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INSIDEMAINLAND – The Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has reaffirmed the state’s zero-tolerance policy toward all types of violence and promised to use all available means to stop them.

He made this statement during the fourth annual community empowerment and sensitization session, which was intended to bring up topics important to the welfare and well-being of residents and gather insightful comments that may help with efficient planning and development.

Sanwo-Olu praised the First Lady for her relentless efforts to combat the problems of drug abuse, domestic violence, and gender-based violence.

The Governor, who was represented by Mrs. Folashade Jaji, Secretary to the State Government (SSG), recalled that the First Lady has been at the forefront of the struggle against all forms of abuse and execution of useful projects toward building a stable society since the inception of the current administration, which, in his view, is a major goal of his administration’s policy as captured in the THEMES agenda.

In her speech, the First Lady, Dr. Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu, said that the program was designed as a forum to connect the government with citizens, thereby developing mutual understanding, which is a crucial component needed to accelerate growth and grease the wheel of progress.

However, the Lagos State administration has pledged to consistently pursue its three components, quality, and relevance—in order to maintain its plan for a well-structured education in the state.

Sanwo-Olu made this pledge yesterday through his Special Adviser on Education at the literacy conference organized by the Rotary Club of Isolo He said the state had committed to ensuring that the 700 secondary schools produce students who are knowledgeable, capable of critical thought, and ICT-compliant in order to prepare them for the twenty-first century.

He added that the administration had improved the sector’s standing by committing itself fully to guaranteeing an inclusive, relevant education.

Dr. Atilade Oshoniyi, President of the Rotary Club of Isolo, who was represented by Rotarian Abimbola Oseni, President-elect, said the event was arranged in observance of World Literacy Day as well as the Rotary calendar theme for the year, physical education and literacy.

The club added that the Sanwo-Olu-led administration had made significant progress toward ensuring an inclusive education policy in the state and complimented the governor for his efforts to improve the quality of education in the state.

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