Learners in the state have been advised to shun all forms of malpractices in the on-going Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) but embraced diligence and hardwork in order to record good success.
The Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Prof Abayomi Arigbabu gave this advice during BECE monitoring exercise to Ijebu and Remo axis of the state.
Arigbabu encouraged the students to rely on their abilities instead of trying to pass through untowards means, he stressed that success met with adequate preparedness would yield good results.
“I am impressed at the level of orderliness you have displayed, and I want to advise you to rely on your abilities, your level of preparedness will determine the outcome of the examination. I therefore want to urge you to shun all forms of malpractices, whatever you have read will be sufficient for you”, he said.
The Commissioner assured that there are sufficient materials put in place for the smooth conduct of the examination.
Schools visited includes: Anglican Girls Grammar School (Public and Private), Ijebu Ode, Ijebu Ode Grammar School, Moslem Comprehensive High School, Ososa Comprehensive High School all in the Ijebu axis. Schools visited in Remo includes: Soyindo Community High School, Sagamu, Sagamu High School and Makun High School, Sagamu.