Titcombe College ex-students meet
• Launch ‘Us Project’ to Lift Up Members
• Handover Sports Pavilion to School’s Management
Titcombe College Egbe Old Students Association (TCEOSA), 1988 set, rose from this year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), with a resolution to embark on what it termed “Us Project”, as next in focus.
The AGM, preceded by a public lecture and a mock assembly, involving students of the school, was held at the college’s auditorium, with membership drawn from across the country.
The set, which held its maiden reunion in 31 years, between November 29 and December 1, 2019, also handed over the N1m re-modelled sports pavilion to the school’s management.
The public lecture themed: “Titcombe College Egbe: from humble background to Global Influence” was delivered by former Nigeria’s ambassador to Sri Lanka, Chief Rotimi Akenson, who is also the Lisa of Egbe.
At a press briefing in Abuja, yesterday, by its President, Felix O. Olu, TCEOSA set of 1983/1988 said members at the maiden AGM unanimously resolved that focus would shift to the wellbeing of individual members of the set.
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