Oluwaseyi Gabriel Ogundare; Prioritizing Quality Education, the Panacea for human development

The central effort of human capital development is the educational sector. Education is the most powerful weapon to change the world.One in every five of the world's out-of-school children is in Nigeria. Even though primary education is officially free and compulsory, about 10.5 million of the country's children aged 5-14 years are not in school. Nigeria's educational system has not kept pace with the rapid population growth and growing school-age population.
The quality of basic education in Nigeria is extremely poor, leading to low demand and unacceptably low academic performance.

To change this narrative, Oluwaseyi Gabriel Ogundare, a community developer and social development advocate has taken it upon himself to prioritize the education of teeming members of the Owo/Ose constituency and others outside the Constituency. 
In other to contribute his quota to human capital development and change the narrative of education decadence in our part of the world, Oluwaseyi Ogundare, in continuum has offered scholarship awards to indigent students. 

Ogundare, in his quest for the development of his community, single-handedly constructed 4 Blocks of Classrooms and 2 Staff offices in Ijagba/Imoru Comprehensive High School, Distribution of Notebooks to students, payment of Jamb forms, and most recently, a full scholarship award to children of the victims of the Owo Massacre. These are top-notch contributions from an individual without a political office or appointment. 

Without an iota of doubt, Oluwaseyi Gabriel Ogundare’s promises when elected as the lawmaker representing Owo/Ose federal constituency in the National Assembly is no political jamboree. The masses can be rest assured to have a good qualitative and quantitative education with Ogundare at the helm of affairs. Ogundare has promised to employ a participatory approach to enact and sponsor bills that will change the policies on education in Nigeria.

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