Alumni urged to give back to alma maters

By Lola Omowaye and Bukola Olamona
Alumni have been urged to emulate the good example of the founder of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM), Dr. Daniel Kolawole Olukoya and return to develop their alma maters in order to contribute  to  the quality of education in the schools.

The Head Mistress of Saint John CAC Nursery and Primary School, Oke-Igan, Akure, Mrs Catherine Ayodele  stated this while appreciating the efforts of an  ex-pupil, Dr Olukoya for his continuous support to the school at ensuring that the pupils learn  under a conducive atmosphere and  environment.

Recently, the General Overseer MFM ordered that a total overhauling and  renovation of the school’ s building and provision of necessary facilities in the school be put in place on or before January, next year.

According to Ayodele, in  year 2010, the man of God demolished all the old buildings in the school and built new ones  fully tiled and on his recent inspection, he also directed that other places that  were dilapidated  be renovated.

She believed that Nigeria’s education can be improved upon when alumni return to develop their almamater, saying most schools will be less dependent on government to maintain.

Ayodele said the fact that the government school has produced such individuals have brought glory to the school and made it more popular.

Some of the pupils who spoke with The Hope separately, Sunday Toluwalase, Blessing Afeni, Desola Olorunyomi, and Victoria Bamisile expressed their joy, saying’ I feel happy.  I am very excited that I met Pastor Olukoya that rebuild our school’.

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