ODSG restates commitment to school upgrade

By Josephine Oguntoyinbo
The Ondo State Government has re-affirmed its commitment to continue to give priority to the infrastructural development of public schools across the state to make them conducive for both teaching and learning.

This was disclosed by the State Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Mr. Femi Agagu, while distributing relief materials to schools affected by rainstorm in the state recently, in Akure, the State  capital.

The Commissioner who was represented by the Permanent Secretary  of the Ministry, Mr. Akin Asaniyan described rainstorm as a natural disaster which is inevitable

He said the present administration under the leadership of Arakurin  Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has given the education sector  adequate priority in the past two years to enhance its functionality as well as technological growth.

Agagu  noted  that the relief materials will go a long way to cushion the effect of the damage caused by the rainstorm, adding that Government has invested so much in the procurement of relief materials to ensure that academic activities in  schools are not distrupted regardless of any unforeseen circumstances.

He therefore enjoined the principals of the schools to make Judicious use of the relief materials as the Ministry will embark on monitoring exercise to ensure their  judicious use .

Some of the principals who spoke to newsmen expressed  their gratitude to the state  government for coming to their aid through the provision of the relief materials, and therefore pledged their commitment  to duty towards ensuring positive results in the Education sector in the years ahead.

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