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Lagos, School Develop Electric Car Technology

Leave a comment | | August 30, 2022 2:34 pm

The Lagos State Government has collaborated with the management and staff members of Lagos Peculiar School, Lekki, to develop an electric car assembled by the students.

The Director-General of the Lagos State Safety Commission, Mr Lanre Mojola, according to a statement on Monday, described the feat as an effort that should encourage children to explore their self-development goals.

Mojola, who was represented by Mr Rafiu Ajose at the car unveiling and exhibition in Lagos, was quoted to have emphasised the importance of safety precautions during projects.

He said, “I express my joy to be here this morning as the special guest of honour at this special and very important occasion to showcase in-built capacities of our dear children in this era of technology and entertainment, which if well harnessed, is a source of self-development goals for the children where they can be employers of labour that will contribute to the nation’s economy growth.

“I must also reiterate that safety is key in all human endeavours, particularly, during the production of the projects, that all necessary safety precautions should be strictly adhere to, particularly, Personal Protective Equipment, should be worn at all times to prevent hazards and injuries that may hinder accomplishment of their aims and objectives.”

In his address, the school’s Executive Director, Dr Ayodele Ashaolu, noted that the school would continue to showcase inbuilt capacities of students, in realisation that the government cannot provide all the needed jobs.

“We shall continue to show case in built capacities of our children in this era of technology and entertainment, even at this time that all efforts and concentration is on white collar jobs, and which in actual sense is not available,” he said.

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