Reciprocate govt. gestures with diligence, discipline – Perm-Sec tells Lagos students



Lagos State  Government has charged its students and teachers to reciprocate its commitment and passion for education development with hard work and discipline.

The government gave the charge as primary and secondary schools in the state resume for  the 2024/2024 academic session.

The Permanent Secretary in Lagos State Ministry of Basic Education, Mr Abayomi Abolaji, gave the charge while leading a team  from the ministry on an inspection tour of schools on Monday

Mr Ganiu Lawal, Assistant Director of Public Affairs in Lagos State Ministry of Education, made this known in a statement he issued on Tuesday in Lagos.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that all public schools and most private schools in the state resumed on Monday.

“The Governor of Lagos State, Mr Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, is  committed to leaving a legacy of quality education in Lagos State.

“The various interventions of the state government in concretising quality teaching and learning will be sustained while additional infrastructure will be provided where necessary,” Abolaji said.

Abolaji, who welcomed  students and teachers into the new academic session, said that Sanwo-Olu was passionate about the welfare of the students and teachers.

“Mr Governor’s desire  is to ensure that all students in schools in the state receive good education in a good environment.

” This is evident with  over 1,400 education infrastructure delivered across the state.

These projects are evenly distributed across the LGAs and LCDAs.

” There is hardly any school that is not touched with either a new school building, new classroom block, hostels, security structures, school fence, toilets furniture or boreholes,” he said.


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