ALA Care Foundation Presents JAMB Forms To 181 Secondary School Leavers In Ibadan South East LG


    In a bid to contribute positively to the advancement of education sector in Oyo state, a non-governmental organisation, ALA Care Foundation, has presented JAMB forms to 181 secondary school leavers in Ibadan South East local government

    The presentation of the forms was an initiative of the founder ALA Care Foundation, Hon Oludamilola Oluwole ALA towards complementing the effort of Governor Seyi Makinde in the area of education.

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    “The vision of ALA Care Foundation is to give back to the society through corporate social responsibility especially in the education sector”

    “The symbolic presentation of free JAMB forms to 181 secondary school leavers by ALA Care Foundation will no doubt encourage the students to further their studies at various higher institutions of their choice,” ALA stated.

    In his remarks, the commissioner for education, science and technology, Barrister Abdulrahmon Abdulraheem said government appreciates the efforts of ALA Care Foundation towards improving the standard of education in the state.

    The commissioner who was represented by Pastor Adewale Oluwole urged the 181 recipients of the JAMB forms to make good use of the opportunity presented to them.

    Also, the chairman of the day, Engr. Joseph Olasunkanmi, who is the PDP senatorial candidate for Oyo South promised to give full scholarship to the three best students among the recipients.

    Tegbe commended the founder of ALA Care Foundation for the initiative, pledging his continuous support for the foundation.

    He also reiterated his commitment to ensure that those recipients of free JAMB forms that score above 200 will be supported to pursue their dreams.

    In their separate remarks, former commissioner for environment and natural resources, Dr Idowu Oyeleke; special adviser to the governor on culture and tourism, Hon Akeem Ige and the principal of Ibadan Grammar School, Molete, Mr Johnson Oladejo appreciated the foundation for complimenting government’s and they encouraged the students to perform well in the examination

    According to the coordinator of ALA Care Foundation, Comrade Gbolagade Ajibade, the JAMB forms were presented to the students to aid their preparation for the examination

    Ajibade said the best students with good scores will be adequately rewarded by the founder.

    The event also had in attendance, former chairman of Egbeda local government Barr Fatai Akinsanmi, former lawmaker, Hon Bolanle Agbaje, secretary to the Ibadan South East local government, Hon Omikunle, Mr Agbejimi, PTA Chairman in the council Area, Omituntun Teachers Emancipation, Parents and other stakeholders.

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