Fayose rewards teachers in Ekiti state

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Governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose is truly passionate about making sure teachers in Ekiti are well taken care of.

At the annual Teacher’s day celebration held in the state a few days ago, Fayose gave out cash prizes and cars to the best teachers in the state.In the secondary school category, Mr Jeje Thompson from Ara Community High School, Ijero-Ekiti won the Best Teacher Award and went home with a Kia car, while Mr Ajayi Michael Oni from Ogunire High School, Ire-Ekiti came second and was given N200,000 consolation prize.

Mr Ajayi Isaac Kayode of Ikere Comprehensive High School, Ikere-Ekiti came third and was given N100,000 consolation prize.

In the primary school category, Mrs Adesina Modupe Bosede from Ikere came first and won a Kia car, while‎ Mrs Olofin Yemisi came second and won N200, 000, with Mr Aniobi Olagoke Femi was third and was given N100,000 consolation prize.

Fayose also donated a sum of N50 million to teachers in the state, adding that the schools that produce the best teachers at primary and secondary school levels would be given total facelift/upgrade by the state government.

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Speaking at the event, Fayose said;

“I am the happiest person today. I really appreciate the teachers for your efforts. The most valuable investment is in education. You don’t need to be a professor to know that you must take good care of teachers. They are the ones moulding the character of our children. Our young ones spend more time with them too.If I did not win in 2014 they would have sacked most of you, but thank God I won and we are here today celebrating your day. We will continue to enhance your performance by training and re-training you the modern day way.‎ All your demands, I will look at them critically. ‎Anyone that I can attend to immediately, I will do so without delay. If I am good to you, I am only good to myself. The Parents Summit is to complement the efforts of teachers and it will be chaired by the Oluyin of Iyin-Ekiti, Oba Ademola Ajakaiye, who chaired last year’s Education Summit,”

Source: Politics Nigeria

 

 

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