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The Chairman and Founder of a non-governmental Organization (NGO), Irorun Movement, Engr. Tajhdeen Olalekan has handed over 6,000 note books to the transition commitee of Abẹokuta North Local Government.
Ishola’s gesture was in support of free education policy of the Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun.
Ishola, the founder of Irorun movement while handing over the books , told the transition commitee Chairman Prince Tunde Tella , Head of Local Government Administration, Alhaji Tajudeen Olusesi and heads of departments in the Council on his motives to assist the young ones with writing materials and other educational facilities.
He said his gesture was in line with the “Building our future together”, agenda of the Governor.
While receiving the copies of note books in the presence of other Transition commitee members, Head of Local Government Administration (HOLGA), and the Directors of departments in the Local Government, Prince Tella reiterated the need and his commitment to partner with NGOs, and others in restoring past glory to the public schools.
He promised to facilitate the distributions of the note books to the students in all the public schools in Abeokuta North Local Government, so as to support the free education policy of the present administration in Ogun State.
The Secretary to the Abeokuta North Local Government, Hon. Tayelolu Egbeyemi thanked Engr. Tajudeen Ishola for his philanthropic gestures.
He expressed the interest of government to work with Irorun Movement on other areas that could assist the Local Government fast tracking developments to the grassroots.