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Lagos government commences sensitization to implore dropout back to school

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Lagos government commences sensitization to implore dropout back to school

AISHA ADESHINA

Lagos State government has begin public enlightenment campaign to educate School dropout especially young girls on the need to go back to school to complete their education for a better future.

Special adviser to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on education, Barrister Tokunbo Wahab, speaking during a sensitisation programme by his office in Amuwo-odofin local council to sensitize residents on the importance to re-enroll School dropout, entreat the girl child who dropped out of school as a result of early marriage, poverty, early pregnancy or other factors to take back to their education and learn vocation that would make them become entrepreneur and self-sufficient.


Lagos government commences sensitization to implore dropout back to school

He added, that in line with the state government’s vision for mass literacy for sustainable development, plans are set to build five new alternative schools in the state in addition to the one in agboju, education district 5.

The Special Adviser was represented at the street to street public enlightenment campaign by the chairman of the governing board of the alternative high school for girls Agboju, Mrs Funmilola Olajide, made it known that education remains a strong weapon to fight poverty and ignorance, adding that the vision for a new Lagos with education and technology in the six pillar development agenda of the state government could only be achieved when residents are well educated and enlightened.

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