Akarigbo Vows To Protect Interest Of School Children.. Urges Them To Shun Cultism, Other Vices - EDU-BIZNEWS


Sunday, December 17, 2023

Akarigbo Vows To Protect Interest Of School Children.. Urges Them To Shun Cultism, Other Vices

Akarigbo and paramount ruler of Remoland, Oba Babatunde Ajayi, has vowed to always protect the interest of school children in Nigeria, even as he  urged them to be good ambassadors of the country, by shunning cultism and all acts of criminality capable of destroying their promising future 

Oba Ajayi made the call at the end of the year children‘s party, organised by the Radanuwa of Idado, HRH, Oba Musiliu Soile, in collaboration with Friends of Ronzls Foundation, at the Foundation’s House, St Paul Primary School, Sagamu.

The paramount ruler who pledged to support the Remo Growth and Development Foundation (RGDF), lauded  the Prince Dapo Abiodun administration for its giant strides in the education sector, appreciating  the organisers for supporting the mantra of Building Our Future Together.

In his remarks, Oba Soile appreciated the government’s Public Private Partnership (PPP) initiative, saying it had given private individuals and traditional rulers, among others, opportunities to contribute their quota to the development of education in the state.

 He enjoined children to remain focused and avoid distractions in their academic  pursuits, urging parents to be friendly  in the course of interacting with their  children, so as to ensure beneficial feedback.

Earlier, the Founder, Friends of Ronzls Foundation, Mrs. Ola Sulaimon, ccommended the PPP policy, disclosing that the obje time of the foundation was to educate and nurture learners for greater heights.

Also speaking , the Education Secretary, Sagamu Local Government Education Authority, Apostle Amos Okubote, said the ICT Centre at the foundation had given the children the opportunity to have practical computer experience which made teaching and learning easy and built their confidence to perform excellently in various competitions.

He explained that the foundation had been supportive of the children with textbooks, school bags and sandals, urging other well-meaning personalities to emulate the gesture to further develop the education sector.

 In her goodwill message, the Director, Academic School Services, Basic Education Board, (SUBEB), Mrs. Kehinde Anifowose, appreciated the founder for the gesture, imploring parents to ensure children cultivate maintenance culture and make good use of the facilities.


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