Principal Hails Governor AbdulRazaq, SUBEB For Reviving Public Schools

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The Principal of the Government Day Junior Secondary School, Oja-gboro in Ilorin East local government area of Kwara State, Mr. Yusuf Abdullahi has commended Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for his untiring commitment and passion towards the provision of an improved, and functional education in the public schools.

Yusuf made the remarks at the end of the year’s programme and celebration of the retirement of one of the teachers in the school held at the premises of the school on Thursday.

“We once again commended our working Governor, Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for deeming it fit to pay the counterpart funds for the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), which later gave birth to many infrastructural developments in our schools and improved the quality of education in public schools.

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“No doubt, infrastructures in public schools have improved in recent times as well as teachers welfare.” he said

The principal who also lauded the outstanding achievements of the management of SUBEB under the leadership of Professor Sheu Adaramaja said : “Since the inception of Kwara in 1967, what Kwara SUBEB recorded within the last five years has never happened before.

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“For us to come first in the national competition and international competition gives that glory to the management at the SUBEB level, particularly Professor Sheu Adaramaja, who is the executive chairman. However, it’s not too surprising because he is an educationist and a born teacher. We are indeed moved by his performance.”

The principal expressed delight about the outstanding commitment of the staff of the school to their duties.

Yusuf later presented gifts to some outstanding staff and charged them to sustain the tempo.

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He called on the government and SUBEB to support the teachers on the area of in-service training, saying this would improve the service delivery of staff and keep them more updated on the subjects they teach.

In her remarks, the retiree, Mrs Motunrayo Hameed Olesin, gave thanks to God for ending it well after 35 years in service and advised her colleagues who are still in the service to always show commitment and dedication to duty.

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