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Rotary Club Of Ikeja Alausa 2020 Essay Contest Winners Emerges

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Rotary Club of Ikeja-Alausa have today announced their winners of the Online Essay Competition which started on the 15th September, 2020, borne out of the international rotary calendar year with September set out as the literacy month, as they roll out cash prizes for the winners in their meeting venue at Ikeja, Lagos State.

At the close of submission of entries which was on Friday 25th September, 2020, there were 251 students that participated but the best piece of write-ups stood the test of time to claim the coveted awards although all candidates will get an e-certificate of participation nonetheless.

14 students write up stood out in their modalities on how to make Nigerian great, and their articles were published on the official website of the club.

Only one participant joined the conversation online, because he is at Minna state with his mum due to relocation hence the online participation alternative.

Following the successful presentation of Prize award, medals and certificate to the top three winners, the Rotary Club president was full of praises and euphoric for his team, individual contributors who made the event possible.

He applauded, “Congratulations to the Rotary Club of Ikeja Alausa Chairman Project and her team for pulling this Essay competition through within a very short time.”

“Rotary Shola, thank you for sponsoring the Cash Prizes, Rotarian Muyiwa Fagbola, thank you for your unrelenting support, All Board members that attended the event, thank you for your time and human resources.”

“Rotarians, Jide Ojo, Sunny Owoh ( in house official photographer), Henry Akwara , Bello, Ariyike, Bouazizi ( in house MC ), Morenike (Our cakes mama) My VP kudos and myself too. Kudos to us all, he elatedly remarked.”

Participants’ whose articles were published includes; entry details: Ademosu Oluwatimilehin Michael (Kings College), Nathaniel Oyelola (Lagos Baptist Academy), Tamunoemi Faye-Harry (Deeper Life High School Lagos), Olugbodi Precious (Florin High School Ejigbo), Kalu Mercy Ojo (Ijeshatedo Senior Grammar School), Chijindu Ndubisi (Navy Secondary school), Ahmad Abdulrahman (Father O’Connell Science College), Jide-Ojo Kitilopemi (Babington Macaulay Junior Seminary), Ola-Obagade Precious (The African Church Model College Ifako-Ijaiye), Nwobi Promise Ozioma (Susu College Nkpor Anambra state), Emmanuella Azubuike (Early Height College), Kenneth A. Nyong (Government Secondary School Maitama Abuja), Aishat Anjolaoluwa A. (Agege Junior College Iloro Agege Lagos), Mohammed Islamiyat Mojisola (Adam Yakub Memorial High School)

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Bizman And Popular Oyo Politician, Abisoye Fagade Loses Mum

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Abisoye Fagade, prominent businessman, PR guru and new age politician, is bereaved.

 

His mother, Deaconess Comfort Omoladun Fagade, died on Sunday, June 13, 2021, after a brief Illness.

 

She was aged 78.

Fagade, the CEO of Sodium Group and convener of Oyo Si Ma Dun, OSMD Network Summit, took to his social media handles to mourn his mother.

 

 

According to him, “Goodnight Mummy. You were a mother indeed, an Abiyamo tooto. You were my teacher, my prayer champion and my intercessor. You were so beautiful in and out. Thank you for everything. Adieu, Mummy mi.”

 

 

A devoted Christian and doting mother, Deaconess Fagade trained as a teacher, where she distinguished herself as a professional with selfless focus and instinctive humanitarian mission.

 

Upon her retirement from the teaching service as an headmistress, Deaconess Fagade devoted the rest of her life to the service of God, the church, her family and humanity.

 

 

A native of Ibadan, Oyo State, she was widowed after the death of her husband, Pa David Oladokun Fagade, in August 2005,

Deaconess Fagade is survived by six children and many grandchildren.

 

 

Her burial ceremony has been slated to hold on August 5 and 6, 2021, in Ibadan.

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Aregbesola Floats Children Educational Foundation, Says :No To War Mongering

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Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola has appealed to Nigerians beating the drum of war to consider children, who he says are always the victims of war who suffer the most at such venture.

 

The Minister stated this at an event tagged ‘An Evening with Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola’ organised to mark the 2021 International Children’s Day by his mentees codenamed ‘Omo Ogbeni’ whose lives have been impacted positively by the former Governor, in Abuja, on Thursday, 27 May, 2021.

 

“I am appealing to parents, beyond whatever government can do, that they should strive to provide good education to their children. Older parents who ‘suffered’ to send their children to school reaped a bountiful harvest from their labour.

 

“I am also appealing to those beating the drums of war to note that children are always in the frontline of the victims of war. They carry the scars, less in the body than in their minds, of untold sufferings, the loss, dehumanisation and maiming of parents and loved ones, a childhood destroyed and worse still, many of them ending as child soldiers.

 

“The heart-rending story was told of the conflicts in West Africa of not too recent past when the warlords forced children to kill their parents and rape their mothers, in their macabre and satanic ritual of recruitment.“

 

 

As part of activities marking this year’s International Children’s Day celebration, a number of children from the State of Osun and other important personalities who attended the event extolled the virtues of humility, fairness, philantrophic and courage of the Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, saying they were inspired by his style of leadership when he was the Governor of the State.

 

 

According to them, the then Governor as a lover of children, especially those of the less privileged homes gave them courage to aim high in their education and life careers.

 

 

In his response, the Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, in a speech titled, “Children, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” said he decided to celebrate this year’s Children’s Day with extraordinary children with their wonderful mothers, especially those he had encounter with when he was Governor due to his passion for the Nigerian children.

 

 

“Children must be celebrated not just one day but everyday of the year,” Aregbesola said.

 

 

The Minister called on all Nigerians to lay a good foundation for children, noting that “the children of today are the leaders of tomorrow and the foundation we lay for them today will determine the future of our race.”

 

 

He added that he made education the pivotal focus of his administration when he was privileged to be Governor of the State of Osun in view of his desire for strong foundation for children.

 

 

 

Aregbesola said his Ministry was committed to the protection of school children from kidnappings across the country, through the efforts of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC).

 

 

“Worse still, access to good education is still a challenge for many children. As we speak, 10.1 million children are out of school in Nigeria. The prospect is there for some of them to end in the hands of bandits, terrorists and insurgents,” he stressed.

 

 

High point of the event was the pronouncements of OmoOgbeni Educational Foundation by the the Minister which he kick-off with a donation of N5 million for the less privileged children in Nigeria.

 

 

He also used the occasion to announce a scholarship for one of the children, to any level.

 

 

Earlier in his remarks, the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Interior, Dr. Shuaib Belgore described the Minister as one with a strong sense of compassion and fairness, as well as an ‘Exceptional and fantastic personality.

 

 

Belgore added that he had enjoyed a seamless working relationship with the Aregbesola, which he said had culminated in the numerous achievements so far recorded by the Ministry and its Services under his watch.

 

 

Other notable dignitaries at the event included the Senators representing the State of Osun, the Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Service, Mohammad Babandede, Senator Shehu Sani, among others.

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Adekunle Adegunle Global Foundation Launches News Website, In Commemoration With International Widows Day

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Adekunle Adegunle Global Foundation is one of the Non governmental organization whose vision is to create a just society, a society where everyone can thrive, announced today the launch of it’s official website. 

 

 

The official website offers quick and easy access to essential information and features that offers a more comprehensive understanding and it’s user friendly.

 

 

The new website with features of how to be a volunteer, donation, Past Project and upcoming projects create basic understanding for user’s.

 

 

The official url of Adekunle Adegunle Global Foundation is  https://aagf.org.ng/ Kehinde Adeleye the media director announced.

 

 

“We are excited about our new website launch and the robust information it provides for public, sponsors, upcoming partners and the media to better understand what we do at Adekunle Adegunle Global Foundation said Mrs Adegunle Hauwa Abiola, Co-founder Adekunle Adegunle Global Foundation.

 

“We believe that this new website will allow our visitors and the public to have a very informative experience as we continue to grow in extending our hands of love to widows, people with Special needs and the less privilege around us.”

 

 

“The foundation official website will be updated on regular basis, volunteers, sponsors, media partners are encouraged to explore the website at https://aagf.org.ng/, there’s also a link for donations through the website.

 

 

 

About Adekunle Adegunle Global Foundation

Adekunle Adegunle Global Foundation was, founded on the 20th of July 2015 with only 5 widows by providing them foods stuffs on weekly basis haven realised the hardship they go through to meet ends need. Gradually they started inviting other widows to come benefit from what they are enjoying and few years later we incorporated the name.

 

 

Barr Adekunle who strongly believe in an egalitarian society in an interview …https://bit.ly/3uMd52u said the purpose of establishing AAGF was as a result of the challenges faced by widows

For more information please visit https://aagf.org.ng/

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