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Lawmaker expresses disappointment over 2024 JAMB results, urges parents, guardians to wake up

The recently released 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) results by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) have revealed a concerning trend. According to the data, the overall pass rate was only 24%, indicating a 76% failure rate. This is a significant drop from the previous year’s pass rate of 60%. These results have sparked disappointment among stakeholders, particularly Hon. Oluwole Emmanuel Ogunmolasuyi, the Majority Leader of the Ondo State House of Assembly.

Hon. Ogunmolasuyi has expressed his disappointment over the overall performance of candidates in the UTME. He has called on parents to take a more active role in monitoring and guiding their children’s academic pursuits. He emphasized the importance of limiting distractions and creating conducive home learning environments.

Additionally, Hon. Ogunmolasuyi believes that the government should play a more significant role in providing quality education and motivating teachers. He stressed the need for government intervention, such as increasing the education budget, implementing teacher training programs, and improving school infrastructure, to ensure teachers are adequately equipped and motivated to impart knowledge effectively.

In light of these results, Hon. Ogunmolasuyi has called for a collective effort from all stakeholders, including parents, government officials, and educators, to address the education sector’s challenges. He emphasized the importance of collaboration in improving the quality of education in Ondo State and Nigeria.

In his address, Hon. Oluwole Emmanuel Ogunmolasuyi expressed deep concern over the implications of the high failure rate on the future of education in Ondo State. He underscored that the alarming number of candidates who did not meet the required threshold is a clear and urgent indication of underlying issues that demand immediate attention.

Hon. Ogunmolasuyi underscored the need for parents to prioritize their children’s education and ensure that they are academically prepared and emotionally and psychologically supported. He urged parents to actively engage with their children’s educational journey, providing guidance and encouragement to help them succeed, thereby empowering them with the crucial role they play in their children’s education.

Furthermore, Hon. Ogunmolasuyi stressed the importance of government intervention in addressing the education sector’s challenges. He called on the government to prioritize education and allocate adequate resources to improve infrastructure, enhance teacher training, and provide necessary student support systems.

The Majority Leader also underscored the need for teachers to be motivated and appreciated for their hard work and dedication. He emphasized that teachers play a crucial role in shaping the nation’s future and should be adequately supported to perform their duties effectively.

Hon. Ogunmolasuyi reiterated his commitment to working with all stakeholders to address the issues affecting the education sector in Ondo State. He called for a collaborative effort from parents, government officials, educators, and the larger community to ensure that every child in Ondo State has access to quality education and the opportunity to achieve their full potential.

Hon. Ogunmolasuyi’s statements underscore the critical role of education in societal development and the need for concerted efforts to enhance the educational sector. He remains committed to supporting specific initiatives aimed at improving education in Ondo State, such as the provision of free textbooks to students, the establishment of more schools in rural areas, and the implementation of a comprehensive teacher training program.

Hon. Oluwole Emmanuel Ogunmolasuyi
ODHA Majority Leader
Owo Constituency 1
Chairman, Southwest Majority Leaders

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