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Orile Agege Community High School 89/91 Gifts Alma mater, Old teachers goodies to celebrate anniversary 

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The 89/91 set of the esteemed Orile Agege Community High School, Ogundele Street, Oko Oba, Agege, Lagos led by the President Mr Ishola Saheed Kolawole, a native of Abeokuta, Ogun State, Happily Married with Great Kids, recently celebrated a truly momentous occasion, marking a remarkable eight years since their reunion and an impressive 30 years since their graduation.

This significant milestone was commemorated with a grand celebration, replete with various activities that catered to all, showcasing the set’s enthusiasm and dedication to their alma mater.

The festivities kicked off on Saturday 18th May, 2024 with a thrilling novelty match at the Ladoje playing pitch, which saw Team B Captained by Hon.Peter Oluwatoyin and Salau Nurudeen(Asst Captain ) to emerge victorious with a 5-3(Penalty) (after full and extra time of 1-1) goal margin, setting the tone for a day filled with excitement and nostalgia.

Subsequently, the President and Governing Council took the stage to present awards to deserving students across various categories, including excellence in English, Mathematics, and Sciences, and the Overall Best Student, recognizing the academic achievements and potential of the younger generation on Friday 24th May,2024.

Additionally, teachers and non-teaching staff were recognized and gifted for their dedication and service, acknowledging their vital role in shaping future leaders’ minds.
A poignant Jumaat service was held at the Markaz praying ground, where the association received special prayers and blessings, seeking divine guidance and protection.

The celebration was a nostalgic journey for many, as old friends reunited after three decades, sharing stories and memories of their time, reminiscing about past experiences, and rekindling long-lasting bonds. The event culminated with a heartfelt thanksgiving ceremony at The Citadel of Jubilee Assembly at Caromy event centre, Powerline Omoroga Street, Meiran, Lagos where the Re-Union came together to express their gratitude to God for the journey thus far, acknowledging the blessings and opportunities that have shaped their lives.

The Grand Celebration held at the Newly constructed multipurpose hall and in attendant :
1. Mr. Ishola Saheed -President
2. Mr.Sotayo Seun-Chairman
3. Mr. S. Adefamoye-Sec Anniv.
4. Mr. G. Osunronbi.
5. Mr. Monsuru Rasaq .
6. Mr. Sola Sawyer.
7. Mrs. Iyabo Famuyiwa
8. Yeye G. Oredipe.
9. Mr. Niyi O’tunwase.
10. Mrs. K. Poppola
11. Mr. Jamiu Ologundudu
12. Mr. Olanisha Abiodun
13. Mr. Olaniyi Ayeni
14. Mr. Folasayo Williams
15. Mr. Luqman Timson
16. Mrs. Bose Adeyemo.
17. Mr. Tumininu Adenusi.
18. Mr. Shina Iginla.
19. Pst. Seye Sonde.
20. Mr. T. Ogunsakin.
21. Mr. Saheed Olaoye
22. Rev. Akin Olatokun
23. Mr. Rafiu Bolajoko.
24. Mrs. Olaitan Ilesanmi.
25. Pst. Femi Sam Ituah
26. Mrs. Elizabeth Richard.
27. Mr. Sola Fateru.
28. Mrs. Esther Aofolaju.
29. Mrs. Kehinde Amusa
30. Mr. Afiz Yunuz
31. Mr. Ademola Olatokun
32. Mr. Nurudeen Salau
33. Mrs. Roseline Bamigboye
34. Mrs. Love Akinremi
35. Mrs. Wosilat Oyeleye
36. Mr. Oluwatoyin Peter.
37. Mr. Oladele Orija
38. Mr. Shina Adagunduro.
39. Hon. Idowu Akinola
40. Miss. Oluwakemi Tendi
41. Mr. Lateef Bamisebi

TEACHERS
1. Mrs. Adeleke Serifat Abimbola
2. Egwuonwu Elizabeth J. O(Mrs)
3. Aladegbeye Christianah Olayide (Mrs).
4. Mr. Johnson Oyewale Oyeyiola
5. Alhaja Chief (Mrs) Nimota Teleola Durojaiye
6. Pa. Abraham Olufemi Sowunmi
7. Mrs. Zansi Olufunke Dada
8. Mr. Olayinka Awokeshinro
9. Pst. Alimi Abel Akinlabi.
10. Mr. Adepetu Harrison Adefusi
11. Hon. Banjo Sunday Ademola
12. Mrs. Komolafe Roseline Mojisola
13. Elder Ezekiel Ayinla Akinleye
14. Mr. Bowale

15. Hon, Johnson S. Babatunde (Chairman Orile Agege LCDA)
16. Alh. Mumuni Risqat Motunrayo (Current Principal)
17. Mr. Akeem Shittu (Alumni President)

This remarkable celebration was a testament to the enduring spirit of the 89/91 set and their continued connection to their alma mater, demonstrating their commitment to giving back and supporting the next generation of leaders. The event was streamed live on Facebook to let our colleagues and family in the diaspora and outside Lagos watch live.
The event served as a beacon of inspiration, showcasing the power of friendship, and the unbreakable bonds forged during formative years.

The next Re Union promise to be more unique and entertaining.

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OSSAP-TVEE, Ministry of Labour Signs MoU on Skill Development

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The Office of the Special Assistant to the President on Technical, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Education (OSSAPTVEE) Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Labour and Employment on the development of skills among youths in the country.

The ceremony, which took place at the office of the Minister of Labour and Employment, Hon. Nkeiruka Chidubem Onyejeocha, was witnessed by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry, Mr. Ismaila Abubakar, directors of the Ministry as well as the OSSAP-TVEE Team.

In her brief remarks before the signing ceremony, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Technical, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Education, Madam AbiolaArogundade, expressed delight at the signing of the agreement describing it as a milestone in the collaborative development and upscaling of skills in Nigeria.

Madam Arogundade, who noted that the percentage of the high-skilled labour in the country currently is at the abysmal low of 15 percent, added that her office is currently engaged in  conducting  a skills mapping survey across the 36 states of the Federation to identify relevant skills required in the Job Market,  

She also pointed out that her office is in collaboration with the TETFUND and the National Bureau on Technical Education (NBTE) both to ensure adequate funding support for its programmes and the Certification of Vocational Skills beneficiaries for proper job placement, among other programmes currently being executed by the office.


Article 3 of the MoU,
requires the two bodies to collaborate to achieve an effective and efficient implementation of the President’s 8 point Agenda with respect to Job Creation by creating a descent and sustainable jobs per year to Nigerians, particularly the Youths and to work together to achieve the goals of Labour Employment and Empowerment Programme (LEEP).

This, according to the Article, include the creation of 2.5 million jobs annually especially in the area of vocational and entrepreneurship skills, collaborate among themselves on planning, execution and evaluation of LEEP by ensuring the effective utilization of the resources and expertise and to coordinate regular meetings and progress reports that will be scheduled to assess the achievements and challenges of the programme.

While Article 5 of the MoU also confers on the OSSAP-TVEE the responsibility of  conducting  a skills mapping survey to identify relevant skills required in the Job Market, the Offices agrees to develop a comprehensive curriculum aligned with the identified skills and to oversee the certification process as contained in Article 4  subsection 2 of the MoU.

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Biola Arogundade Gives Hope

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Abiola Arogundade oozes class and panache no doubt; meeting her for the first time will sweep you off your feet as her oratory and highly cerebral prowess will attract you to her. All her life, she is a result-oriented person as he talks less and believes in more action.

The Ondo State-born lady, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on technical vocation and entrepreneurship education, cut her teeth first with the British House of Commons from 2004 to 2009, where she served as a Policy Researcher and Adviser for the All Parliamentary Party Group for Africa. Where she advised on critical Foreign Direct Investment matters, presenting comprehensive analyses to influential figures, and steering high-stakes discussions on debt relief and governance-related issues in Africa.

 She also served at the Lagos State Government, as the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Economic Planning from 2009 to 2015. Her tenure was marked by pioneering the establishment of the Evidence-Based Impact Assessment Unit, where she meticulously analysed budget allocations’ effects on the economy, redirected funds for maximum impact, and presented comprehensive reports to the executive council. Last weekend on the 8th of June, in her capacity as SSA EVEE, she once again showed the stuff she was made of when she unveiled her Unleash Potentials, Driving Economic Potentials U-Lock Programme while participants graduated after months of intense training and they were presented with startup grants worth N500,000. The event which was held at Asokoro, Abuja had an attendance of over 120 participants, including top government officials, aides, ministers and other captains of industry. Arogundade disclosed that the U-lock program was conceptualized to bring hope to the youth demography and also teach them the potential of learning handiwork and transit from the white-collar world to creating jobs and employment through unlocking potentials. She also gave out solar-fitted mobile kiosks to winners. She also through the Corporate Affairs Commission CAC registered their businesses and also ensured they opened a bank account with Providus Bank to ensure smooth transactions and free flow of funds for economic gains.  

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Nwobi Hails Dumo-Lulu Briggs At 60

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Ms. Rosemary Nwobi, the Corporate Affairs Officer of Platform Petroleum, recently conveyed her warm wishes for Chief Dumo Lulu-Briggs, the Chairman of Platform Petroleum, on his 60th birthday. Her heartfelt message highlighted Chief Lulu-Briggs’s tremendous philanthropic endeavors and his unwavering commitment to improving his community and the people around him. She described him as a remarkable individual, accentuating his selfless nature and willingness to assist anyone in need, regardless of their background.

Ms Rosemary Nwobi also lauded Chief Lulu-Briggs for his significant impact on the lives of many, noting his generosity and dedication to nurturing talent and empowering others. She added that the Rivers State High Chief and the Chairman of Platform Petroleum Limited is a remarkable person whose impact can be felt by all sundry, especially those whose paths have crossed his. She further divulges that he is one of the few detribalised men who does not care about your background before taking a chance to assist when anyone is in need. She writes, “On the occasion of your birthday, I celebrate the millions of lives you have impacted through your generosity and your heart of gold. I want to celebrate you for making yourself readily available and making sure that those around you tap from your affluent repertoire of knowledge and wealth of experience. Chairman sir, you have created a platform for men and women to grow and you have given us your wings to fly and soar on which shows how selfless of a man you are. Your sheer generosity and your ability to spot talents have made many grow from influence to influence. As you celebrate today may you continue to grow in good health and wealth. I celebrate God’s grace and greatness in your life.”

It was gathered that the Celebrant Chief Dumo Lulu-Briggs who is also the paramount head, of Oruwari Briggs War Canoe Houses of Abonnema, the Chairman of Petroleum Limited and the CEO of DLB Group of Companies is set to begin a sequel of activities to mark his 60th birthday as he will be celebrated to the high heavens by friends, family and associates in the coming weeks.

 

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