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Asaju inaugurates motorized borehole at Oriade South LCDA



Reports indicate that, in a remarkable demonstration of community collaboration and commitment to education, the Chairman of Oriade South Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Hon. Ademola Asaju, has inaugurated a newly commissioned motorized borehole, generously funded by the Elefosan Grammar School Old Student Association, Class of 1993.

In a Press statement made available to NEWSVERGE, the inauguration ceremony, held recently, marked a significant milestone in enhancing the community’s access to clean and safe drinking water. The borehole, a testament to the generosity and dedication of the Elefosan Grammar School alumni, stands as a symbol of their enduring commitment to giving back to the school and the wider community as part of their 30th year reunion and graduation anniversary.

While speaking, Asaju expressed his gratitude to the Elefosan Grammar School Old Student Association for their selfless contribution towards improving the lives of the community members. He highlighted the invaluable impact of the motorized borehole on the daily lives of the residents, emphasizing that clean water is a fundamental human right and an essential resource for health and well-being.

During the inauguration event, Chairman Hon. Ademola Asaju made a significant announcement that further showcased his commitment to education. He pledged to personally sponsor the WAEC registration fees for the four best-performing students from Elefosan Grammar School. This initiative underscores his dedication to empowering the youth and promoting academic excellence within the community.

He expressed his belief that education is a powerful tool for societal transformation and progress. By alleviating the financial burden of WAEC registration, he aims to encourage the students to excel in their studies and fulfill their potential.

The event was attended by members of the Elefosan Grammar School Old Student Association, community leaders, teachers, students, and residents. The sense of unity and shared purpose was palpable as they came together to celebrate the achievement and to witness the positive impact of collaboration between the school’s alumni and the local government.

In his address,Asaju commended the Elefosan Grammar School Old Student Association, Class of 1993, for their dedication to improving the lives of the community members. He underscored the importance of such partnerships in fostering sustainable development and empowering future generations.

As the motorized borehole stands as a testament to the spirit of community engagement, the Chairman’s commitment to supporting education through the WAEC registration initiative exemplifies his vision for a brighter and more empowered community.



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