Delta: Our schools are neglected, with poorly educated minds, Omo-Agege laments

The Deputy Senate President and All Progressives Congress Governorship candidate in Delta State in the 2023 polls, Rt. (Hon.) Ovie Omo-Agege


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Delta: Our schools are neglected, with poorly educated minds, Omo-Agege laments


The Deputy Senate President and All Progressives Congress Governorship candidate in Delta State in the 2023 polls, Rt. (Hon.) Ovie Omo-Agege, has painted a gloomy picture of the state of education in the oil and gas-rich Delta State, saying, public schools in the state: “Are neglected, and standards are on a free fall, with uneducated and poorly educated minds presiding over the education of our children”.

 

Fresh Angle International can report that the APC gubernatorial hopeful, who made the assertion this morning in a tweet titled, ‘THE CASE FOR A NEW DELTA (5)’, stated: It is ironic and troubling that some people in government who had the opportunity of free standard public education are now the ones actively destroying the public school system which has historically offered the children of the poor hope of good education and a decent future.

 

“The PDP has instituted a system that drives old and ageing Deltans, including teachers and health workers who have dedicated their lives to serve our people, to die before their time.

 

“These only reaffirm the dangerous governance decay that the PDP represents.

 

“Today's Delta is a place where workers and retirees/pensioners are insulted and denied their rights, entitlements and benefits, and abandoned to die”.

 


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