The Senior Special Assistant to the Governor of Kogi State on Political Matters, Omoluabi Bode Adeyemi has said Governor Yahaya Bello has become the doyen of quality and affordable education for the children of the less privileged. Omoluabi made the statement while responding to news men at the sideline of the free education materials distribution programme done at the old stadium, Lokoja on Wednesday.
Recall that the Governor had just distributed thousands of writing, reading and learning materials to the public schools in the twenty one Local government of Kogi State at an occasion attended by several stakeholders of the state, including the Obaro of Kabba, Oba Solomon Owoniyi, Ohimege Igu of Koto Karfi, Alh Isa Koto, Chairman Kogi State Civil service commission, Barr Tanko, Chairman Kogi State Universal Basic Education and several other prominent traditional rulers in the state, members of the state executive cpumcil, all newly elected APC Chairmanship candidates from the twenty one Local governments of the state, all the Directors of Local government and several other government functionaries.
Omoluabi while commending the efforts and vision of the Governor says the availability of the learning materials will promote quality education among the children of the ordinary people in the society. He says the Governor’s action demonstrates responsibility, commitment and patriotism.
“Today we are all gathered here to be witnesses to the distribution of this materials for the use of the young people in school, it is gratifying to be a part of this epoch making occasion where the concerns of the unheard but loving masses is the subject of the gathering. I am not in doubt that his Excellency knows, appreciates and support the people in the rural areas, the educational concerns of their children and wards, that is the reason why so much have been spent to make these materials available. I therefore charge our children and students to make the best use of the opportunity the government offers to develop their educational capacities” Omoluabi says