The Lagos State Universal Basic Education Board (LASUBEB)has sought the collaboration of the state’s Surveyor General’s office in the fulfillment of the mandate of creating a conducive teaching and learning environment.
During the visit to the Surveyor General at Alausa, Ikeja, the Executive Chairman, LASUBEB, Wahab Alawiye-King appreciated the office for it’s effort in maintaining and securing government’s assets in the state.
He explained that the Board is committed to providing a safe school environment for pupils, adding that for it to manage the 1,017 public primary schools and every other asset related to the Board in the state, there is a need for proper identification.
The Board sought the assistance of the Surveyor General in securing titled documents of school lands and the determination of school boundaries.
“We identify that what belongs to everybody belongs to nobody. We must be in charge, as managers. We must take ownership in order to avoid mismanagement of government assets…” Alawiye-King said.
The Surveyor General, Olutomi Sangowawa, promised its partnership with the Board in providing necessary information on the lands and infrastructures for better service delivery.
“It is appropriate for agencies to collaborate in other to achieve a greater Lagos of Mr. Governor.
“We are educators and we are service providers. For effectiveness and better results we are always ready to work with the Board,” he said.