…..says he’s committed to impact both the young and elderly.
Member of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and 2023 House of assembly aspirant, Ajibola Jelili on Thursday launched the distribution of free excercise books to all the primary schools in Ogbomoso South Local Government Area.
Ajibola while flagging off the exercise in Ijeru Baptist primary school, said that he initiated the gesture to alleviate the cost of educational materials.
“This gesture is to alleviate the cost of purchasing educational materials burdensome on the shoulders of parents and also deliver our own quota towards ensuring education is free in Oyo state at least till the end of secondary school education as envisioned by our leader, Engr Seyi Makinde.
“Reports have reaveled that the number of out of school children has decreased, since the inception of this administration. Therefore we must also join hands together with the goverment because most of us enjoyed free education” he added.
The 2023 house of assembly aspirant who hails from Ijeru 1 ward 05 of Ogbomoso South, also commended the governor for his giant strides and how he has evolve with workable solutions that has yielded positive results in the education sector.
The Headmistress of the School, Mrs Akindele in her response said ” we are happy to enjoy the benevolence of Hon Ajibola Jelili our benefactor. Let me remind him of the old long parable which says anyone who does good to others, does good to himself or herself. If you think no one sees you, he who is greater than us all sees everyone.”
Also speaking the PDP party chairman in Ogbomoso South, Apostle Moses Olamoyegun applauded Hon Ajibola for the gesture noting that the party needs people like him to fly the banner of the party in coming elections.
Among those present at the exercise are,Apostle Moses Olamoyegun ( Ogbomoso South PDP party Chair) Hon Rotimi Oladipo, Hon Mrs Eyitayo Olayinka Oluwayemisi ( Councillor Ijeru 1 Ward 05) , Comrade Remi Adeniran, representatives of NUT Mrs Adeyemi, all the PDP party excos across the ten wards in Ogbomoso South, among others