The Old Student Association of Amazing Grace School, Otun-Ekiti, Moba Local Government Area of Ekiti State, recently donated cash to SS3 students preparing for the West African Examinations Certificate (WAEC).
The Amazing Grace Old Students’ Association under the Leadership of her President, Elijah Ayokunle Falade, was flanked by the Vice President, Mrs Ayobami Adedoyin together with other members of the Alumni association, presented the cheque of Two Hundred Thousand Naira as part of their efforts to give back to their alma mater.
Falade said the gesture was done in remembrance of the First and Founding President of the Association who’s also the first senior prefect boy of the school, the Late Toba Paul Kolawole.
The association Launched the Toba Kolawole Educational Foundation in December 2020 where they gave out Jamb forms to the students of the school.
The AGOSA President said the Initiative was birth by the 2006 Set and was done through the Old Student Association.
Falade charges the Students on the Importance of Education and the great impact it has on their Future.
He admonished the Students to be of Good Conduct and Ambassadors to the great citadel of learning and as well to be diligent, determined, and focused.
The Proprietor of the School, Pastor Edward Adejoro while receiving the cheque appreciated the kind gesture and thoughtfulness of the association spare headed by the 2006 set.
He said the support to the Students will help the Parents and allow the Student to Concentrate more on their Studies.
The Parent Teacher Association Chairman, Mr Dominic Kenneth commended the initiative of the old students.
The Head boy of the school, Oni Israel Temiloluwa thanked AGOSA for their gestures and promised the students will concentrate on their studies and make the school proud.
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Always proud of you guys, keep the ball rolling and the flag flying. Greater accomplishments and more fulfilments in your endeavors.
May the light of the school keep shining brightly.