Ogun Education Resurrection: All students to pay compulsory donations of N3,700 - Gov Dapo Abiodun

A nation cannot grow beyond the level of it's intellectuals.

In view of building intellectuals, the present Governor of Ogun state, prince Oladapo Abiodun dim it for to resurrect the dead education sector of Ogun state in order to breed a Powerful generation (Elites) and not a powerless generation that are known to be illiterate.

The Ogun state government has ordered parents and guidances of students on its public secondary and technical colleges to pay compulsory donations of N3700 when school resumes for the 2019/2020 academic session.

This was contained in the circular with EDU.655/6 reference number and was dated 27th of August, 2019, issued by the Ogun state ministry of education, science and technology (Department of secondary education).

The circular was signed by the state Governor,  prince oladapo Abiodun for effective running to save generations from illiteracy bondage.

Below are the breakdown of the N3700 donations

Aside PTA levy, which is put at N600 on termly basis, each parent/guardian will also pay N500 for computer termly, 500 for insurance once a session, N300 termly for sport/jet/literary and (N1500 for school materials such as caps beret, badges and file jacket for new intakes only.

Reactions
- Awolowo made education to be free why can't you emmulate him and be the man of the people and the man against the people. - Leke

-Why are we talking as if we put the money in inside government purse. Ok how many of us are paying our tax regularly.

-Please, please, let us learn to invest in our future and not to spend on unnecessary thing, all 'aso ebi' must stop.

- See, you cannot value whatever you don't sweat or paid for.

- Education is still free, the tuition fees was not there only PTA support. Note, the referred education you called free was  only subsidized by some  people for many of us to go to school in order to eradicate illiteracy. Now is the turn of the PTA to start investing.


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