In a grand ceremony held by the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Dr. John Oke, the Executive Director of Best Legacy College of Education, was honored on Thursday with the prestigious Award of Excellence for his outstanding contributions to educational development in Oyo state.
The event, graced by notable personalities in the education sector, took place in Oyo State, Nigeria, and saw Chief Yomi Otubola, the national chairman of NAPPS, bestowing the well-deserved award upon Hon. John Oke.
The award recognized Hon. John Oke’s relentless efforts and dedication to improving the quality of education in the country.
As the Executive Director of Best Legacy College of Education, he has demonstrated exemplary leadership, innovative teaching methodologies, and a commitment to nurturing future leaders.
He added that his contributions have positively impacted the lives of countless students, instilling in them a passion for learning and personal growth.
During the ceremony, NAPPS commended Hon. John Oke for his instrumental role in promoting scholarship schemes in Oyo State and across Nigeria.
“His advocacy for equal access to quality education has helped students from diverse backgrounds pursue their academic dreams, empowering them to become valuable contributors to society”.
Hon. John Oke expressed his gratitude for the recognition and vowed to continue his unwavering efforts in advancing educational standards in the country.
He emphasized the importance of collaboration between private and public educational institutions to create an all-encompassing and dynamic learning environment for students.
The event also saw other distinguished individuals being honored for their significant contributions to education.
Among them were Dr. Deji Adeleke, CEO of Pacific Holdings and Chancellor of Adeleke University, and Chief Michael Ade-Ojo, CEO of Elizade motors and Chancellor of Elizade University, along with other notable dignitaries.