Ajibola Celebrates As Iseyin School For The Special Needs Clocks 18
The Proprietor of Iseyin School for The Special Needs, who is the Political Head of Iseyin South Local Community Development Area (LCDA), Hon. Ajibola Raheem has sent a note of appreciation to lovers of the school and education stakeholders in Iseyin community as the institution clocked 18years recently.
The educationist cum politician penned his appreciation to those that have stood with the school since its establishment till date, stating that their pillar of support have metamorphosed into students that have graduated from higher institutions of learning successfully and others that have gone into successful private works.
In the appreciation note, made available to The Chronicler Newspaper on Saturday, Ajibola also noted the efforts of members of staff from those that were pioneer teachers and non-teaching staffers, saying their inputs did not go into waste.
“We thank the Lord Almighty for having taken us this far, Our School is 18th this year.
“Our appreciation goes to notable individuals like Mr Adeboye Subuloye, Adeniyi Subuloye, Adedoja Julius Gbemileke, Adefabi Dasola Fadiran, Alhaji Sadu Balogun, Alh. MF Alalukimba, Hon. Biodun Adeola Olasupo, Alhazan Ogundeji Abiodun, Mrs Braimoh Folashade Agoro, Hon. Saheed Adejare Yusuff, Alhaji Asiru Basiru Amoo, Hajji Aminulah Shittu, Mr. Ademola Wasiu Adebayo and Mr. Muraina Akeem Olatunji.
“Others worthy to be mentioned in the list for appreciation include Mr Ismail Alani, Prince Semiu Adewole Azeez, Mr. Oludayo Ogotuntun Isola, Mr. Babalola Akeem Iwalesin and Comrade Fabunmi Marcus.
“We thank you and many others personalities that have contributed in one way or the other and I am glad to inform you that your contributions are not in vain, as our students have been graduating from various higher Institutions of learning. In fact, some have started giving back through their Teaching Practice at their Alma matter while those into Technical works are doing wonderfully well in their chosen careers.
“Comr. Bamikunle Rasak (a.k.a Baba 70) is my friend and a role model to our Students, he is a person with Disability, a graduate of pure and applied Chemistry from LAUTECH, Ogbomosho but today he’s a philanthropist, role model and community Leader, we appreciate your support of all times.
“To all our staff ranging from Teaching staff, care givers , drivers and so on, we say a very big thank you.
”I can’t thank you enough, I will forever be grateful for your support of various kinds. A dupe ooo!” the message read.