Makinde To Refund Tuition Fees Collected By Ajimobi To Parents

  • Governor Makinde To Refund Tuition Fees Collected By Ajimobi To Parents
  • The Oyo State Commissioner of Education, Science and Technology, Prof. Daud Shangodoyin on the ongoing renovation of 100 state-owned schools

The Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde has plan to refund tuition fees collected by the former governor of the state, Abiola Ajimobi to parents.

Makinde said it is in the process of refunding N28 Million to parents and guardians who paid for forms and other expenses in state-owned secondary schools under the previous administration.

In his briefing EXCO meeting on Monday, the Commissioner for Education, Prof. Daud Shangodoyin, also maintained that pupils and students of public schools in the state would resume on Monday, September 1.

He noted that ahead of the resumption, the Ministry was set to distribute textbooks, exercise books and other education materials to all public schools starting from Wednesday, 11th September.

The commissioner added that his Ministry would hold the symbolic distribution of textbooks and exercise books on 13 subjects as well as a compendium of past questions and answers to students.

He said the distribution would commence at the Bishop Philips Academy, Iwo Road, Ibadan and in Igboho for Oke-Ogun zone.

The Commissioner added that the compendium would be distributed to students of private and public schools, noting that the customised exercise books were started and completed by the Makinde government.

He said: “We are taking stock of the teachers that we have. We have the mainstream teachers, the seconded teachers, the NPower, NYSC and PTA teachers, so we are in stock-taking to know how many teachers. We also want to know the distribution on the subjects.

“We also want to start off the extra-mural classes for SS3 students between Tuesday and Thursdays and weekends for them to be able to man the content of the syllabus. These are the plans we have for when school resumes on the 16th of September.”

The commissioner noted that the Ministry had made changes on the website of the Ministry, including the introduction help lines that citizens could call to contact the Ministry on developments that need urgent attention, noting that there were plans that will allow private schools use the Ministry’s resources through the website.

Shangodoyin also said that the Ministry would sensitise principals and school managers on the policies of the Government so that they would key into the education development plans of the Government, while it would also meet with heads of tertiary institutions in the state.

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