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Oyo will reintroduce Boys’ Scout to public schools : Nigerian Education

Nureni Adeniran
Nureni Adeniran, Chairman of the Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (Oyo SUBEB)
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The government of Oyo state has expressed its willingness to reintroduce the Boys’ Scout Club in public elementary schools across the state to promote character building and healthy learning for students.

This was announced in a statement signed by Michael Ogunsina for the Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) media team.

The statement said that the chairman of Oyo SUBEB, Dr. Nureni Adeniran, who disclosed this during an advocacy visit to the State Commissioner of Boy Scouts.

Adeniran stated that when the Boy Scouts were reintroduced, they would be giving students the opportunity to get firsthand glimpses of willingness to live.

He said this would complement the state government’s efforts to sculpt and model students, adding that it would confirm Governor Seyi Makinde’s absolute commitment to improving the basic education sector.

The SUBEB boss said at its reintroduction the club was an improved adaptation of the dying club and noted that the club would produce more students.

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