• 23 May 2022 6:53 pm


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Taking education ideals up the pedestal with both basic items and essential gadgets, Bldr Sesan Daini (Executive chairman, Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA) once again hoisted the bar, catering to public schools across his entire local community development area
Hosting institutional administrators at the Methodist primary school in Igbogbo on the 18th of March 2022, the council boss wowed his pedagogy sector by distributing 700 Chairs & Desks, 120 White Marker Boards Plus 10 Mowers for Grass Cutting to all Primary Schools in his wards
A panorama that indicates embracing methods to improve standards of schooling, with good governance as the pointer displayed by the council chief, the move has obtained high applause from both bureaucrats and stakeholders around the communities
The ceremony played host to Hon Saka Nurudeen Solaja, Mr Saheed Ibikunle, ward chairmen, Excos, community leaders, LGEA delegates, Hon Nurudeen Okejina, Hon Gbenga Oshin, Hon Akeem Sholawon, Princess Basirat Banjoko, Mr Ade Anifowoshe amongst other prestigious personalities
In his statement, Bldr Daini intimated the guests present on the essence of executing the educational projects, “What we’re doing here today is our commitment to our responsibility as stated in the Constitution of the federal republic of Nigeria which is to take care of the primary education in our area”
“In Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA, we have 12 primary schools, and we’re working to ensure education is thoroughly promoted because that is the foundation of knowledge. If our children can get it right at the primary level, we’re sure that 80% to 90% will get it right in both their secondary and tertiary stage”
“Am a product of public school and I can attest to the fact that public schools provide the best capable hands to groom a child. Public schools is not about how much comes to your pocket at the end of the month, but the level of the impact made, which requires more dedication and commitment. Though am not taking anything away from the impact of our private schools
The chairman further asserted that the benevolence support is to project the THEMES Agenda of Governor Sanwo-Olu in bringing back the old glory that public schools offer to children
He continued, “the Governor is equally doing his best for education at the state level. Before today we’ve met with all 12 administrators across the LCDA to ascertain their requests and requirements which they provided. Some requested for classrooms (which we’re improving gradually), some requested for desks and chairs, some requested for the change of blackboards to white marker boards to enhance their teaching (which we’re fulfilling today). The mowers are also distributed for schools to cut their grasses and make the environment conducive for vocational activities”
“This accomplishment is part of our promises during the elections to support teachers and students alike in boosting up our educational system in Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA”
“Construction of toilets has also been awarded for four schools to be well structured as soon as possible, and we’re presently working to ensure that Oluodo community (in ward C1 of Igbogbo Baiyeku) gets a primary school due to the distance encountered by children coming from that axis since 1980”
On stipends for teachers, the chairman expanded that monthly compensation will be issued
“To bolster the allowances coming to the schools from SUBEB, we also resolve to sum up to that payment from the council which the first instalment of that package will be released today” Bldr Daini Concluded
Mr Saheed Ibikunle (Member, SUBEB) complimented the efforts of the council boss, expressing utmost admiration towards the administration’s level of dynamic leadership
Mr Ibikunle proceeded, “Education is essentially the key, and am proud that Bldr Sesan Daini’s led administration is doing all it can in Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA to support and enhance this sector”
“To the schools, I want to strongly urge them to conserve and effectively utilise every items and gadget that has been disseminated to them with good maintenance culture”
“Without stirring words, what the council has done today will go a long way to upgrade the schools, enhance teaching assessment and improve the learning capacity and attitudes of our students” Mr Ibikunle asserted
Hon Saka Nurudeen Solaja (Representing Ikorodu constituency 2 at the Lagos state house of Assembly) post-presentation of Mowers to schools encouraged teachers to up their game in dishing out knowledge based on the assistance given them by the council
He continued, “Even to the parents, they’re not left out, it is a collective responsibility, while the government is striving its best to heighten educational activities, the parents should assure that proper foundation is also laid for these children to make them better leaders in the future”
“I must earnestly commend Bldr Sesan Daini for a job well-done” Hon Saka Solaja complimented


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