The leadership of National Association of Ogun State Students has rejoiced with its grand patron, Dr. Teniola Adesanya as he clocks 38 years of age.
The students in their congratulatory message to the philanthropist, stated that he had supported hundreds of indigent students to achieve their educational pursuit through award of scholarships.
The National President of NAOSS, Comr. Ogunrombi Oluwagbemileke in a statement issued and made available to newsmen on Monday said, Dr. Adesanya’s plan to raise 90 millionaire between the space of 10 years will encourage students to put in more efforts in their educational career.
The National President stated that the grand patron through his NGO known as Teni Africa Foundation, donated N10,000 each to 500 families in Lagos State.
He added that, Dr Adesanya also donated N5,000 each to another 100 families in other to cushion the effect of lockdown in the country.
According to him, his NGO gave N5000 relief funds to 200 families in Ijebu Itele in Ogun State and also distributed 1000 bags of bags of rice across the state.
The statement partly reads “The leadership of the National Association of Ogun State Students(NAOSS National Body) felicitates with our Grand Patron and a mentor per-excellence, Dr. Teniola Adesanya.
“As a modern day philanthropist, Dr. Adesanya had in recent years shown a pragmatic approach to changing the society, especially the education sector where hundreds of students benefited from his benevolence.
“Not only did he supports the less privileged undergraduates, as the Group Chief Executive of Oxford Group Nigeria, Dr. Teni in his dream of raising 90 multi millionaire in space of 10 years is integrating our graduates into the Nigeria economic clime, giving them a lifeline of hope even when the institutions they finished from refuse to tap into their potentials.
” Some of our students are beneficiaries of his scholarship programmes being our Grand Patron and some would still benefit in the scholarship, bursary and employment opportunities which we are grateful for. Our dear association will be better placed in the coming months all thanks to our loving Grand Patron.
“He believes in the resourcefulness of our graduates and gives them opportunities to thrive in his company by employing them and helping them grow as well.
“We on this day rejoice with a purpose driven man whose insatiable appetite to build the youths increases every day.
” In the wake of the COVID19 pandemic, Dr. Teniola has taken to the social media to avail the students and the youth opportunities to take free training on their courses of interest online so a to ensure the time being spent in the lockdown is not wasted.
“Through his NGO, Teni Africa Foundation, he gave N10,000 to 500 families in Lagos which was followed by giving another 100 families a sun of N5,000 each to ease the financial hiccups that comes with the lockdown. In Ogun State, his NGO gave N5000 relief funds to 200 families in Ijebu Itele. He also shared 1000 bags of rice in Ogun State.
” Knowing fully well that the world is bound to limp with economic woes after the pandemic, the energetic Dr. Teni has been engaging youths on the social media on what to expect after the pandemic and how to get over it as a nation.
“Recently he was live on his Instagram page to share his experiences on the journey which brought Oxford Group Nigeria to the limelight.
“We enjoin other friends, family and associates in wishing you a wonderful happy birthday once again sir”.