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   The Ondo State government has announced its intention to inculcate enterpreneural skills in Secondary school students. 

     Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Mr. Laolu Akindolire stated this on Monday at Fiwasaye Girls Grammar School, Akure. 

He had led the Ministry management to assess Schools resumption for the third term of the 2023/24 Academic Session in the state.

   Akundolire explained that the program will be used to impart skills the students could use to earn money, become self-employed and employers of labour in future.

"We want our young ones to become entrepreneurs and employers of labour as against while collar job seekers. We will collaborate with the Ondo State Enterpreneural Agency to carry out the skill impartation. The students will come for the skill acquisition over the weekends. With the skills, they will have something to fall back on later in the future."

   The Commissioner and some management staff also visited St. Louis Grammar School and Oyemekun Grammar School all in Akure, the State capital.

   The Commissioner commended the schools authorities for

"what I have seen in the schools I visited. Their compounds are neat, and the student enrollment is very encouraging and satisfying.

There is hope for our education sector, and we will advance it to the next level in the state."

In all the schools visited, students were busy writing the resumption day Principal's test.

In an Interview, the Principal of Oyemekhn Grammar School, Mr. Ogunleye Okeowo appealed for parents cooperation as the schools move to bring the best out of the students. 



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