AGSOSA To Foster Progress, Uplift Underprivileged


BY GLORIA USMAN, ABUJA – The Anglican Grammar School (AGS), Okenla Ifo, Old Students Association (AGSOSA) is ready to drive sustainable development in their Alma mater and help the under privileged of society.

Coming together as a team to pursue their noble goals are the 1982 to 1987 sets of students from the institution.

Public Relations Officer of the Association, Mr Henry David outlined their proposed plans in a statement made available to newsmen in Abuja on Thursday.

According to the statement, the reunion was packaged courtesy of support from a former teacher in the school and contestant in the 2018 Ekiti State Gubernatorial Election, Dr Adeleye Olusegun.

The statement said the Old Students are keen on using the forum to help develop the institution as a way of giving back their quota to the society.

It also said the Association is working on establishing a Cooperative that would attend to the needs of the underprivileged members and by extension the larger society.

In his comments, facilitator of the meeting, Mr Ademola Akindele said the coming together of the Old Students was in line with Federal Government Economic Recovery Growth Plan (ERGP).

Akindele said the reunion would also position its members to tap into numerous developmental plans of President Muhammadu Buhari’s vision of alleviating poverty by targeting specific groups for empowerment.

He therefore enjoined the Old students to shun noncommittal attitude towards the Association given the inherent benefits to be derived by all concerned.

The statement listed Clergymen, Lawyers, Doctors, Accountants, Estate surveyors, Pharmacists, Lecturers, Civil Servants, Events Managers and Captain of Industries as the AGS Old Students of 1982-87 class that graced the meeting.

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