Education

Oyo SUBEB Chairman inspect Schools in Ibadan

…promises OYSG would overhaul security in public schools
 
The Oyo State Government has addressed the issue of insecurity in public schools across the state, reporting that challenges such as theft of furniture and destruction of facilities in schools would be curbed greatly by the Seyi Makinde administration.

The Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr Nureni Adeniran said this while inspecting selected Primary schools within Ibadan today.

Dr Adeniran remarked that the repositioning and transformation agenda of Governor Seyi Makinde led-administration in the Education sector would also guarantee the overhaul of security in the sector so that teachers and students are in conducive environments.

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While he was displeased at the state of some facilities met in public schools after the lock-down, Adeniran promised that the Oyo State Government has plans of security in public schools, to prevent vandalization of properties in schools.

He noted that “we would put the security of these schools on the front burner. This would forestall theft of furniture and other classroom items, which most teachers complained about”.

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Adeniran commended teachers for their dedication and commitment to duty and pleaded with them to ensure adequate preparation of pupils in the State, towards their common entrance examination.

“The essence of re-opening schools for those in Pry 6 pupils is for teachers to prepare them adequately for their forthcoming exams. I appeal to you teachers to do this without prejudice.”

The Executive Chairman vowed that the Seyi Makinde administration would leave no stone unturned in ensuring that necessary facilities and teaching aids are made available at schools.

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Adeniran also expressed happiness about the adherence of teachers and students to the strict COVID-19 Protocols.

Dr Adeniran who was accompanied by the Executive Secretary, Mr Olusanjo Adeniyi and other officials of the Board visited OLGC Primary School, Odo-Okun, IMG Mokola, C&S New Eden Pry. School, Mokola and IMG Oje-Igosun and would also visit schools outside Ibadan tomorrow.

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