Sanwo-Olu Promises Greater Rewards In Second Term

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State has reassured residents that his second term in office will bring even greater rewards, particularly in the education sector.

This commitment was underscored during the commissioning of the Oke-Odo Junior High School in the Education District IV, located in Ebute-Metta, Lagos Mainland.

The newly commissioned school stands as a testament to the administration’s unwavering dedication to providing conducive environments for learning and teaching in all public schools. It aligns with the THEMES agenda of the government, which prioritizes education as a key pillar.

With 15 blocks of classrooms, a laboratory, a staff room, a sick bay, principal and vice-principal offices, 36 toilets, and a multi-purpose sports facility catering to long tennis, volleyball, basketball, and badminton, the Oke-Odo Junior High School showcases the state’s commitment to comprehensive educational infrastructure.

Governor Sanwo-Olu highlighted that the commissioning of the school and other projects throughout the week were part of the activities planned for his second term’s inauguration. He expressed gratitude to Lagos residents for their support during the election and pledged to deliver good governance, assuring them that their trust would not be in vain.

Furthermore, the Governor revealed that 135 classrooms in public schools had been commissioned in the past three days alone. He urged Lagosians to take possession of these government assets and utilize them effectively.

Governor Sanwo-Olu emphasized that his administration would continue to prioritize investments in the education sector to ensure the future success of Lagos State public school students. He expressed confidence in the facilities’ ability to address infrastructure challenges and elevate the education sector to global standards of excellence in learning and teaching.

In addition to the educational focus, Governor Sanwo-Olu announced the administration’s decision to fix Cole Street in Ebute-Metta, showcasing a commitment to improving community infrastructure and the overall living conditions for residents.

Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folashade Adefisayo, commended the government’s efforts in enhancing the educational sector and acknowledged the positive impact of these initiatives on the state’s educational landscape.

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