Students of the Ondo State School of Health Technology have again smashed record at
West Africa Health Examination Board qualifying examination.
The students sterling performance is coming on the heels of the 98 percent success recorded in the qualifying examination.
According to the school principal, Dr Felix Olawoye out of the 200 students who sat for the examinations, 199 passed excellently.
He said the board also confirmed to him that the result was the best nationwide.
Dr Olawoye attributed this sterling performance to the school’s strict adherence to standard, zero tolerance for indiscipline among its students as well as support by the Akeredolu led administration.
He said the examination will enable the student register as public health nursing practitioners and environmental officers
Dr Olawoye said the school thorough prudent use of it’s grant from government and internally generated revenue has been able to initiate many projects which have been hailed by regulatory bodies during accreditation visits.