Happy Children’s Day From Your Child-Friendly Government

A-day with Ogbeni - 1b

  • Condemned the abduction of girls of the Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State
  • Declared a day of fasting and prayer for safe return of the over 200 girls of Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State abducted by the  Boko Haram Sect
  • Provides a free daily nutritious meal for over 250,000 pupils of Elementary School 1-4 in all public schools in Osun under the Osun Elementary School Feeding and Health Programme (OMEALS)
  • Empowered and engaged 3,007 community caterers to provide daily meals for over 250,000 pupils of Elementary School 1-4 in the state
  • Abolished the payment of PTA levies and other fees in public schools in the State of Osun
  • 40 State of the art Elementary, Middle and High Schools being embarked upon under the first phase of the school infrastructure revamp
  • Providing standard recreational facilities in Elementary schools
  • 8,000 students trained on calisthenics
  • 750,000 pupils in all public schools provided with free school uniforms
  • 150,000 tablet of knowledge (OPON IMO) being distributed to  students of High Schools in the state
  •   Free healthcare for under 5 children as well as pregnant women
  • Distributed over a million pieces of insecticide treated nets for mothers and children to curb the incidence of malaria
  • Routine immunization for children against the six-killer diseases
  • Constantly sensitization and education of prevention of mother to child (PMTCT) of HIV/AIDS
  • Celebrated the first Oodua World Children’s Day in which participants were drawn from all Yoruba speaking communities within and outside Nigeria
  • Resuscitated Agriculture in schools to develop new generation of youths with interest in  Agric
  • Introduced Spelling Competition in Schools
  • Introduced Debate competition in schools to develop the art public speaking and confidence in public students
  • Set to inaugurate free transportation for public schools students with over 40 Coaster buses provided
  • Distributed fortified healthy nutritious milk for public school pupils in partnership with West African Milk Company (WAMCO)
  • Established the Omoluabi Boys and Girls Club to teach good morals and values in children
  • Re-introduced into schools the forgotten  rhymes and poems which teaches hardwork, resilience and honesty