Singer, Portable to renovate public school in Ogun (Video)

Nigerian musician, Habeeb Okikiola better known as Portable has promised to renovate one of the government-owned schools in his neighbourhood.

The Zeh Nation founder who is based in Abeokuta ,Ogun state made the pledge during a recent visit to the public secondary school situated close to his villa.

Portable to renovate school

The principal welcomed Portable and his crew and she appreciated him for indicating interest in giving the school a new face.

In a live video that is making the rounds on social media, the artiste could be seen talking about his plans while in the principal’s office. Nigerians praised Portable to his selfless gesture and prayed for God to bless him.

See the video:

lamodess commented; 😂😂 oju ti governor 😂 Generous portable😂

sparklingcleaningfumigation; I like the man God will continue to bless you beyond your expectations

nuvo_xx; Portable and God bless you 5&6

ayam_palesh; That’s how it should be…. God bless you @portablebaeby 👏👏👏👏

In another news…

Governor of Taraba, Dr Agbu Kefas, has mandated the introduction of master’s degree as the minimum academic qualification for anyone wishing to teach in the state’s secondary schools.

He also said that the minimum academic qualification for teachers in primary school will be a university first degree.

The governor added that the study of History as a subject would be reintroduced in the basic education curriculum starting from primary schools in the state.

Kefas said; “We are going to reintroduce History studies in our primary and secondary schools in the state to lay a solid foundation for accelerated development.

“In no distant time, primary school teachers in the state must be first degree holders while secondary school teachers must have a minimum of master’s degree to enhance the quality of education in the state.

“This is the main reason we have slashed the school fees for undergraduates in the state university. We must secure a good future for our children. Our free education policy is not a joke and anybody who stands on the way to achieving this will be crushed.”