Invest More in Child Education Oyetola Urges Parents

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Osun State Governor  Gboyega Oyetola wants parents and guardians  to invest more in the education of their children so that they can contribute meaningfully to the development of the country.
Governor Oyetola stated this today Friday December 6 2019 while speaking to Iragbiji community through the Special Adviser on Works and Transport Engr. Olaniyan Hussein Olatoke during a one day prayer organized by IRAGBIJI Elders Forum held in front of  Iragbiji Town Hall. 
The  Governor, State of Osun said that the future of this great state lies in the hands of the young ones hence the reason his adminstration is investing heavily on quality education.
“Children are our future, and we must  ensure that we train our wards very well so that they can be useful to themselves, their parents, the state and the nation at large”. 
He further hinted that the state government has provided a conducive environment for learning urging parents and guardians to key into this opportunity.
“One of the major agenda of Governor Gboyega Oyetola adminstration is to provide free and qualitative education for our children. Furthermore, parents are advised to encourage their children to embrace vocational training so that they can acquire the required technical skills needed for all round development of any nation. Education is the most essential thing that  parents and guardians must give to their wards”. 
The prayer session which lasted for about 4 Hours,  was organised to celebrate One year in office of their son His Excellency, Governor Gboyega Oyetola.
On his part, the Aragbiji of Iragbiji  Oba AbdulRasheed Ayotunde Olabomi  (Odundun IV) ably represented by The Aragbiji-in-Council called on the good people of the town to continue praying for the State Governor and his cabinet members in order for them to take the state to the desired promised land.
Clerics at the event, advocated for peace among the youths advising them to be good ambassadors of the state. 
The prayer was well attended by clerics , youths, and notable opinion moulders and leaders including other residents of the town.

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