The Executive Chairman of Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA, Bldr Sesan Daini continues to provide educational material to schools under his jurisdiction.
Day 2 of his academic support quest saw 7 primary schools; Methodist Primary School Ibeshe, Elepe Methodist Primary School 1, Elepe Methodist Primary School 2, Salvation Army Agunfoye, Local Government Primary School Baiyeku, Local Government Primary School Igbe, and Owode Ibeshe Primary School Ibelefun gained from his program.
So far, 10 out of the 13 primary schools in Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA have benefited.
During his distribution, Bldr Sesan Daini highlighted that sharing academic materials is part of the council’s constitutional responsibility.
He encouraged the pupils to respect their parents, explaining that they are the reason he’s given the privilege to serve, asserting that the pupils should grow to become useful to the community.
In a brief interview with Ikorodu News Network (INN), Bldr. Daini underscored how the council was able to touch 7 schools on Day 2.
He explained that the donation is a form of palliative to reach out across all the 13 primary schools in the Local Council Development Area.
Furthermore, the chairman stated that another key benefit of the exercise is for the council to visit all the primary schools and identify their needs which he plans to provide solutions to.
Bldr. Daini depicted that some promises have been made to some schools in terms of renovation of buildings, construction of toilets, fencing etc., adding that the council would review all projects after the distribution of school items ends.
In response, Teachers of Elepe Methodist Primary School, prayed for the council boss over his commitment to the discomfort of the toilet in the school, thinking highly of his show of concern.
Also, the Head Teacher Of the Salvation Army Agunfoye praised the Chairman for his concern towards renovating the classrooms and toilets in the school.
In all, the Head Teachers commended Bldr. Daini for the educational materials donated to their respective schools, asserting that the project came right on time to aid the students.