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See List of private schools to be demolished by Ondo State Government

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Due to unwanted developments, the Ondo State Government has vowed not to tolerate any substandard private schools in the state.

This came up when a team from the ministry of education, science and technology led by the permanent secretary; Mr Akin Asaniyan visited some private schools in the state. And, unfortunately, the conditions of most of the schools inspected were eyesore.

Mr Asaniyan lamented over these schools for endangering the lives of the children in those schools. Because, some of the schools visited where built in slums, with rotten planks and in pathetic areas . He ordered the instant demolition of some of these schools.

He further stated that no private school that has not met the needed requirements will be tolerated in the state, such as good learning environment and registration of such schools. He further emphasized that the ministry goal is to produce pupils that will measure up to required academic standard.

The following schools fell victim of the inspection and were immediately ordered to be closed down: Mayor Academic, Akure, Imaculate International Primary School, Oke Aro Akure, Lucky Nursery and Primary School Akure, Ojuolape Nursery and Primary School Irowo, Akure.

Meanwhile, All Saints Nursery and Primary School, Irowo, Akure was ordered to be pulled down immediately without hesitation.

Reports had it that the inspection by the state government is not going to end just in the state capital, but would be carried out throughout the state.

Written by: Ayomide Ayodele

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