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Council assures support for N50m ICT project

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President, 1994 Class, Creek High School, Ajegunle, Lagos, Mr. Iliaro Benedict (left); Mr. Jide George; Baale Alayabiagba, High Chief Adeshina Ojora; Baale of Tolu; High Chief Ajibola; and Principal, Mrs. Olawunmi Adelaja, inspecting the prototype of the N50m ICT school project

President, 1994 Class, Creek High School, Ajegunle, Lagos, Mr. Iliaro Benedict (left); Mr. Jide George; Baale Alayabiagba, High Chief Adeshina Ojora; Baale of Tolu; High Chief Ajibola; and Principal, Mrs. Olawunmi Adelaja, inspecting the prototype of the N50m ICT school project<br />

The authorities of Ajeromi/Ifelodun Local Government Local Area of Lagos State has expressed its commitment to do its best to ensure that the N50m ICT Centre project sponsored by the Old Students Association (1994 class) of the Creek High school Tolu area, Ajegunle, Lagos is executed without hindrance.

Personal Assistant to the council’s Sole Administrator, Mr. Jide George,who stated this during the ground breaking of the project, promised the support of the council.

The ceremony was performed by a renowned philanthropist, Mr. Abubakar Jibia, assisted by the Principal of the School, Mrs. Olawunmi Adelaja and witnessed by top government officials, traditional rulers and captains of industries.

Abubukar who was also the chairman of the occasion, promised to assist financially in the execution of the project for the benefit of the school, and 31 others in the area.

President of the Association’s Class ‘94, Mr. Iliaro Benedict, who felt highly elated about the turnout of dignitaries, said it was a great pleasure to have been deeply touched by the kindness shown them by attending the foundation laying ceremony of the proposed 100-seater ICT Centre being constructed for their Alma mater.

“As if it was just yesterday, it is now six years we have been looking forward to give back to the school that actually made us who we are today.”

Mr. Bright Onyebuchi, legal practitioner and project manager of the ICT, said the Centre when completed will be equipped with modern facilities and standby generating set to avoid disruption during lessons.

He said the aim of the project is to make the children of the community computer literate and to link them to the outside world through the internet.The centre, he also explained would be fitted with modern furniture,including light and fittings, adding that the Alumni are also embarking on the upgrading of the toilet facility, which he said, had overtime not been
maintained.


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