Taloskibo Foundation Donates Furniture to Oshodi Comprehensive High School

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A group, Taloskibo Foundation has donated a number of furniture sets to the Oshodi Comprehensive High School for the school library for the use of the students.

The foundation, which was founded by an alumnus of the school, Alhaji Taoreed Adedigba (aka Taloskibo) said the gesture is geared towards giving back to the society and ensuring that students of his alma mater study in a conducive atmosphere.

Some of the donated furniture

Alh. Adedigba said he felt happy to be able to contribute his quota to the school and implored other alumni to follow suit, noting that there is nothing too small as he promised to do more for the school and the society at large.

While presenting the furniture, he said “I and other alumni are here, on behalf of Taloskibo Foundation, to present these sets of furniture to the library of our school. I believe this gesture will further make the students comfortable when studying.

He continues, “this is our first project since we set up the foundation and we shall also impact the junior high school as well. While we were here as students, the school was one but now it’s been divided into Junior and Senior high schools with different principals. This is the school that trained me and I am happy being able to help”.

The Principal of the Oshodi Comprehensive Senior High School, Mr Akinlosotun, while receiving the items appreciated the foundation and the founder, Alh. Taoreed Adedigba, for remembering the school and providing the sets of furniture.

The National President of Oshodi Comprehensive High School Alumni, Otunba Ganiu Hamzat, also said he was elated when informed that a 1993 alumnus of the school will be presenting furniture sets to the school. He thanked the foundation and prays for more blessings.

Also contributing was the 1993 sets President and a member of BOT, Mr Ayo Majaro, who equally applauded the donor for his thoughtfulness and passion for the development of their alma mater.

Equally present in the short but eventful presentation were Engineer Lawal Ajibola, Mr Adewale Akera, other BOT members and alumni.

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