In continuation of his efforts to make school premises safer for students, YINKA AKINWALE FOUNDATION, A non Governmental Organization (NGO) on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 visited Anglican Grammar School, Otan-Ayegbaju, to sensitize and distribute hundreds of face masks, sanitizers and Infrared Thermometer to the school.
Cordinator of the Organization, Mr Biola Afolabi, who led the team, educated both the teachers and the students on how to make use of the items distributed and also pleaded with them to observe all the protocol of Covid-19 as given by both the State and the Federal Government.
While commending, Governor Gboyega Oyetola for his foresight and prompt response to the pandemic when the index case was discovered in the state, saying that, Covid-19, could have caused an unimaginable damage in the state.
“Kudos must be given to the Governor for his quick intervention. His response and the way he managed the pandemic remain mysterious to me personally till today”, the coordinator said.
He, therefore, solicit support for the administration of Governor Oyetola, saying, the best for our state is now. He urged the teachers not to relent in given our children the best they can, in order to build a more prosperous future.
The team moved to Oke-Iragbiji Grammar School 1&2 on Thursday 24th of September, with hundreds of Covid-19 preventive materials.
Both the teachers and the children commended the organization and urged others who God has blessed in the society to emulate Yinka Akinwale Foundation.
Yinka Akinwale Foundation, is a Non-Governmental Organization that has been given palliative to the less privileged in the society, most especially in Osun state. They have distributed, food items, given PMS to Okada riders and many other items including cash donations during shutdown period and many more programs to be implemented.
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