.Paperwork hinders commencement of construction works – Mayor Dele Oshinowo
• Assures of adequate security measures to forestall burgling of school facility
In its ongoing effort to make education a vehicle of progress the next generation, today, Agboyi-Ketu LCDA under the political leadership of Mayor Dele Oshinowo has declared his administration’s intention to commence the rehabilitation of dilapidated school buildings at Pastor Adegboyega Nursery and Primary School,Ketu.
The council helmsman said delay experienced in commencing works was a result of perfection of the paperwork, stressing that there were bureaucratic processes involved in spending tax payers’ money for developmental projects .
Inspecting the dilapidated school buildings alongwith top council officials, the chairman assured that his administration will make government owned schools conducive for learning.
“From inception, the sincere effort of our administration to transform the LCDA is well-established, it is against this backdrop that we have invested massively in the educational sector”
“With the citizen’s suppport, our administration has constructed several classroom blocks in some government owned schools, notably at Alapere and Irepodun Nursery and Primary Schools.”
“Likewise, we have periodically distributed educational materials to pupils, yearly distribution of GCE forms to indigent students, presentation of bursary awards to under-graduate students among many landmark projects”
Enthusing while on inspection, the chairman recalled that the second quarter plan of last year which was coordinated by the people’s choice through social media platforms gave rise to the construction of school buildings and rehabilitation of dilapidated ones in the LCDA, which he affirmed that the local council under his steership has fulfilled.
He further stated that while the second quarter plan was implemented last year, the state of the school, Pastor Adegboyega Nursery and Primary School was a bit conducive for learning during the period.
He, therefore,assured that the school would be repaired timely in order to return academic life in a serene environment.
Finally, the chairman posited that the era of burglary of the school facilities by scavengers and crimimal elements will be addressed, promising henceforth that adequate security measures will be put in place to forestall future occurrences.