As part of Ogun State Government’s efforts to ensure compliance with Covid-19 precautionary measures for resumption of exit students in secondary schools, the Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM), has expressed satisfaction on the level of preparedness exhibited by principals, teachers and students in the State.
The Permanent Secretary in the Commission, Mrs. Mojisola Dosumu, made this known during inspection of schools across the State, saying government had created enabling environment for learning and teaching, provided wash-hand basins, hand sanitisers and face marks to all the schools.
Represented by the Director of Information, Mr. Kehinde Onasanya, she admonished teachers to adhere strictly to protocols guiding the Covid-19 pandemic, urging them to impart quality knowledge on students, in order for them to excel in the forth coming West African School Certificate Examination.
In their separate remarks, the Principals, Ijebu-Ode Grammar School and Methodist Comprehensive High School, Sagamu, Mr. Gbenga Oduselu and Dr. (Mrs.) Ayodele Womiloju, respectively, disclosed that the schools had been decontaminated in compliance with Covid-19 safety guidelines, saying that the attendance of teachers and students was impressive.
Also speaking, one of the teachers at Ijebu-Ode Grammar School, Mr. Kolawole Odukoya, commended government for promoting academic excellence in the students, pledging teachers’ resolve to ensure the State records best result in the forth coming examination.
Schools visited included, Ikenne Community High School, Ikenne, United High School, Sagamu, Moslem Comprehensive High School, Imepe, Ijebu-Ode and Adeola Odutola College, Ijebu-Ode, among others.