The Ajimobi-led Oyo state Government has shown it’s resolve to tackle headlong the decadence in the state’s educational sector.

Pragmatic steps such as the abolition of automatic promotion and the establishment of Schools Governing Board (SGB) for public secondary schools amongst others, have helped to revamp public secondary school education.

These policies are yielding positive results already; recently, the state was adjudged second best nationwide in the NECO external examination.

In the spirit of SGB and PPP which is the Ajumose concept to governance, BOVAS, a private oil and gas investor based in Oyo state has donated a block of six classrooms to the College of Agriculture and Technology, Igbo-Ora.

This donation will go a long way in making learning comfortable and more conducive for the students and their lecturers.

This is also a clarion call to other private business owners and the well to do in the society to contribute their quota to the development of the education in the state.

K’oyo leda Ajumose gbo gbo wa ni

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