– Princess Adenike Adeniran pointed out the growing number of extracurricular children in Nigeria.
– Adeniran said the federal government alone could not handle the number, which had increased in three months.
– According to your private company, organizations should step in to address the problem.
Princess Adenike Adeniran, an accounting pioneer, says it seems the federal government cannot cope with the growing number of extra-curricular children in the country.
The renowned stockbroker announced this when speaking at the Imole Noble Educational Foundation (INEF) awards ceremony on Thursday, May 27th. in the state of Lagos
She is of the opinion that individuals, companies and organizations should accept and support their support in order to address the problem.
She added that in addition to providing financial support, institutions should offer their expertise to help reduce the number of children leaving school.
INEF has been set up to provide scholarships to needy but brilliant students who have been admitted to public colleges in Nigeria.
The scholarship is for 100-200 Open to students at public universities in the 6 geopolitical zones in Nigeria.
Increasing number of out-of-school children
We remind you that the federal government is the current Number of extra-curricular children in the country at 10 million ions.
This was announced by the Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, on Thursday, March 18, 2020.
The Minister of Education Adamu Adamu had already said in January that the number of extra-curricular children, which was 10.1 million in 2019, had fallen to 6.946 million in 2020.
Special program for extra-curricular children
The President said the implementation of the program would cover a limited scope of subjects such as math, English language, basic science and social studies for children with restricted access.