OLD STUDENTS OF IGBOTAKO COMMUNITY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, INAUGURATES NEW EXECUTIVES
Written by awawa on October 27, 2021
- Editor, Smile Igbekele
Old students of Igbotako Community Grammar School, Igbotako in Okitipupa Local Government Area of Ondo State have been admonished to relieve the parents by taking over government levy commonly known as P.T.A levy.
Igbotako based legal practitioner, Barrister Oluremi Olabiwonnu gave this admonition while performing the swearing in ceremony for the pioneering executives of the Old Students Association of the school on Tuesday.
Olabiwonnu reasoned that if student population of the school was about 500 and each paid the sum of two thousand naira, that would amount to one million naira.
He posited that in over forty years of existence, the school must have produced not fewer than five thousand students and if each paid a sum of two thousand naira, a huge amount would be generated yearly for the development of their alma mater.
In the opening remark, Chairman of the ceremony, who is also an old student of the school, Barrister Dr. Jimoh Ibrahim advised the students to be courageous in order to attain greatness.
He wished the students good luck, praying that they will become leaders in the society.
The immediate past President of Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, who served as the Chairman of the electoral and inauguration committee, Reverend Dr. Ayo Oladapo, identified with some of the old students who had made unsuccessful attempts to constitute the association.
He appreciated members for reposing confidence in him and committee members.
The inaugurated President, Doctor Segun Ayodele, in his acceptance speech, while appreciating the old students for choosing him viewed his position as a great challenge.
The Rebuja of Osooro, Oba Shadrack Gbadebo Bajowa; the PTA Chairman, Chief Bade Olowoselu; Principal of the school, Pastor O. V Omotan, staff and students graced the ceremony.