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King’s College lauds foundation, others over library project

By Isaac Taiwo
30 July 2022   |   2:43 am
The King’s College, Lagos has commended the Triune Foundation and co-sponsors of the refurbishment of the school’s library, urging public-spirited groups to complement the government’s efforts

King’s College, Lagos

The King’s College, Lagos has commended the Triune Foundation and co-sponsors of the refurbishment of the school’s library, urging public-spirited groups to complement the government’s efforts at boosting the quality of education in the country.

The Principal, Andrew Agada made the commendation at the opening of the refurbished library, a project was undertaken to celebrate the birthday of the Senior Pastor, Trinity House and Managing Partner, SIAO, a professional accounting firm, Ituah Ighodalo.

“We appreciate the gesture of Ighodalo and the foundation. The bulk of work done include changing the very bad ceiling to a suspended ceiling, procuring new fans and new chairs, fixing the light, painting the library and fixing new window blinds,” he said.

Ighodalo said when he was celebrating his 60th birthday last year, Pastor Jeremiah Akinsele, the Founder of Triune Foundation, in which he is involved, came up with the idea of refurbishing the library when he visited the school.

Akinsele told The Guardian that the project, which was executed to honour Ighodalo in his alma mater, was sponsored by his foundation, SIAO Partner, Trinity House and Magnificent Choice Services Project and Engineering Limited.

The General Secretary, of the Old Boys’ Association of the school, Aladesanmi Rotimi described the project as noble and worthy of emulation.

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