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Mayflower Tasks Ogun Government With Demolition of Distressed Buildings, Addressing Teacher Shortage




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LAGOS – Parents of Mayflower Junior School, Ikenne have appealed to the Ogun State government to quickly address the issue of shortage of teachers in the school and also hasten its plan to demolish an abandoned building within the school which is endangering the lives of the students in the school.

They made the call in a chat with Saturday INDEPENDENT at the end of the Parents’ Club emergency meeting held in the school on Wednesday to intimate parents on the undertaking they signed on behalf of their children to curb the incessant misbehaviour of students in the school, among others.

They said that the government should delay no further to ensure that the building is pulled down; so that the minds of the teachers and parents will be at rest.

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On the shortage of teachers, they appealed that government should allow parents join hands with them (government) to ensure that they get more teachers to teach the students

Venerable Samuel Ifemosu, Chairman Parents Club of Mayflower Junior School appreciated the state governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, for various achievements so far in the state especially the commissioning of the Ijebu-Ode/Epe roads and other projects commissioned within the state by President Muhammadu Buhari.

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“He has started well and we pray that he will end well. We have been enjoying his hard work in Ogun State but the areas we want them to quickly attend to is the shortage of teachers in the school. We have a shortage of teachers in Mayflower here and some other schools which will not likely help the education of our children.

“We are appealing to our government in as much as we are appreciating them on their kind gesture in giving our children free education, so also we are appealing to them to do more so that we can have teachers for core courses like Mathematics, English and the likes, they are trying but we want them to do more,” he said.

Ifemosu also urged the government to see ways in which they can approve that parents can voluntarily help to contribute in order for them to support the government.

“Supporting government is done everywhere, in every school, even in the area of community development, government will do its own part and the citizens too will do their own part. Even in the area of security, the government cannot do it all alone,” he stated.

On the distress building, Ifemosu said, “the structure has been there for so many years and it is not good for that kind of environment where children are playing and doing exercise. Government has already promised to come and demolish it but we still want them to put it into action so that it will not be that it is the time that it will affect the children that they will come to our rescue.”

Also, Imam Hussein Lawal, Chief Imam of Ikenne Community stated that the earlier the government demolishes the building the better.

He said though the students have been informed about the danger of the zone and that there is a tape to that effect, but students as they are, might still go there.

“We should not wait till what we did not expect to happen, before we take action. Prevention, they say, is better than cure, the government should please come to our aid as soon as possible to get that place demolished so that the parents, teachers and students can be at ease,” he said.

On the issue of teachers, he said parents’ clubs should be allowed to join hands with the government to make things happen.

“I believe we are the government and I believe we should rally round the government to see to their success. The government cannot do it alone, so the Parents’ Club should be allowed to join hands with them. I was a party to the meeting that was held between the government and parents’ club the last time. We have been given the go-ahead to support them and one of the ways we are thinking in the parents’ club is the way of getting more teachers for our students, because if they are engaged, there would not be enough room for them to be roaming around.”

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