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Saturday, 22 July 2017

Photos: Gov. Fayose's Son Graduates, Blasts Pres. Buhari for Sending his Kids Abroad


The governor's second son, Ayorogbayimika Fayose graduated from Covenant University, a few days back.

The governor who supported another Christian University in Benin a while back, used the opportunity to blast other public officials who send their kids abroad for study. This is what he said in a statement via his SA, Lere Olayinka.......

"We talk and do. Whatever we say is what we practice. Apart from the fact that none of my children attended schools abroad, I have never travelled out of the country for Medicare.

“Even though the views of people like us might not be popular among the powers that be because we say the truth and act the truth, we won’t stop telling them what they do not like to hear and one of such is that the only way to improve the standard of education in the country is for children of holders of public office to experience what children of ordinary Nigerians are experiencing in schools in the country.

“During my first tenure as governor, I took my son from a private school and enrolled him in SUBEB Model Primary School in Ado Ekiti.

“Today again, I am here to witness the graduation of my son and I make bold to say here that none of my children attended tertiary institution outside Nigeria.

“That should be the spirit not a situation where someone is the minister of education in Nigeria and his children are schooling abroad. And by enforcing this too, we will be saving Nigeria a lot of foreign exchange being wasted on medical and academic tourism.”

“Even children of President Muhammadu Buhari that they told us lived a modest life attended universities abroad.

Shouldn’t President Buhari have lived by example by enrolling his children in universities in Nigeria?”

“We are after quality education and we want to maintain our position as leaders in the education sector. We are first in NECO examinations and we are among the best in WAEC and the only industry in Ekiti State is education and we can’t afford to let it depreciate.”



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