• Charges Head-teachers to enlighten their wards on the new legacy for Education in AJIF LGA
  • As school heads sends SOS to Hon. Fatai Adekunle Ayoola

 

  • Fakunle Sheriff Ekundayo reports

 

  • Tuesday, June 11, 2019.

 

Supervisor for Education in Ajeromi-Ifelodun Local Government Area, Hon. Saheed ‘Ojabe’ Ojora visited Public Pry Schools on Monday, ahead of the formal launch of Ayoola 400 Kids Club in July 2019.

 

The enterprising Supervisor who was accompanied by the Special Assistant on Education, Hon. Sheriff Akinpelu made a first stop at Local Authority Pry School {L.A.}, close to Onibaba Street where he was received by the Headmaster, Mr. Ashogbon A.O.

 

While disclosing the purpose of his visit, Hon. Saheed Ojora said it was important Public Pry schools in Ajegunle benefit from the new Library and ICT project initiated by the Executive Chairman, Hon. Fatai Adekunle Ayoola.

 

He explained further: “We need to prepare our pupils for academic and social exposure with the use of our ICT centre and Library to develop their literacy skills.”

 

He said the Library will make adolescents imbibe the reading culture because subjects that are thoughts in classrooms shall be corroborated with reading times.

 

Hon. Saheed Ojora also hinted that each school comprising of twenty {20}, shall choose twenty pupils each for the ICT and Library project. And that topics such as Civic education, Basic science, History of Nigeria, History of Lagos and History of Ajegunle shall form part of the contents for the handbook that would be presented as souvenirs for kids on the day of the formal launch.

 

“There will be presentation of audio and visual DVD that will contain training on Phonetics, Child protection and Mannerism, for these pupils to take home to watch and learn from,” he added.

 

Some of the Head-teachers in the Pry schools visited who expressed delight on the new project, said their pupils had been subjected to visiting other schools to learn computer skills. According to Mrs. Igwe C.I, Head-teacher of African Pry School, Ago-Hausa, she claimed that her school does not have computer classrooms, thereby making her wards to go and learn from other schools with computer training centres.

 

“Our pupils have been subjected to walking long distance in order to attend computer classes in other schools,” she said.

She was of the opinion that with availability of computer sets in the school will boost knowledge of pupils in the school.

 

Hon. Saheed Ojora appealed to some of the Head-teachers during his visit to write a letter of assistance through the Education Secretary, and to the Executive Chairman Hon. Fatai Adekunle Ayoola, for onward review of repair of damaged facilities and provision of basic education materials to Public Pry schools in AJIF LGA.

 

“Once I got your letter through the Executive Secretary {E.S.}, I will forward it to the Executive Chairman, Hon. Ayoola for further review,” he said.

 

Other Public Pry schools visited includes African Pry School, Ago-Hausa, Ayodele Pry School, off Mba-Cardoso road, Unity Pry School and Cardoso Pry School, off Cardoso road.