By Sodiq Lawal
Group of young men and women under the aegis of Ife Ooye Leo Club is set to reconstruct toilet and some classrooms of Saint Paul Anglican School Ayelabowo in Ile Ife that had collapsed and abandoned for over a year.
In an exclusive interview with Ife City News Today, the President of the Club, Leo Adedoyin Ologbenla attributed the dilapidated buildings of the Schools to the nonchalant attitude of the state government.
The Club promised the residents of the ancient city to fasten the rebuilding of the collapsed buildings.
The president said that the restructure of the buildings would be done before the commencement of next academic session.
He said the Buildings would be furnished with modern facilities to encourage easy learning for boarding students and reduce the rate of prevalent students’ failure in schools.
Ologbenla added that the Club had renovated School laboratories, procured science equipment and materials to many secondary schools in the ancient city.
He said “part of the schools were Oduduwa College, St Paul School and feeding of some students at Ilare area, we also donate to the beggars at Oja Tuntun, we organized skills acquisitions program on the production of liquid soap, donation of hospital items to Olomowewe and many others.”
The Club however called on well-meaning Nigerians to assist them both financially and materially to support the reconstruction of the toilet and classrooms of the school.