Osun requires private sector to participate in education

Osun state governor, Mr Adegboyega Oyetola has called for the supports of private sectors to improve the standard of education in the state.

He revealed that the administration had place more value on education because education is the bedrock of any developed society and this will require a lot of funds, emphasizing that the partnership was needed to help meet with the needed funds.

The governor said his administration had commenced the construction of prototype modern schools in replace of the huge mega schools across the state. The governor who was able  represented by Chairman of Local Government Service Commission, Tunde Adedeji, spoke at the donation of 75,000 books to selected schools in Osun, Oyo, Ondo and Ekiti states by the Goke Oyedeji Humanitarian Outreach, held at the Gbogan Odeomu Grammar School.

Mr Tunde Adedeji stressed that their administration has done so much in the areas of education, health and infrastructural development.

Dr Oluagbemiga Famojuro said the books would help enhance quality education in the benefiting states. He further stated that their plan was to make the donation circulate to different part of the country which they hope to cover in due time.

 In his finally remark he said with the aid of  technology the benefiting countries could store their national examinations, lesson schemes of the teachers among others and could be connected to without internet. He called for support to enable his team carry out this project as planned

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