School director harps on benefits of quality secondary education
The need to widen access to quality secondary education, and ensure a culture of continuous improvement was what prompted the establishment of Toamy Private College, Gowon Estate, Egbeda, Lagos.
The Director of the school, Adunola Kuforiji, at the formal unveiling of the college, said the management understood the imperative nature of secondary education in an individual’s life, hence its decision to set up one.
The event, which was attended by top players in the sector, government functionaries, religious leaders, partners, friends and family of the institution, stressed the need for Nigerian youths to be well guided.
The new campus, according to Kuforiji, has “its curriculum built on a hybrid of the Nigerian curriculum and other selected countries of the world, including the British and Chinese. It is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities for scientific experiments, performing arts, media, health services, music education, cafeteria, faculty offices, classrooms, restrooms and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) room.
“We invested heavily on all of these to ensure that the quality of secondary education service provided in our school remains unmatched. We are working assiduously to become a global brand, and we must keep at it.”
Kuforiji further maintained that national advancement and prosperity could be achieved if all stakeholders in the educational sector remain committed to raising quality future leaders.
Principal Consultant, Leading Learning Limited, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo, who was represented by the Chief Executive Officer, Nurture House Limited, expressed delight that the private sector is contributing immensely to the sector and national development.
Commending the standard of learning facilities at the college, shortly after the facility-tour, she urged private college owners in the country to scale up their facilities and operations to meet global best practices.
The Pastor-in-charge of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Dominion Cathedral, Lagos Province 12, Timothy Olaniyan, committed the school, into the hands of God for protection, blessings, favour, and exploits.
He expressed confidence in the capacity of God to deliver on His promises concerning the future and destinies of all students who will attend the school.
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