Parents have been enjoined to contribute their quota to facilitate easy learning for their children, as government would not relent in its efforts at making education free for all.
A member of the newly inaugurated Judicial Service Commission, Hon. Aina Akinpelu stated this at the commissioning of a block of two classrooms at Community Primary School, Tigbo-Ilu Ota in Ota Local Government Area of the State.
Akinpelu said education was very important for a secured future, promising not to rest on his oars in giving necessary support to education, empowering the youth and prepare them for a better tomorrow.
Also speaking, the Onilogbo of Ilogbo, Oba Samuel Ojugbele who appreciated the donation and expressed optimism that the present administration would accelerate development in his domain.
In his remark, the Chief Monitoring Officer, State Universal Basic Education Board, (SUBEB), Mr. Ahmed Busari admonished the teachers to complement government efforts by inculcating knowledge with the use of necessary instructional materials to ease teaching and learning, advising beneficiaries to ensure effective maintenance of the infrastructure.
The Head teacher of the school, Mrs. Aderonke Egbeyemi, while thanking Hon. Akinpelu for the gesture, promised that the teachers would contribute their quota to support the present administration to achieve its set objectives in education.