- Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu built a new secondary school in Lagos named Elemoro Community Junior Secondary School
- Described as a state-of-the-art building, the school includes a block of 18 classrooms, 12 standard classrooms, a soccer field, an art and music studio, a science lab, and more.
- Governor Sanwo-Olu said he built the school to ensure that students in the community no longer have to travel long distances before having access to education.
Lagos, Nigeria – Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Tuesday, December 14, commissioned a newly built school named Elemoro Community Junior Secondary School in Lagos.
In one declaration Posted via his official Facebook page, the governor of Lagos State explained that the move was intended to ensure that students in the community no longer had to walk long distances before gaining access to schools.
He noted that his administration designed and launched the school project as an intervention to address a lack of access to education in the community.
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âBefore the school was built, students in the city typically had to walk long distances to schools outside their community. “
Characteristics of the new school
The school, which Governor Sanwo-Olu described as a state-of-the-art building, is located in the Ibeju Lekki local government area in Lagos State.
It is built on 1.54 hectares of land and is designed to provide learning services, recreational activities and extracurricular recreation.
The school has a college-sized football pitch complemented by a 50mm thick pile of grass and soft infills to ensure playability and impact absorption from falls.
In addition to the block of 18 classrooms, Elemoro Junior High School also has 12 standard classrooms, six special rooms for home economics, a technology room, an art studio and music, a science laboratory, a library and an ICT room. It also has offices for teachers, an infirmary, a standard canteen block and more than 30 toilets.
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Other recreational facilities built in the school include a six-lane sandwich athletic running track and a large seating arena.
Governor Sanwo-Olu said that the infrastructure installed on the premises provides the platform through which students can realize their dreams and ambitions for the future.
He also said his administration’s vision for education is to ensure that every child enrolled in a public school has unlimited access to quality education.
Ajala Ifeoluwa said on Facebook:
“This is what I expected from all schools in Lagos or even better than that
âYou can’t be a center of excellence for nothing with the structure of yeye schools that you have. “
Akomolafe Shina Ayodele Jeffrey said:
” Yes ! This is the norm. Lagos shows more.
âWell done sir for using our money well. “
Oyebola Elebute Edison said:
“Waohhhhhh !!!!! It’s all the shades of Excellence !!!!!!!!! Any child will be proud to be a student of this school !!! Well done your Excellency Sir !!!! More of that await us sir. “
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Babatunde Ajiboye said:
“Good job, the governors of Lagos give me hope that all is not lost with this ‘almost hopeless’ country.”
Emmanuel Ekusma Chijioke said:
“Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu commissioned this wonderful project on his own without calling a special guest to do it, but if he were to be in Rivers State, someone would invite the whole world and start insulting everyone. world…
“Nice job Mr. Governor”
Sanwo-Olu promises massive rice production
In addition, Governor Sanwo-Olu visited the Imota rice mill site on Friday December to ensure the level of progress.
The Governor of Lagos was pleased to announce that the plant will begin production by the end of the first quarter of 2022.
He revealed that the 32-ton-per-hour mill with 16 silos with a combined capacity of 40,000 tons is built to produce 2.8 million 50-kg bags of rice per year.