Â A stalwart of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and former Minister of Works, Senator Adeseye Ogunlewe has lauded Federal Government for the commencement of its ‘Home Grown School Feeding Programme,’ for 5.5 million pupils by September.Ogunlewe made the commendation on the sidelines of the Graduation Ceremony of 130 students of Free Computer Training Programme organised by a Lagos Lawmaker, Mr Olusola Sokunle, in Lagos.
He also urged the Government to ensure installation of computers in all schools to further improve quality of education.
According to him, such step will make students to compete favourably with their counterparts across the globe.
“Without education, there is no country. We don’t even need oil; we don’t need any minerals, education is enough to move the country forward.
“Every Nigerian child must be able to have access to computer. Teaching of computer must be made compulsory in schools from primary school to university.”
According to him, every school child across levels of education in South Africa has access to computer and this has helped the country to move forward in education.
Ogunlewe said that more development would come to education if Nigerian students had access to computer and motivated teachers.
He urged all elected representatives under the platforms of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to ensure they impacted the lives of the people in their constituencies.
The PDP stalwart expressed the belief that all Nigerians should enjoy dividends of democracy.Â