Fashola promises better life through quality education.
Governor Babatunde Fashola of Lagos State, Wednesday, reiterated his administration’s commitment to improving the lives of residents through quality education.
He said education remained the best investment a society could bequeath to its citizens as an enduring legacy.
Represented by his deputy, Princess Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire, the governor spoke while commissioning a 24-classroom block at Gbagada Comprehensive Junior High School, Gbagada.
This came as residents of Mofoloku, a suburb community in Gbagada, appealed to the governor to construct a concrete bridge on the canal linking the community to the school.
The governor said his administration would continue to be pro-active on education by investing heavily in the sector to give the citizens the best opportunities to compete globally.
According to him: “Today, we are gathered to celebrate the fruit of a beautiful synergy and partnership between the agencies of our government.
“I am happy to note that the vision and passion to provide good governance to our people, which gave birth to the Lagos Metropolitan and Governance Project, LMDG, among other initiatives of our government, has continued to produce desired results.
Meanwhile, residents of Mofowoku, a suburb community in Gbagada, appealed to the governor to construct a concrete bridge on the canal linking the community to the school.
They displayed placards bearing inscriptions such as” “Governor Fashola, we need a pedestrian bridge,” “We will appreciate your effort regarding the construction of this canal.”
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