Hon. Ismail Akinloye Champions School Safety and Educational Development in Eredo LCDA.

In a bold move to enhance security and bolster the educational infrastructure within the community, kakalistiq.com Hon. Ismail Akinloye, the Executive Chairman of Eredo LCDA, has emphasized the critical importance of safety in schools through the construction of perimeter fences. The ongoing construction at UPE Primary School, Imokun, stands as a testament to his administration’s unwavering commitment to creating a secure and conducive learning environment.

“The safety and security of our students are paramount,” Hon. Akinloye stated in a recent interview. “The perimeter fence at UPE Primary School, Imokun, is just one of the many initiatives we have undertaken to ensure our schools are safe havens for learning.”

Hon. Akinloye’s administration has made significant strides in the education sector, showcasing a dedication to improving educational facilities and resources across the LCDA. Among the remarkable achievements are:

Construction of a Fully Equipped Block of Six Classrooms at UPE Primary School, Ajegbende Community: This project has significantly expanded the school’s capacity, providing a conducive learning environment for more students.

Ongoing Construction of a Block of Three Classrooms at UPE Primary School, Odogbawojo: Another testament to his dedication, to ensuring students have adequate learning spaces.

Comprehensive Upgrades at St. John RCM Primary School, Odomola: Including the construction of the rear and left-hand side of the perimeter fence, the reconstruction of a collapsed section, and the installation of a new double-leaf entrance gate.

Repair of Dilapidated Parts and Entrance Gate at RCM Primary School, Mojoda: Ensuring safety and improved infrastructure for the students and staff.

Distribution of 410,000 Exercise Books to All 18 Public Primary Schools in Eredo LCDA Over the Last Three Years: A vital contribution to students’ learning resources.

Employment of 60 NCE/B.Ed Graduates in Public Primary Schools: Enhancing the quality of education by employing qualified teachers.

Provision of 800 Free JAMB Forms for Prospective Candidates Over Three Consecutive Years: Facilitating higher education opportunities for many students.

Payment of School Fees for Over 85 Students in Various Higher Institutions: Directly supporting the academic pursuits of students from the community.

Hosting Annual Spelling Bee Competitions: Promoting literacy and academic excellence among students.

Facilitation of Employment Opportunities for Over 15 Indigenes in TESCOM/SUBEB: Supporting local employment and career growth.

Ongoing Construction of a Perimeter Fence and a Double-Leaf Gate at UPE Primary School, Ilara: Another project aimed at enhancing school security.

Construction of a Dining Shed for the Pupils of UPE Primary School, Imokun: Providing a comfortable space for students during their meal times.

Weekly Lessons for Secondary School Students Preparing for Accredited Exams: Supporting students in their academic preparations and ensuring their success.

Hon. Akinloye’s dedication to educational development extends beyond infrastructure. His administration’s initiatives have tangibly improved the learning environment, provided essential resources, and supported the academic and professional growth of students and educators alike.

“The provision of safe and well-equipped schools is fundamental to the success and well-being of our students,” Hon. Akinloye concluded. “We are committed to continuing these efforts and ensuring that every child in Eredo LCDA has access to quality education in a secure environment.”

Hon. Akinloye’s tireless efforts and strategic initiatives continue to uplift the educational standards within the community, ensuring a brighter future for the children of Eredo LCDA. The ongoing projects, including the perimeter fence at UPE Primary School, Imokun, are tangible proof of his administration’s dedication to fostering a secure and conducive learning environment

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde is a budding academic researcher and media enthusiast whose experience germinated in high school, attaining the Press Club presidency. As an iconic field reporter for 3 years, he is a writer, serial volunteer, and community cum youth development champion whose collaborative efforts have immensely contributed to nation-building in Epe LGA, Lagos, and Nigeria at large.

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