The Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (Subeb) had today played host to its counterpart from Ogun
The Ogun state counterpart’s visits were said to be on the basis of sharing expertise with their host, Oyo state Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB).
Urban express News Online gathered the visit was aimed at understudying Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board with sharing expertise where need be.
Receiving its Ogun counterparts, the chairman of the board, Dr Nureni Adeniran appreciate their visits, saying knowledge sharing is indeed good and best option in moving everything about life forward.
Continuing, Dr Nureni urges his counterpart from Ogun to sustain a harmonious relationship with Oyo state board, other relevant ministries agencies, and departments in their state in other to achieve sustainable educational development as it is being done in Oyo state.
We will be providing you with a concept initiative from world bank in other for you to understudy and leverage on it with the understanding that you move more step further in achieving education for all in Ogun state”
Better Education Service Delivery for all (BESDA) was an initiative funded by World Bank to ensure that out of school children are returned to their classes and ensure their retention in schools.
This, according to the chairman of Oyo state board is the approach used in Oyo state under his Excellency, Engr Seyi makinde with a view of making basic education free, qualitative and encouraging.
His Ogun counterpart, Dr Remi Balogun thanked the Oyo state SUBEB chairman, saying their experience and other expertise gained in the cause of their visits will certainly boost the execution of programmes back home in Ogun state.
Those in attendant include executive Secretary Oyo state universal Basic Education board, Mr O.j Adeniyi, Director of Planning Research and statistic, Mrs Owoeye alongside other members of the board.