Old Students Praise Osun

The Old Students Association of the Baptist High School, Iwo, Osun State, has hailed the government’s effort in ridding schools of cultism and other social vices.

Handing over a block of classrooms renovated by the 1989 set, the President of the set, Prince Ademola Adedapo, said it was important for everyone to support the government to revamp education in the interest of the future of the nation.

On behalf of his mates, Adedapo, who urged students to shun cult activities, praised Governor Rauf Aregbesola for planning to introduce Education-Marshals (Edu-Marshals) in all state secondary schools to enforce discipline.

He blamed parents for their wards’ bad behaviours, advising that training and upbringing of their children should not be left in the hands of teachers.