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Saturday, 26 August 2017

PHOTOS: N-POWER management commends community project of volunteers

A delegation from the Federal Government's Social Investment Program, N-POWER, Friday, paid an acclamation visit to volunteers who organised remedial summer classes for pupils in SSS1 to SSS3 in Ilesa East Local Government area of the state of Osun.

Talking amid the visit, Mr. Afolabi Imoukhuede, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Job Creation and Youth Employment, who was spoken to by N-POWER Project Adviser, Mr. Kabir Aregbesola praised the volunteers for completing the group benefit, which is outside their essential task.
Volunteers of the NPOWER activity in Ilesa East neighborhood Government with agents of the NPOWER administration amid the visit to St. Margaret's Secondary School 1 on 25/8/2017

"You are satisfying the very substance for which N-POWER was made, that is, increasing the value of the group where you serve. You are paid a token for contributing emphatically to your groups.

"I'm glad to know you haven't quit working on the grounds that the schools where you serve are on vacation. You concocted this superb activity to offer back to the general public, for this, N-POWER is supported," Afolabi said.

(L-R), Representative of Osun NPOWER Focal Person, Ms. Toyin Akinpelu; Project Adviser NPOWER, Mr. Kabir Aregbesola; Head Strategic Communications, State of Osun Governor's Office, Mr. Kikiowo Ileowo; Director of Schools, Osun Ministry of Education, Mrs. Olufunke Adeyeye and the aide executive in a similar service, Mr. Akinloye Oyebanji

He proceeded with, "We need this to fill in as case to different recipients in different zones of the state and in the nation on the loose. The pith of this activity is to make a stage where individuals can serve their group, and you have given in a region that is unquantifiable. This will in no little way enhance the execution of students in Ilesa East. We are pleased with your exercises and it will be compensated."

Prior, the Chairman of N-POWER volunteers in Ilesa East, Ojo Oladimeji while conveying his appreciated address said 30 among a sum of 496 volunteers sent to Ilesa East are partaking in the showing exercise which all the while holds in three schools; St. Margaret's Secondary School 1, St. Margaret's Secondary School 2 and Obokun High School.

A NPOWER volunteer showing her understudy amid the visit to St. Margaret's Secondary School 1 on 25/8/2017

"Sir, 700 understudies are by and by profiting from this free summer instructing school. The understudy cuts crosswise over SSS1-SSS3. We bundled the program to keep our understudy occupied all through this occasion period. We began on the 1 of August and would like to wrap this up on the 31 of August."

Then, the magistrate for Education in the territory of Osun, Mr. Kola Omotunde-Young who was spoken to by the Director of Schools, Mrs. Olufunke Adeyeye valued the Federal Government for putting resources into different social projects.

"N-POWER is our very own redesigned variant Osun Youth Empowerment Scheme, OYES. We thank the Federal Government for making this plan accessible, as volunteers in the state educational system have reliably included an incentive by giving quality and quantitative training to our understudies in essential and optional schools.

Omotunde-Young stated, "This kind of intercession could be the main redeeming quality for some understudies when it's an ideal opportunity to compose their last examination. In the interest of the state, I thank you for your sacrificial administration."

Dignitaries who went to the gathering incorporates Deputy Director Schools, Osun Ministry of Education, Mr. Akinloye Oyebanji; portrayal of N-POWER central individual in Osun, Ms. Toyin Akinpelu; Head of Strategic Communications, Policy and Economic Team of the Governor, Mr. Kikiowo Ileowo; Host Principal, St. Margaret Secondary School 1, Mrs. B.A. Komlafe; Principal, St. Margaret Secondary School 2, Dr. Mrs. R.O. Aluko; Principal, Obokun High School, Prince Ogunmoke; delegates of the National Ofi

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