CSO, Ministry of Education, Visit Villages without School in Kwara LGA

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The Elites Network for Sustainable Development (ENetSuD), a civil society organization and the delegation from the Kwara State Ministry of Education and Human Capital Development jointly visited some marginalized villages in Moro LGA with no access to education.


The visit was a result of ENetSuD’s Citizens Enlightenment and Mobilization Program (CEMP) that assessed the needs of the villages and brought their needs to the attention of the Honorable Commissioner for Education.

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In her usual understanding and problem-solving nature, the Honorable Commissioner scheduled a joint visit by the Ministry officials and ENetSuD team to the villages for the independent assessment by the government.

The communities identified by the team include Yeregi, Alapo, Budo-Obe, Adio, Onbamu, Akorede, Amolegbe, Sa’ara, Arodo, Dikko, Apoya, Ongogo, Ajibaye, Ajegunle, Yowere, Kusanu, La’la, Alagbede, Aroyehun, Odee, Olomooba, Aladie, Budo-Ode, Kulodi, Ekule-Banigbe, Womi, Alapete, Alate, Aloba, Agbogun, Eleku, Amukoko, Aridi, Ajagbe, Kunhunmi, Sise-Orowo, Oloya, Apodu, Daba, Gaa- Bawa, Oloyede, Awee, Obate, Ajeresi, Budo-Aree, Olodan, Apata- Oko, Okanla, Aladere, among others.

The organization has alsaid that the joint visit to other parts with a similar problem (earlier identified by ENetSuD) will continue later.

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