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Ajimobi, Ojerinde Rally Support For Sustainable Development In Oke-Ogun

By Daniel Anazia   |   05 December 2015   |   3:33 am  

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Oyo State governor, Senator Isiaka Ajimobi is joining other eminent personalities today as in rallying support for education and sustainable development in Oke-Ogun, Oyo State at the grand finale of this year’s Pioneer Movement, Iseyin (PMI) Week, which ends today.

This year’s annual week which is chaired by the Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation (JAMB), Prof. Dibu Ojerinde is centred around charting a sustainable course for the educationally underdeveloped Oke-Ogun area of Oyo State, with literary icon and former member, House of Representatives, Dr. Wale Okediran speaking on ‘Education For Sustainable Development In Oke-Ogun: What Must Be Done.’

Pioneer Movement, Iseyin (PMI) is a socio-educational group comprising professionals from Iseyin and its environs, formed with the primary objective of striving for educational development, social justice and poverty alleviation in Iseyin and Oke-Ogun.

In its close to three decades of existence, the movement has championed the cause of development of Iseyin community by organising regular economic, social, health, political and educational programmes to advance the cause of Oyo State, Oke-Ogun area and Iseyin community.

In a release signed by the chairman, Organising Committee, Pioneer Bolanle Azeez, highlights of the week include the Pioneer Ajibike Bisiriyu Memorial Football Competition final, which held yesterday, and the Educational Development Lecture, as well as scholarship awards and handing over of the rehabilitated school today.



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