The schools are: Local Government Primary School, Oke-Ishagun/Ikola, Alimosho Local Government Education Authority (LGEA); Community Primary School, Abule-Eko, Ikorodu LGEA; and Tsangaya Primary School, Orofun, Ibeju-Lekki, LGEA.
According to the Executive Chairman of Lagos State Universal Basic Education Board (LSUBEB), Dr Ganiyu Sopeyin, the establishment of the new schools is as a result of the government's commitment to expanding access to free and qualitative basic education.
Sopeyin warned public school teachers against collecting levies from pupils or their parents or violating any other rules or regulations to avoid facing disciplinary action.
With the new addition, Lagos now has 1,010 public primary schools.
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