Category: Oyo State State Universal Basic Education Board

Oyo Govt. Tasks Education Secretaries on Discipline, Morals in Schools

…Hints on Redistribution of Teachers

The Oyo State Government has urged Education Secretaries to strive to impart discipline and sound morals within their Local Government Universal Basic Education Authorities for the overall good of the State.

The Government equally stressed the importance of the State’s religious diversity and the need to tolerate one another.

The Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran, who gave the advice at a meeting with Education Secretaries today, said their duties were not just about academics, but as vehicles for instilling moral values in their subordinates.

The Executive Chairman noted that Education Secretaries, their teaching and non-teaching staff must be disciplined, in order to be able to impart sound morals and discipline in school children.

Adeniran also said the Oyo State through the Board, will not tolerate religious intolerance.

He added that no religious bigotry will be tolerated in the State public schools.

He observed that every religion and law protects the life of every citizen, adding that no pupil must be coerced into a belief system he/she finds unpersuasive.

“It is important that each Education Secretary must be self-disciplined, otherwise they will lose the right to discipline others, as immediate role models to others”.

Dr. Adeniran, while commenting on the scarce number of teachers in public schools, hinted on a possible redistribution of teachers across the State.

The Education administrator who noted that there is an urgent need to correct the lopsidedness of teachers’ deployment in Oyo State, added that an intra-local Government distribution will aid Education in the State.

He therefore charged each Education Secretary to compile lists of teachers in each school under their supervision, as well as the enrollment in each school.

The OYOSUBEB boss warned Education Secretaries and teachers against extortion or imposition of unauthorised levies on students, noting that offenders would be sanctioned.

Dr. Adeniran reiterated that the Oyo State Government would not condone any corrupt practices by any Education Secretary or head teacher.

Adeniran, who also hinted that the Oyo State Government has completed hundreds of school projects across all Local Governments, added that the Oyo State Government will soon embark on completion of some abandoned projects.

He said most of the projects were abandoned by contractors hired by the past administration in the State.



Media Team, 

Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board.

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Oyo Govt. Inaugurates 33 Education Secretaries, Warns Against Abuse of Office

The Oyo State Government, on Friday inaugurated Education Secretaries across the 33 Local Government areas of the State, warning them not to abuse the privileges of the office.

Inaugurating the secretaries on behalf of the State Governor, in Ibadan, the Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, OYOSUBEB, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran implored them to improve education quality in their localities and reduce the number of out-of-school children.

He appreciated Governor Seyi Makinde for deeming it fit to appoint the new Education Secretaries across the 33 Local Government Universal Basic Education Authorities in the State.

While he warned that there would be sanctions, for any form of abuse, Dr. Adeniran said the State Universal Basic Education Board has laid a very strong and solid foundation for the new Education secretaries in the areas of infrastructural development, manpower upliftment of both teaching and non-teaching staff.

He added that the Board has raised the bar for learning process for both formal and non-formal learners, welfare and training of teachers and ensuring well-orchestrated primary school administration.

Adeniran, also charged all the Education Secretaries to be “high-fliers“ in subject content mastery, knowledge and skills that would guarantee prudence, accountability and transparency in their new appointments.

“You, as Education Secretaries, are now well positioned to build on the existing foundation and even add value where it is necessary”, he said.

He admonished them to work hard for the success of the education sector with their new appointments, saying “so that at the end of it all, your names will be written in gold among those that have immensely contributed to the success of this administration”.

Dr. Adeniran said he is convinced that their appointment was in recognition of their capacity, capability and contributions over the years to the development of education in the State.

“With you a new era of primary school administration and leadership has, once again, been ushered in. In addition, you are expected to work very hard at your jurisdiction to complement the efforts of the State Universal Basic Education Board in particular and the Universal Basic Education Commission in general”.

He urged them to buckle up for the few challenges they may face, saying they must deal with them accordingly in line with the dictum that ‘there are no insurmountable challenges’.

Dr. Adeniran also charged them to take charge of the general administration of the LGUBEA, ensuring effective monitoring of school activities within the LGUBEA.

Adeniran however called for strict compliance with the rules of engagement, so that the whole system will be run as envisioned for the benefit of the State and pupils/learners who are supposed to be the future leaders.

“You are expected to exercise strict caution when making decisions and always seek clearance and advice from the Board on grey areas in order to avoid embarrassment and mistakes that could be costly while running your office. It is my fervent prayer that you succeed in all your undertakings and endeavours during your tenure as Education Secretaries within your various jurisdictions”.

Speaking earlier, Board member, Akeem Oladeji, opined that their appointment was a deliberate action and a clarion call for them to join the present enviable train of education administration, as exemplified in the State to be in tandem with the four (4) cardinal agenda and focus of this present Administration led by Engr. Seyi Makinde, of which education is listed.

Also, a Part-time member of the Board, Folasade Ajala admonished them to be focused, dedicated and loyal to the present administration that considered them worthy.

The Chairman, Nigeria Union of Teachers, Com. Raji Oladimeji, assured the Board and the new Secretaries of the Union’s support and cooperation.

He also congratulated the new Education Secretaries on their well-deserved appointment as Education Secretaries across the 33 LGUBEAS of the State.

Responding on behalf of the Education Secretaries, Morenike Adeniran, from Ibadan South-West Local Government thanked the Governor for the rare opportunity and deeming it fit to appoint them.

She also appreciated the SUBEB boss for turning the tides of the Board with the new development.



Media Team,

Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board.

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2023: “Education Enjoys the Second Largest Allocation in Oyo” – OYOSUBEB Chair, Dr. Adeniran

The Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran, has affirmed that Education has the second largest allocation in the proposed 2023 Budget presented by his Principal, Governor Seyi Makinde.

Speaking on a live programme on the State’s Broadcasting station recently, Adeniran said with a budget of fifty-eight billion, two hundred and thirteen million, nine hundred and eighty-one thousand, two hundred and sixty-seven naira, eighty-seven kobo (N 58,213,981,267.87), the Government has recorded an unprecedented affection for education.

He said Governor Seyi Makinde has maintained an unbroken record of allocating huge funds for the overhaul of the sector, especially the basic education sub-sector he supervises.

His words, “Governor Makinde’s record of allocating funds for education conforms to UNESCO standards of 15-20% of the budget. In fact, this time, Education is 18.78% of the total budget proposal”.

Speaking further, Dr. Adeniran lauded the Seyi Makinde led administration, which has consistently maintained an 18-22% budgetary allocation.

He insisted that this has helped the State in regular payment of the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) counterpart funding and received matching grants, “enabling us to execute numerous projects in the education sector”.

“Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (Oyo SUBEB), has so far completed over 56 model schools and constructed and renovated over 700 classroom blocks across Oyo State among other projects”, he affirmed.

He therefore appealed to residents of the State to re-elect Governor Seyi Makinde for a second term, saying his efforts to make Oyo better could be further actualised with continuity.




Media Team,

Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board.

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453 Local Contractors Bid for 2020/2021 UBEC/SUBEB School Projects in Oyo

…Oyo State has accessed all the accrued funds till date – Adeniran

 …UBEC attests to the Oyo Govt’s commitment to Education 

 No fewer than 453 local contractors on Thursday participated in an open bidding for the construction/renovation of public schools and other facilities recently advertised by the Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (OYOSUBEB).

 The Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr Nureni Aderemi Adeniran, said the bids were for 2020/2021 FGN-UBEC-SUBEB’s infrastructural renewal and educational development projects.

 He added that the bid, conducted in the presence of the contractors and few Government officials at the premises of the Board, followed Governor Seyi Makinde’s directive about Government contracts adhering to public procurement process for transparency and accountability.

 Dr. Adeniran said a total of Two Hundred and Twenty-three (223) projects were bidded for under the FGN-UBEC-SUBEB’S intervention project. 

 Applauding the present administration’s efforts in the Education sector, Adeniran noted that in spite of the State Government’s spending on various developmental projects in the areas of Health, Road construction, Agriculture, Social Welfare and a host of others which have been yielding positive results, the Board has also been able to roll out four years Intervention Projects in three years of assumption of office.

 “His Excellency’s resilience in resuscitating the ailing standard of education in the State is highly commendable”, he said.

 “This can be unequivocally stated as an unparalleled achievement that needs to be applauded”, Adeniran added.

 He stressed that the annual intervention fund runs to billions of naira which is jointly and equally contributed by the State and Federal Governments for the development of Basic Education in the State. 

 Adeniran hinted that Oyo State has accessed all the accrued funds till date, saying “it should be accentuated that our State is doing brilliantly well in terms of developmental projects”. 

 Dr. Adeniran appreciated the State Director-General, Bureau of Public Procurement and her team for their ethical proficiency in ensuring and sustaining the best practices of Public Procurement Act.

 He also applauded the efforts of the Executive Secretary, Universal Basic Education Commission in facilitating free and qualitative Basic Education in a conducive learning environment for every Nigerian child, irrespective of their location in the entire country.

 Speaking at the bid opening exercise, the representative of Universal Basic Education Commission, Dr. (Mrs) Aisha Abdul attested to the Oyo State Government’s commitment and passion to the Basic Education sector.

 She applauded the efforts of the Board in ensuring transparency, fairness and accountability, which has not been compromised.

 She appealed to the successful contractors to follow the contract modalities and regulations guiding the projects.

 The Projects bidded for include:

  • Construction of a block of 4 classrooms: 15
  • Construction of a block of 3 classrooms: 46
  • Construction of ECCDE Pilot Centres: 5

(iv) Construction of Perimeter Fence: 7

  • Renovation of blocks of classrooms: 53
  • Sinking of borehole: 39
  • Sinking of deep well: 2
  • Procurement of Furniture which has been broken into 56 lots (total of 8533 desks & benches as well as 502 pairs of teachers’ tables and chairs).

 The event was witnessed by representatives of the Federal Ministry of Education; Bureau of Public Procurement; Oyo State Ministry of Education, Science and Technology; Nigeria Institute of Quantity Surveyors; Nigeria Society of Engineers.

 Others present were Nigerian Institute of Architects; Nigeria Institute of Estate Surveyors and Valuers; and Ministry of Budget and Economic Planning.



 Hon. Wasiu Olatubosun, Ph.D.,

Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism,

Oyo State.

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BESDA: OYOSUBEB Distributes Writing Materials to 1,200 Schools in Oyo

A total of 1,200 schools in Oyo State have received customized exercise books, writing and teaching materials through the Basic Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) programme.

The Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran said the beneficiaries were drawn from schools in the 21 Local Government Areas where BESDA subjects were being taught.

He made this known today, during a symbolic presentation of BESDA customized exercise books, writing and teaching material in Ibadan.

Adeniran said the Oyo State Government and its partners will not rest on their oars until quality education is sustained in the State.

“To acquire adequate knowledge for improvement of Basic Education in the State, World Bank/FGN/Universal Basic Education Commission and OYOSUBEB will not rest on their oars until quality is attained and sustained in the Educational system as Education remain the only legacy we can bequeath on younger generations for a sustainable development and for them to live a useful life and contribute meaningfully to the development of the country”, he said.

Adeniran added, “The learning tools, writing materials are valuable, to help pupils think about course materials, while encouraging them to grasp, organize and integrate prior knowledge with new concepts”.

He charged all Quality Assurance Officers and benefitting schools to ensure adequate use of the materials, in order to improve learning outcomes and strengthen the Educational system.

Dr. Adeniran said the Board was convinced to provide schools with required teaching materials for improved learning achievement rates.

The BESDA programme aims to improve literacy and strengthen accountability in basic education.

The event was witnessed by representatives of Association of Primary School Head Teachers of Nigeria (AOPSHON), Head Teachers, and pupils from the benefitting schools.




Media Team, 

Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board.

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World Teachers’ Day: Oyo Govt. Hints on Absorption of 2,000 Teachers into Post-Primary Sub-sector

…As NUT Awards Adeniran, Abdu-Raheem, Others

The Oyo State Government has approved the absorption of Two Thousand 2,000 Primary school teachers, initially seconded to the Post-Primary Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) in the State, during the previous administration of Senator Abiola Ajimobi.

This was revealed in Ibadan by the Chairman, TESCOM, Pastor Akinade Alamu today during the celebration of 2022 World Teachers’ Day.

The teachers, who teach in secondary schools across the State had appealed to the Oyo State Government to either regularize their appointments as TESCOM teachers or revert their appointment as Primary School teachers under the Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (OYOSUBEB).

The Chairman TESCOM said, absorption of the teachers into the post-primary sub-sector of Oyo State permanently is another sign of the present administration’s commitment to the development of education.

He equally revealed that the Oyo State Government has approved the next round of Promotions in the State Civil-service, adding that after necessary paperwork the exercise will commence.

Alamu however debunked insinuations that Oyo State took the 33rd position nationwide, after the just concluded West Africa Secondary School Examination.

The Chairman advised Politicians to desist from politicizing education in the State, saying that Education under Seyi Makinde has been progressing.

Speaking at the event, the Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Barr. Rahman Abiodun Abdu-Raheem appealed to teachers in the State to embrace the State Government’s efforts in improving the education sector.

He added that Oyo State Government will not rest on its oars in ensuring the education sector keeps soaring high.

“It is pertinent to re-emphasize it that the machinery of the State, ably led by His Excellency, Engineer Seyi Makinde, has the determination to transform the education sector”, he said.

Abdu-Raheem said the State Government unprecedentedly appointed 21 Permanent Secretaries/Inspectors General of Education and Permanent Secretaries/Tutors General to enhance effective monitoring of schools and service delivery.

He said Oyo State Government under Governor Seyi Makinde has put in place lots of activities in achieving his lofty ideas for the sector.

Also speaking the Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran said the Board will continue work for the welfare of teachers in the State.

“To whom much is given much is expected; therefore I appeal to you to key into the Government’s resolve to bring back the lost glory of the State in education, by making sure our children excel both in internal and external examinations”, he said.

He therefore charged them to have a clearer vision of the goal and support the Ministry of Education, TESCOM and OYOSUBEB in making sure Oyo remains top in the education sector.

Meanwhile, the Nigeria Union of Teachers, Oyo State Council, awarded nine distinguished personalities, from Oyo State.

According to the Chairman of the Union, Comrade Raji Oladimeji, the awards came on the heels of their exemplary leadership, dedication and unalloyed support to teachers’ welfare.

He commended the Oyo State Government’s various welfare packages that has encouraged teachers in remodelling the society and training students in the State.

While he pointed at the regular payment of teachers’ salaries and other entitlements, he also commended the distribution of free textbooks and exercise books in all schools.

The Awardees are: Ahmed Adeniyi Raji; the Chairman, OYOSUBEB, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran; the Head of Service, Alh. Amidat Ololade Agboola; Hon. Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Dr. Wasiu Olatubosun.

Others are, the Proprietor, Impact Medas Outfit, Mr. Owolabi Olade; Hon. Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Barr. Abdulrahmon Abdulraheem; the Chairman, Francis Adelowo Muyiwa Ameye Academic Foundation, Lagos, Arch. Francis Adelowo Muyiwa Ameye; Chairman, TESCOM, Pastor Akin Alamu and Special Adviser on Labour, Barr. Bayo Titilayo-Sodo.



Olamide Adeniji,

Head, Media Team,

Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board.

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No Recruitment Yet, Beware of Scammers, OYOSUBEB Warns Job Seekers

The Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, (OYOSUBEB) on Friday warned the public against an online advertisement suggesting that it has commenced recruitment exercises for the year 2022.

A statement by the Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran, described the advertisement as a scam.

Adeniran advised job seekers to be wary of fraudsters parading their social media platforms and websites as recruitment platforms for the State Government, adding that when all procedures have been completed, the Board will formally come on air to let intending applicants know.

Dr. Adeniran also stated that the Board would always carry out its genuine recruitment exercise through due process, “and not through the social media or any unofficial website.”

He said, the supposed advertisements did not in any way emanate from the Board, nor from any Oyo State Government representative.

Adeniran said: “The attention of the Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board has been drawn to a false advertisement purporting to be an ongoing recruitment exercise of the Board for the year 2022 on some social media platforms and websites.

“The Board hereby informs the general public that there is no such online recruitment as portrayed by the websites. The Board will recruit and procedures for recruitment are being put in place. When this is completed, we will formally announce it to the public”, he said.

“We hereby advise the general public against downloading any form online or paying anyone for any recruitment.

“Applicants should beware of fraudsters parading their websites as recruitment platforms for the council.

“The Board, when recruiting, will advertise through due process, which includes using National tabloids and not through any other website.”

Also, Dr. Adeniran has expressed dissatisfaction over the slow pace of work on some school projects in the State.

Adeniran worried that the multi-billion naira UBEC/SUBEB projects initiated to enhance the educational development in the State is already over-stretching its time-lapse.

The Chairman, who raised the concern during a meeting with the defaulting contractors in Ibadan, however, maintained that the Government would not hesitate to terminate the projects of contractors who have breached the contractual agreement, noting that majority of these projects were awarded by the past administration.



Olamide Adeniji,

Head, Media Team, 

Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board.


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Telecoms Company Seeks Collaboration with Oyo Govt. On Education

A Nigerian Multinational Telecommunications Company, Globacom, has expressed its readiness to collaborate with the Oyo State Government, to create robust technology-based education systems.

Speaking at the Office of the Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Ibadan, Globacom’s Regional Head, Public Sector Enterprise, Southwest, Mr. Adewale Adiatu stressed the importance of quality education and how it can help solve societal issues.

He therefore noted that collaboration between Globacom and the Oyo State Government in the public education sector of the State is paramount to the company.

He said, “at Globacom, we believe education is key, and we have come to seek collaboration with your board on e-learning and other school starter packs for pupils.”

“Globacom hopes the Board will utilize the science of learning we offer. We have E-learning packages and School data packs, where every pupil could attend classes remotely”, he added.

Reacting, the Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran, hinted that Oyo State Government places premium importance on expanding its education sector and increasing pupils’ access to quality education.

He said, “In Oyo State, we recognise the need to expand our education sector through the contribution of the private sector. We are ready to work with you on encouraging learning in Oyo State, bearing in mind that our Government is known for providing quality basic education. The Board will gladly partner with you or any other private organizations to increase our children’s access to education.”

Adeniran said the Board is open to limitless opportunities driven by technology for the benefit of pupils and students in Oyo State, adding that the Board has ensured provision of quality education at no cost to pupils in the State.

“However, we are still exploring more means to reach out to our children” , he said.

“We know the importance of expanding education and increasing access to basic education for our pupils. Therefore, we are open to innovative and creative ideas that will expand our Basic Education sector” he concluded.



Olamide Adeniji,

Head, Media Team,

Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board.



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Resumption: Low Turnout in Schools, As Oyo Government Urges Parents to Send Children Back to School

…sets 50% Benchmark for Students’ Promotion

Oyo State Government on Monday decried the low turnout of pupils in public schools, as schools resume first term, 2022/2023 academic session in the State.

Speaking after monitoring some schools in the State, the Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran appealed to parents and guardians to release their wards to resume school.

The Chairman said the Board monitored some schools in Ibadan, the State capital, to ascertain the preparedness of teachers and pupils for resumption of the new academic session in the state.

He also appealed to parents in the rural areas not to stop their children from attending schools because of market days.

Adeniran said, “So far, we have visited some schools and we are not too impressed with the turnout of pupils. However, we are satisfied with the turnout of teachers”.

“We are using this opportunity to appeal to parents and guardians, especially those in rural parts of the State, to release their wards to return to school,” Adeniran said.

“The exercise will continue in the other zones of the state. We visited some schools today, including those in remote areas, like Igbo-elerin in Lagelu LGA, and the turnout of pupils was not impressive.

Adeniran, who monitored the resumption in company of a Full Time member of the Board, Hon. Akeem Oladeji and some Directors, affirmed that teachers have commenced teaching in schools visited.

Adeniran said the essence of the exercise was to further motivate the teachers and pupils for improved performance.

Dr. Adeniran, who called on private investors to help boost the education sector in Oyo State, added that the present Government, under Governor Seyi Makinde encourages development devoid of political undertones.

He hinted that, while the State Government has invited bids for the renovation and construction of a storey building of ten classrooms in Islamic Mission Primary School, Odoye, Ibadan North, the Board will soon grant approval to a Federal Representative, who formally indicated interest to build a block of 3 classrooms in the same school.

Some of the schools visited by the team, among others include Islamic Mission School, 2 and 4, Odoye; IMG Basic School II, Oje-Igosun; Methodist Pry School, Age, Igbo-elerin; and IDC Sagbe, Pabi-ekun.

Meanwhile, the Commissioner for Education Science and Technology, Barrister Rahman Abiodun Abdu-Raheem has said the newly approved benchmark for the 2022 Joint Promotion Examination for Senior Secondary students transiting to the next class is fifty percent (50%).

He said that pass at credit level in either English Language or Mathematics and four (4) other relevant subjects in the area of study is sacrosanct for SS1 and SS2, expected to resume for 2022/2023 academic calendar on Monday 19th September 2022

The Commissioner also affirmed that the Oyo State Government is working earnestly on the payment of grants to schools and the development of infrastructures in schools throughout the State.



Olamide Adeniji,

Head, Media Team,

Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board.


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BESDA: Oyo Hints On Mainstreaming Non-Formal Learners to Formal Schools

The Oyo State Government has said it is excited with the news that some non-formal learners, under the Intensive Literacy Programme of Better Education Service Delivery for All programme (BESDA) have been mainstreamed into formal schools.

Speaking during a verification tour of the 21 Local Government Areas implementing BESDA in Oyo State, the Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran applauded the new development.

He said, it is the kind of testimonial for both the teachers and Government, as the learners have been assessed before enrolled into the formal schools.

“This is a big plus for us in Oyo State. It shows that BESDA is working for us. Though we do not have the actual figure yet, some non-formal learning centres we visited in certain Local Governments affirmed that some of their learners have been mainstreamed”, Adeniran boasted.

Dr. Adeniran said it is the aim of the Oyo State Government that the majority of the learners undergoing non-formal education, gain admission into primary schools.

Adeniran thanked the teachers, who work to teach the students basic education, adding that their roles have bridged the gap between the non-formal learners and children in the formal learning centres.

The OYOSUBEB Boss added that the Governor Seyi Makinde-led administration is leaving no stone unturned in reducing the out-of-school menace to the barest minimum in Oyo State.

In her comments, the BESDA Consultant for Oyo State, Prof. Modupe Adelabu, who also monitored the verification exercise in some Local Government Areas, commended the impressive turn-out of BESDA in Oyo State.

She applauded the Oyo State Government, through the BESDA Technical Committee, noting that the success of the programme is also her main aim.

Speaking in Irepo Local Government, Kishi, the Secretary, Nigeria Union of Teachers, Irepo, Comrade Hassan Ajibola applauded the doggedness of the BESDA team, led by Dr. Adeniran.

He noted that the success of the BESDA Programme was made easy through their honesty and commitment to the course.

The NUT leader therefore appealed to the Oyo State Government to consider incorporating the BESDA teachers into the mainstream teaching service.

The Chairman who led a team of BESDA Technical Committee members on the verification exercise visited St. Paul’s Anglican School, Odo-ona, South-West LGA; Community Primary School II, Airport, Ona-Ara LGA; Community Primary School II, Ojimi-Ayinde, Ido LGA; C&S School II, Ayete, Ibarapa North LGA; Baptist Basic School III, Igangan, Ibarapa North LGA; Islamic Mission Primary School, Bode, Ibadan South-East LGA.

Other BESDA implementing schools visited were St. David’s Basic School, Akingbehin, Olorunda-Aba, Lagelu LGA; St. Stephen Basic School, Araromi, Ajobo, Akinyele LGA; LA Pry School, Oke-Esa, Iseyin; Nawair-Ud-Deen Basic School, Otu, Itesiwaju LGA; Macedonia Community Primary School, Idi-ero Saki; LA Pry School, Igboho; LA School II, Sabo, Oyo, Atiba LGA.

Also visited were Nomadic Pry School, Gaa-Okenla, Kishi, Irepo LGA; CPS Ayepe, Oriire LGA; Baptist Basic School, Osupa, Ogbomoso North LGA; Methodist Pry School, Oke-Ado, Surulere; Baptist Basic School, Ile-Abu, Ogo-Oluwa LGA.




Olamide Adeniji,

Head, Media Team, 

Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board.



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