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Bayelsa spends N55bn on education
Simon Utebor, Yenagoa The new Commissioner for Education in Bayelsa State, Mr. Jonathan Obuebite, has said that the state government has spent about N55bn in the education sector since 2012. Obuebite, the immediate past Commissioner for Information and Orientation, said this on Thursday while taking over from the ex-commissioner for education, Mr. Markson Fefegha. Speaking […]
‘’The investment has paid off because from the results before us we are third in National Examination Council and the fifth in the West African Examinations Council conducted earlier this year.”
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Fefegha said the government had decided to augment the funding of primary school education to end the ongoing strike.
He explained that the state resolved to augment primary school funding, which was the constitutional responsibility of local governments, following the dwindling resources at the disposal of local government councils.
Obuebite, the immediate past Commissioner for Information and Orientation, said this on Thursday while taking over from the ex-commissioner for education, Mr. Markson Fefegha.
Simon Utebor, Yenagoa
Speaking at the brief ceremony, Obuebite said, “In the history of this state, no government has invested the kind of financial resources that Governor Seriake Dickson has injected into the sector.
The new Commissioner for Education in Bayelsa State, Mr. Jonathan Obuebite, has said that the state government has spent about N55bn in the education sector since 2012.
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