The enormous needs in the education sector will be addressed with the continued collaboration of all stakeholders.
The deputy governor, Engineer Noimot Salako-Oyedele stated this on Friday at the commissioning of a block of three classrooms marking the 40th post school anniversary of the 783 set of African Grammar School, Abeokuta.
According to the deputy governor, old students associations play key roles in promoting education in the country by complementing the efforts of government at making teaching and learning interesting in schools.
Engineer Salako-Oyedele who lauded members of AFROGRAMS 783 set for remaining committed to the progress of their alma mata through the provision of infrastructure, 40 years after leaving the school, renewed the commitment of the Prince Dapo Abiodun-led administration to addressing the infrastructural deficit across schools in the state.
In a goodwill message,the AFROGRAMS 783 set president, Mr Oluwagbemiga Owolabi said the need to put in place enduring legacies for the benefit of the students necessitated the rehabilitation and furnishing of the block of 3 classrooms, saying the set will continue to support efforts at advancing the cause of the alma mata.#