Group urges pupils to be good ambassadors
Ademokun stated this while addressing pupils, teachers, parents, Lagos State Ministry of environment and stakeholders in Lagos.
She said AAAF has continued to transform the lives of pupils in public schools to boost their academic excellence and confidence.
Among the schools who benefited from the foundation‘s largesse are: Ajegunle primary school, L A Primary school, Christ the King, Anglican school and St John Anglican primary.
She disclosed that the event, which was a collaboration between the AAAF and World Bank Staff community project to support to enhance primary six pupils of the schools to boost their academic performance and confidence.
The Foundation recently donated 250 school bags and 250 solar lamps both in Lagos and Ogun states.
Ademokun urged individuals and corporate organizations to support the government to provide well-stocked and computerized libraries and regular training for teachers to enhance the pupils’ academic excellence.
She observed that there is need for donor agencies, corporate and individuals to support government to carter for the pupils, such as provision of conducive environment for learning and improved welfare in public schools.