Sanwo-Olu Reiterates Commitment To Teachers’ Capacity Building, Welfare

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State has said his administration would continue to prioritise welfare and capacity building of teachers, to enable them to effectively mould the future of children.

The Governor made the remark on Wednesday at the inauguration of an 18-classroom block at Ijaiye-Ojokoro Senior High School, Ifako-Ijaiye, Lagos.

He said: “It is a thing of great pride to note that our students and teachers have continued to win laurels and medals in recognition of their outstanding performances among their peers both at the state and national levels.

“I am pleased to note that our investment in education and the future of our children have continued to yield the desired outcome through the improved performances of Lagos State public school students and pupils in national examinations and competitions.

“I assure our students, hardworking and committed teachers, of our commitment to do more in our second tenure to improve significantly on the already high standard that we have set in our public schools’ system.”

Sanwo-Olu who was represented by his Deputy Chief of Staff, Gboyega Soyannwo said the project was created for use of students and teachers, being an affirmation of the administration’s commitment to the provision of a conducive environment for learning and teaching in public schools.

“These facilities will address the challenge of the inadequacy of infrastructure and move our education sector towards attaining global standards for effective learning and teaching,” he said.

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