A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State, Prince Dayo Adeyeye, has expressed shock over what he called mass failure of the indigenes from the
state, in the 2018 May/June West African School Certificate Examination.
Adeyeye blamed it on the “systemic” breakdown of education in the state under Governor Ayodele Fayose.
This was contained in a press release signed by his media aide, Bayo Ojo, on Friday.
“One is shocked with the abysmal mass failure of Ekiti students in the recently released WAEC 2018 results placing the state on number 23 out of 36 states.
“We have earlier cried to the public that the celebrated achievement of coming first in NECO examination was as a result of concerted efforts made by Oni/Fayemi administrations to reposition the education sector.
“It takes time for a seed to germinate and bear fruits. The results of the giant strides of the two administrations and huge
investment in pedagogical and
infrastructural facilities was undeservedly appropriated by Fayose as his achievements.
“One wondered then how you could achieve such outstanding result without any investment whatsoever in infrastructural and human capital development. Fayose was claiming that he could reap without sowing. Now the
deceit has finally been exposed,” it read.