OYOSUBEB Seeks Partnership With New Local Councils'Chairmen To Boost Basic Education - EDU-BIZNEWS


Friday, May 24, 2024

OYOSUBEB Seeks Partnership With New Local Councils'Chairmen To Boost Basic Education

Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (OYOSUBEB) has appealed to the 33 Local Government Chairmen to look into ways of collaborating with the board to enhance the quality and standard of  basic-education sector in the state 

Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Aderemi who made the appeal while congratulating the newly elected Chairmen, who were sworn-in on Friday, added that the collaboration would promote efficient and effective learning in public primary schools in the State.

Adeniran expressed confidence on the readiness of the local councils' chairmen to further improve on the standard of basic education based on his personal discussion with most of them 

The SUBEB boss described the Local Government Chairmen as vital in influencing their constituents to embrace government policies and programmes in the education sector.

He added that swearing-in of the Chairmen, who are key stakeholders, is very timely, as the Board will ensure seamless partnership in all Local government areas.

Adeniran attributed their success in the last poll, to the good record of Governor Seyi Makinde, which proceeded the polls.

He therefore urged them to take a cue from the Governor and the ruling party in the State, by enacting policies that will enhance developnent at the grassroots.

Adeniran said, “It is a sign of good things to come. I congratulate the newly sworn-in Chairmen, and I appeal for a better collaboration with all of them.”

“Your victories were made possible by the good leadership in the State and the unending development, that the masses have fallen in love with. I urge you to take a cue from Mr. Governor and leave lasting legacies in your various LGAs.” 

Recall that candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) won the chairmanship position in all the 33 Local Government Areas in the council election held last month in Oyo State.

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