Special Needs Schools,Libraries Get Facelift In Ogun - EDU-BIZNEWS


Thursday, April 28, 2022

Special Needs Schools,Libraries Get Facelift In Ogun

Ogun State Government has concluded rehabilitation of its special school,Daniel Akintonde Model School and the famous Simeon Adebo library, both in Abeokuta, the state capital as well as  the Alhaja Salamotu Kuku library in  Ijebu-Ode 

The State Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Prof Abayomi Arigbabu who made this known in Abeokuta, says renovation at the remaining four other Special Needs Schools own by the government are ongoing.

Arigbabu added that reconstruction had commenced at other four State government own libraries 

According to him,  "the boys’ hostel at the Daniel Akintonde Model School, Abeokuta, which had been unhabitable before the beginning of the present administration is now habitable, due to the intervention of the present government, teaching and learning activities have been made easier for the children"

The commissioner pointed out that the newly renovated State libraries would be more accommodating for learners and readers, saying "there are improvements in the facilities and updates on reading materials available for people that are seeking more knowledge".

“The Governor is giving education a total package in the revitalisation agenda, we are not only renovating and refurbishing schools. but also taking care of the libraries",he stated.

"We want to encourage the readers and users, hence the facelift. Our special needs children too are being given adequate care through the provision of amenities that will make schools easier and comfortable for them”, Arigbabu explained.

Headteacher of the School, Mrs. Idowu Olubukola said the newly renovated hostel would help immensely in making life comfortable for the learners while applauding the Governor for the intervention in all the Special Needs Schools.


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