As Queen’s College, Lagos, recently, Commemorated its 95th founder’s day, the President of the Old Girls Association (QCOGA), Mrs. Ifueko Omoigui-Okauru, has called on stakeholders to support the school so as to improve on its infrastructure, curriculum content and quality of teachers.
She described the college as a national monument that attracted students from different religions and ethnic groups across all the federation.
Speaking at the programme, she recalled that
In the past, the federal government funded the school system adequately, but that has since changed with the establishment of more schools and a growing population.
According to her, “we were all beneficiaries of this, we enjoyed good food, text books, good chairs and tables, music, as well as assembly hall activities.
“However, with the establishment of more schools, a rapidly growing population, less revenue per capita and more students, government…
Source: Thisday Newspaper