Kwara First Lady Charges Parents On Importance Of Education

Parents have been charged to take the education of their children as their top priority as this will enable them to achieve their full potentials.
The charge was made today Thursday 18th February by the First Lady of Kwara State and Founder of Ajike People Support Center Ambassador Dr Olufolake Abdulrazaq at a sensitization program on the importance of education for parents tagged Operation Birth a Dream held at Sentu Village in Ilorin East Local Government Area of the State.

While sensitizing the parents present at the event, the first lady of kwara State who was represented by the Executive Director of the Ajike People Support Center Alhaji Abdulganiyu Opeloyeru highlighted the efforts of the State Government at ensuring that all children of school age get qualitative education enjoin parents to seize the opportunity presented by the government to better the lot of their children by enrolling them in school.
The first lady also used the occasion to commend the teachers and parents in Sentu community for embracing the sensitization exercise.

Earlier the founder of Changing Lives Charity Miss Moruf Amidat thanked the first lady for her support saying the gesture will further encourage Civil Societies Organization to engage in community development programmes .
In his address the headmaster of Sentu Village primary school Mr. S. O Salami on behalf of the school thanked Ambassador Dr Abdulrazaq and Changing Lives Charity for bringing the programme to community adding that the pupils will make good use of the items presented to them.

Items presented to pupils at the event include; stationeries, writing materials and school bags.

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