Lagos Long Service Awards: THANKS TO LASG FOR MAKING TEACHERS REWARD POSSIBLE ON EARTH – Okelola

(Lagos Long Service Awards)THANKS TO LASG FOR MAKING TEACHERS REWARD POSSIBLE ON EARTH- Okelola

Gbenga Adewale

The Lagos State government has been appreciated for making Teachers rewards which has always been said its in heaven to be possible on earth.

The Education District 6,Tutor General Permanent Secretary,Mrs Okelola Oluwadara expressed her joy with thanksgiving to the Lagos government during the Lagos Public Service Office’s Long Service Awards ceremony held on Friday at the Adeyemi Bero hall,Alausa Secretariat Ikeja,that her thought 3 decades ago when she joined the service was never to be this great precisely at 33 years to receive a very special Award at its 14th edition of the Awards.

She explained that Lagos State has provided the technology for our students to achieve greatness in the next 2 years so as to compete globally with other students without fear.

She however described Teachers as Co maker,Co developer and Co builder with God that as lives of the students are entrusted to teachers ,those lives needed to be turned out great in life to becoming Professors,Doctors,Presidents and Governors etc.

One of the Long Service awardee,Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Information and Strategy ,Mr Olushina Thorpe gave thanks also to God for bringing him far to this stage with a good presentation of award,while he urged everyone to be kind,patient,loyal and endure in any given position in the service.

Mr Thorpe advised that quality in journalism could be achieved if the body of information dissemination and Nigerian Union of Journalists encourage more in training the journalists professionally all times.

The Lagos State Head of Service,Mr Hakeem Muri – Okunola congratulated and rejioced with all 861 proud recipients of the year 2020 Awards and their relations not only for the grace of the Almighty God which saw them through the last 30 years in Lagos State service but for their dedication, diligence,loyalty and invaluable contributions to the State public Service and its development.

He advised the Awardees not to rest on their oars ,but to continue to exhibit the high sense of responsibility, commitment to duty.

The SSG Mrs Folasade Jaaji said in her goodwill message that she would not do but to congratulate all Awardees and also charge them to let their relations know that they must take safety precautions to prevent against COVID 19 pandemics because its real and we need to save more lives. She said.

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