Tazan Foundation Donates educational materials to GSS Ogaminana, in Kogi State

As part of the continuous efforts to combat the declining state of poor reading culture and enhance the quality of education


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Tazan Foundation Donates educational materials to GSS Ogaminana, in Kogi State


As part of the continuous efforts to combat the declining state of poor reading culture and enhance the quality of education at the grassroots, the Tazan Saahibfatiu Onimisi Foundation, on Monday July 26, put smiles on the faces of students of Government Science Secondary School, Ogaminana through the donation of some stationeries, ledger notes, and dictionaries. 

 

The Foundation, which has been known for its humanitarian and developmental initiatives, has impacted lives positively across various sectors such as health, motherless babies’ homes, the less privileged and aiding quality education to local communities in the state.  

 

Presenting the educational items to the school management, the Foundation’s CEO, Ambassador Tazan Sahibfaatiu Onimisi, represented by Ajibodi Muniru Majeyibo, said the outreach is targeted at supporting the government systems at all levels to add value to education at the grassroots.   

 

Receiving the writing materials and other vital items from the Foundation, the principal, Mr. Suberu Jimoh Omananyi, expressed his appreciation for the kind gesture extended to the college by the Foundation, assuring them that the items donated will be judiciously used for the purpose it is served. 

 

Also speaking, the Vice-Principal (Academics), Mrs. Grace Ochu, commended the Foundation for distributing the educational items to their students, adding that if this kind of initiative was extended towards the education sector by other influential in the society, it would have gone a long way in encouraging them in their studies. 

 

Our Kogi State Correspondent reports that the students, who were filled with joy after receiving the educational materials, thanked the foundation, saying the gesture shown to them will further help boost their morale to read and study more.

 



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Odimayo Olatunde Frederick
graduate of Mass Communication and Kogi State Correspondent of Fresh Angle International Newspaper
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