The management and staff of Ferscoat International School, Ipaja, Lagos, has concluded plans to roll out the drums to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the school.
The school started as a coaching class in April 1991 but, because of demand by parents, was converted to full-fledged school (primary) in September 1992.
Addressing newsmen on the activities lined up for the 30th anniversary, the proprietor, Pastor Felix Opata, described education as the bedrock of any developing economy, stating, “no country can develop her human resources without quality education.’’
Opata said statistics in 2018 put Nigeria’s literacy rate at 62.2 percent, while, in the 2012 UNESCO record, Lagos State had a 92 percent literacy rate. He attributed the increase to the involvement of private individuals in the provision of quality education… Read More
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