Delta State Government has given approved the establishment of four new Polytechnics in the state.
The State Information Commissioner, Chike Ogeah Esq, stated this while briefing journalists on the resolutions reached at the weekly State Executive Council meeting which took place in Asaba at the Government House.
The Commissioner said, it was the government decision to further develop the state and bring education closer to the people particularly in the riverine communities of the state.
The Commissioner for Special Infrastructure, Barrister Orezi Esievor, also added that the Ministry of Education as well as SUBEB had built and renovated well over fifteen thousand one hundred and fourteen primary and secondary schools in the state.
She said that the directorate was born out of Governor’s desire to do a total rehabilitation of schools in the state, adding that so far contract for building and renovation of 60 schools had been awarded by the special infrastructure implementation committee, adding that the projects were at their various levels of completion.
She said that there were about 14 schools across the three senatorial districts that had been completed, adding that model primary schools would be fully equipped with the state of the arts facilities that would make learning conducive for pupils.
The new polytechnics would be sited at Aboh, Abigborodo, Sapele and Bomadi.
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