Ekiti State Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Foluso Daramola, has disclosed that the Nigerian Army would establish three command secondary schools in the State.
Daramola made this known in Ado-Ekiti during a chat with journalists. According to him, five senior Military Officers will arrived the State April 28, 2019 added that the visitation would last for five days.
The commissioner said that each of the Senatorial Districts will have one command secondary school.
He said that in the course of the assessment the team will be expected to pay courtesy calls to the royal fathers of the proposed host community for the establishment of the schools.
He noted that the Senior Military Officers will also have briefing sessions with the Royal Fathers before they proceed to conduct assessment of the sites.
The commissioner said that the Military Officers will visit the proposed temporary sites and later move to assess the permanent sites, adding that the three Command Secondary Schools will commence in September, 2019 at Ijero Ekiti, Ikere-Ekiti and Isan Ekiti.
It will be recalled that the state government would establish four new secondary schools to complement the existing ones and will take off in September this year.
Daramola said that the third term 2018/2019 academic session will commence on Monday April 29, 2019 and called on all the public and private schools in the State to adhere strictly to the school calendar.