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The Old Students Association of the Government High School Adeta has urged the Kwara State Government to allow the school to operate a boarding system.

The alumni also urged the government to address the enrollment and admission exercise to limit overpopulation of students.

The president of the association stated this during a courtesy visit to the Commissioner for education in Kwara, according to a statement posted on the official Facebook page of the latter.

The statement partly read, “He appreciated Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, for the huge investment towards the overhaul, renovation, and for setting up the school, as a SMART school, which will be a remodeling template, for other schools in the state.

“The association enjoined government to introduce the Boarding school system, as the facilities needed are available. Other requests they made, included approval of computer facilities for JAMB CBT; the welfare of Students Living with Disabilities; placing an embargo on non-academic events,  to curb vandalization of school properties; addressing enrollment/admission exercise, to limit overpopulation of students, and provision of more security personnel.

“I extolled their contributions to the growth and development of their Alma Mata, while charging them not to relent in their efforts, as the school belongs to all of us. I also spoke on the importance of maintenance of school properties; and the plans for ensuring adequate Students/Teachers ratio in the state.

“I concluded that their requests should be documented, while reminding however, that there is need for Old Students Associations to engage concerned stakeholders, in the school community, in ensuring the safety and security of the properties.”

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