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HID Tijani give education support to students, cash relief to private school teachers


The Executive Chairman of Ojokoro Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Hon. Hammed Idowu D. Tijani (HID) has given cash relief to private school teachers in Ojokoro LCDA and also sets the stage for pupils and students who will be writing exams in the month of August and beyond.

As he gives a compact disc containing all the revision of subjects taught in schools right from Primary school pupil and those at the secondary school most especially those writing the West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

The council boss so elated to see the teachers present and further said the council in her way to show we care for all and sundry irrespective of who their employers are.

“Today’s event will be a twin one as we will also be giving E-learning Revision Disc to all Public School students in Ojokoro Local Council Development Area. As we all know that schools are still under locks and keys except for our SSS3 students who will be writing their examination from August 17”.

“This is another way of our administration is showing we care to all and sundry irrespective of where we work and add value to the lives of our children”.

“In our own ways of showing we care, we are giving cash palliatives to our private school teachers to serve as a succour to you all and to cushioning the effect of this COVID19 on the teachers.”

Hon. HID Tijani on the flip side gave the students the details and contents of the compact disc given to the students as it contains all their subjects as it is stated in their scheme of works including history and current affairs.

“My beloved students, we see the need to keep you all abreast of your academics in this lockdown period and for you not to be left out, we have package current affairs and history, all your subjects as stated in your scheme of work in this compact disc, HID Tijani said.

He further wishes all students writing exams unprecedented success while admonishing them to desist from all forms of examination malpractice and other social vices.

“To all our SSS3 students, I urge you all to desist from examination malpractice and other things that are against the principles guiding the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE). Do not cheat and always take precautions as regards COVID19, maintain social distance, wash your hands regularly and stay away from school when you are having any symptoms that look like that of coronavirus”.

Also present at the event are the executive members, legislators management members and a host of other.


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