Gov. Olusegun Mimiko set to commission two mega schools in Ondo state

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Ondo State Governor Olusegun Mimiko is to commission two mega schools, in an effort to ensure sustainable level of quality, standard and affordable education in the state.


Since the Mimiko-led administration initiated the mega school scheme in the state, it has commissioned 52 of such school till date.

According to a statement by the Commissioner for Information, Kayode Akinmade, in Akure, yesterday, Mimiko will commission a school, and multi-purpose town hall in Oke-Agbe in Akoko, North Senatorial District tomorrow.

Ijare in Ifedore Local Council will have their turn the following day.

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Akinmade noted that the mega school project is a genuinely fashioned viable mechanism to ensure that the schools meet up with the objective of raising students and pupils that can favourably compete with their counterparts across the globe.

It is also meant to rejuvenate the educational sector in terms of quality and standard towards achieving a globally acceptable level of education in the state.

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