- Calls For Caution in the Distribution of the Bags
- Thanks Headteachers for the Support They have been giving his Administration.
Hon. Fatai Adekunle Ayoola, the Executive Chairman of Ajeromi-Ifelodun LGA in Lagos on Friday, June 1, 2018, distributed well over 1,000 school bags to pupils in his local government.
The exercise which was flagged off in his Chambers had in attendance, Ajeromi-Ifelodun Head of Administration, Mrs. Ikoforiji as well as other cabinet members of the Ayoola administration.
In his speech, FAA thanked the teachers for the support they have been giving his administration since July, stating that his administration with the Lagos State Government is out give education a facelift.
“We are building schools in Ajeromi-Ifelodun and ICT Centres right now,” he began.
“We are also building school desks and benches to enhance the quality of education in Ajeromi-Ifelodun.”
To the head teachers he encouraged them to ensure proper utilization of the bags and protect the interest of the children.
“We don’t want to see these bags in Ibadan; justice should be done to the bags and they should not be found in wrong hands.”
Mrs. Ikoforiji in her closing remarks appreciated all the teachers stating that she is also a teacher.
“We are going to give the bags out to all the 58 schools as the Lagos State government is committed to better education in Ajeromi-Ifelodun LGA and the State as a whole.”
Hon. Aboluwodi, Education Secretary appreciated the Executive Chairman and his cabinet members for the kind gesture.
“I want him to keep it up, more is expected from you. I am here to defend you in the area of Education”
He stated that Hon. Fatai Adekunle Ayoola has been working, citing examples of schools he has built and still building since he assumed office 10 months ago.
It would be recalled that upon assumption of office in July, Hon. Fatai Adekunle Ayoola, embarked on distribution of 200 GCE forms, mathematical sets and customized school books.
Recently, he has completed construction of Z.I. Primary School, Akere, Muslim Primary School and now, Z.I. Junior Secondary school is nearing completion with an ICT Centre, Library and a football pitch. Father Sadiku Primary School and St. Mary’s Primary School in Abukuru are two other schools that are undergoing construction.