By Oluwatosin Maliki
The Osun State government promised on Monday that education projects in the State would be beneficial to all indigenes of the state.
This statement was made during the inauguration of the rehabilitated block of four classrooms at Isale-Imole Community Primary School, Ilobu Irepodun LGA, facilitated by the Osun Community and Social Development Agency (CSDA).
The Governor Ademola Adeleke, represented by the Commissioner for Rural Development and Community Affairs, Ganiyu Olaoluwa, stated that the government’s efforts would help motivate students to learn in a conducive environment and improve school enrollment.
Therefore, he charged the community and the school authority to ensure adequate adherence to maintenance and sustainability of the projects such that generations yet unborn will benefit from it.
The CSDA General Manager, Aderonke Funmi Abokede, said the agency would continue to improve the school facilities of Community Primary School through the agency under the COVID-19 Recovery and Economic Stimulus program (Osun Cares), a World Bank intervention programme.
Furthermore, she emphasised that the inauguration was made possible because of the funding provided by the governor.