improving  the nation’s education sector under its ‘One Education’ initiative.

He added: "Sterling Bank is known for innovation in several areas. As it concerns Education which has become a major focus of the Bank, we believe our business is to enrich lives in innovative ways. When you invest in people especially young people, you are enriching their lives and they will in turn enrich the society."
On his part, Governor of Ekiti State, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, described the contribution of Sterling Bank to the development of education in the country as monumental and capable of lifting the standard of education in the country. The governor said the bank demonstrated a commitment to the repositioning of the education sector in the country in line with the goals of his administration.
Fayose said: "I want to commend Sterling Bank for the e-library project. This shows the commitment of Sterling Bank as a responsible corporate citizen of this country to support government at repositioning the education sector in the country. With this development, Sterling Bank has keyed into the landmark programmes of the Ekiti State government towards providing quality education to our children."
In her remarks, the Provost of the College, Prof. Francisca Aladejana, stated that with the e-library, the College has fulfilled one of the major requirements for which her academic programmes had been denied or granted interim accreditation in the recent past, by both the National Commission for Colleges of Education and the National Universities Commission.

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