Oyo State Gets Funding From Japan To Build New Classrooms



The Oyo State Government has gotten funding from the Japanese International Donor Agency for the construction of 225 classrooms in the state.
According to the leader of the Japanese delegation, Mr Ninami Naoyuki, when they paid a courtesy visit to Governor Abiola Ajimobi in Ibadan,
the agency was determined to rescue primary schools in the state from infrastructure challenges by creating conducive atmosphere for learning.
“Selected schools in the state will benefit from a total of 225 classrooms with basic furniture and modern facilities,” he said.
Ajimobi expressed delight with the Japanese government readiness to assist the state to develop its education sector.
He said Oyo State had the largest number of students population in Nigeria, which made the state to qualify for more of such assistance from the agency.
The governor added, “The state is currently faced with the challenges of infrastructure, qualified teachers and the required teaching aides.”
(NAN)


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