The Lagos state government has advised students in the state to avoid bad gangs and caste.
The Education Commissioner, Folasade Adefisayo has counseled learners while observing school resumption for the second term.
Adivesayo, represented by the Permanent Secretary, Abiyumi Abolajye, admonished them to be diligent in their academics and to avoid riots.
The administrator tasked the students with pursuing greatness, demonstrating creativity, and maximizing the use of digital learning.
Adevisayo said the government has provided 1,047 new classrooms, constructed new schools and rehabilitated 197 since 2019.
She added, “There was the commissioning of a technology-based model school, a digital learning initiative, teacher retraining, and programs to acquire skills.”
At Ikeja Junior High School in GRA, Ikeja, Abolaji charged the students with hard work and focus.
“I was once a student like you,” he said, “and with tenacity you can aspire to do better, and become university graduates and worthy citizens.”
Lagos government warns students of sect and gangs