Oyo to reintroduce Boys’ Scout in public schools

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Nureni Adeniran
Nureni Adeniran, Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (Oyo SUBEB)
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The Oyo State Government has expressed readiness to reintroduce Boys’ Scout Club to public primary schools across the state to promote character moulding and sound learning for pupils.

This was made known in a statement signed by Michael Ogunsina for the Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) Media Team.

The statement said that the Oyo SUBEB Chairman, Dr Nureni Adeniran, disclosed this during an advocacy visit to the State Commissioner of Boys’ Scouts.

Adeniran stated that when reintroduced, Boys’ Scouts would give pupils the opportunity to get first-hand insights on preparedness toward life.

He said it would complement the state government’s efforts in moulding and modelling pupils, adding that this would attest to Gov. Seyi Makinde’s absolute commitment to improve the basic education sector.

The SUBEB boss said when reintroduced, the club would be an improved adaptation of the moribund one, noting that the club would make pupils more.

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