Ogun Deputy Governor Commends ideas of Ministry of Education, encourages Pupils to do well in Exams
By PhilFactHola | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1523 views
The Deputy Governor of Ogun State, Engr. Noimot Salako was found on Facebook through her official page, commending the idea of the ministry that brought the state to the lime light of the Digital Class held for students. Since the pandemic struck and pupils were unable to attend school, a digital class was organized for pupils and examination was conducted to assess their knowledge.
"In an online assessment test conducted for SS3 learners a few weeks ago, 18 out of the over 17,000 students who took part scored 100%
"I had an online meeting with these brilliant students to commend them on their success and encourage them to continue to excel.
"Several of them gave their feedback on Ogun Digiclass and shared their future plans including their proposed course of study. I have volunteered to mentor them as they progress through their exams and pursue further education. They will be able to look up to me as a Consultant, Counsellor and Cheerleader.
"I seized the opportunity to implore all our over 110,000 SS3 students in Ogun State to continue their revision and preparation for the WASSC Examinations as the Ogun State Government continues to work out the modalities for reopening with the Federal Ministry of Education" She said
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