Every Nigeria Children Must Have Assess To Quality Education - Dapo Abiodun - The People's Voice


Thursday, January 12, 2023

Every Nigeria Children Must Have Assess To Quality Education - Dapo Abiodun

By Afolasade Owotutu, Abeokuta

Governor of Ogun State has appeals to all stakeholders in the country to ensure that every Nigeria Children have assess to quality and standard education.
Dapo Abiodun made this known during official flag off of National campaign on out of school children, (collaboration between federal ministry of education and Ogun State Government) at Obas complex, Oke Mosan, Abeokuta.

Abiodun explained that, his administration has formulate a policy that will allowed our children to have assess to good education and its our responsibilities to key into Government policy by ensuring that all children's were in school.

He said, its the Southwest region of Nigeria that first has assess to education before any other regions because of a single person, late sage Chief Jeremiah Obafemi Awolowo. And Ogun State remains the education capital of this country.

While thanking honourable minister of Education of state Rt. Hon. Goodluck Nana Opia and his team for bringing gift for Ogun State children's.

In his key note address Honourable Minister for state education Rt. Hon. Good luck Nana Opia commend Ogun State Government for transformation witnesses in Educational sectors of Ogun State.

Opia, said after this campaign any students fund out of school or on the road will be arrested and prosecuted under the law, because the policy of federal government will returned all children's back to school.

Also, appealing to all stakeholders to work together and ensure our society is save and crime free.

According to Commissioner for Education Prof. Abayomi Arigbabu said it's very important to set in campaign against school Children out school. 

Arigbabu added that this we give them assess to have the accurate statistics of school children out of school in Ogun State, Southwest region and Nigeria atlarge.

Saying that the program have launched in eleven states in Nigeria and Ogun State is now twelve state.

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