Stella Dimoko Gov Abiodun Of Ogun State Suspends Controversial N3,700 Fee In Public Schools


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Saturday, September 21, 2019

Gov Abiodun Of Ogun State Suspends Controversial N3,700 Fee In Public Schools

The Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun has ordered the suspension of the controversial N3,700 ‘donation’ reportedly introduced by the Parents/Teachers’ Association (PTA) for payment by pupils in all the State’s public secondary schools and technical colleges.

DAILY POST reported on September 4th that pupils in Ogun State public secondary schools and technical colleges are to pay the sum of N3,700 per term, indicating a total of N11,100 for the 2019/2020 academic session; contrary to Abiodun’s campaign promise to make education free in public schools in Ogun.

Gov. Abiodun on Friday admitted that the fee negates the principle of free education, which his administration promised to give to the people; adding that, “it’s like collecting school fee through the backdoor. ”


  1. He had calculated the loot that will generate for him.
    Other countries are making secondary education free and compulsory with feeding o and this is his contraption.
    And their kids will be sent to those countries to study free o.
    All those feeding on the blood of the common people in Nigeria, your judgment days are coming.

    1. My dear I don’t hoe it is in other countries but this American free education is not free. No no school fee is charged but they send list for parents to buy things for the class. Most places charge for lunch and also if your kids wants to do certain activities in school the charge is very high. Pretty much free is not free. I hear Canada is better at truly free

  2. He should pls stop the paying of 20k as transfer fee for students from another state to ogunstate and the payment of 10k as transfer fee for students from private school to government schools in ogunstate. The money is too much abeg.

  3. He should pay lecturers of TASUED their long owed salary and stop arresting them. Students should go back to study already Biko.

  4. He should pay MAPOLY staff their 4 months outstanding salaries too


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