Quality education not cheap, says proprietress

educationThe proprietress of Goseld Nursey and Primary School, Aboru, Lagos, Mrs Kelicha Ochonogor, has said that provision of quality education at any level anywhere in the world does not come that cheap.

She said it required a lot of resources, money, time, dedication and commitment to run what she called functional and effective private schools, especially in an inflation-riden economy such as Nigeria.

Mrs Ochonogor made this observation in a chat with newsmen to kick-start the academic operations of her newly established school ahead of today’s resumption.

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Speaking about the school, she said it was out to produce total child who would be comfortably match academically, morally and responsibly with his or her peer anywhere around the world.

Mrs. Ochonogor, an author of “United Nations Partner with God” and 11 other books including “A Shadow in the Shade,” “Understanding the face of liberty,”and “Sacrifices of the Virtous Woman, all published within two years” explained that the production of such type of students had been her long time dream, hence the establishment of the school.


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