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40th Graduation Anniversary : 1981 Set Of Iwo Grammar School Meet, Identify Areas To Support Alma Mater

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The 1981 stanza of the Iwo Grammar School Old Students Association, IGSOSA, in Iwo Local Government Area, Osun State have retreated their commitment in contributing to the development of their alma mater.

The 1981 set who came together from all walks of life gathered at the school on Saturday, to celebrate their reunion and 40th graduation anniversary.

Speaking to newsmen, the President of the IGSOSA 1981 Stanza, Alade Adeleke said they are not only celebrating their 40th graduation anniversary but also ready to put together efforts in transforming the school by providing some of their needs.

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He said they have met with principal and some other officials of the school in order to hear from them their most priority needs, promised that they will do their best to ensure that students of the school learn in an enabling environment.

According to the president, ” Apart from contributing our quota as 1981 stanza of Iwo Grammar School Old Students Association’s projects we have also identified project that we will execute as a class.

“After seeing the dilapidated chemistry laboratory of this school we have decided to refurbish it in order for science students to learn their scientific practicals at ease ” he said.

“During our days as students of this school , our laboratory was at the same level with university standard” he added.

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Adeleke further explained that One of the reasons why they decided to organized their 40th graduation anniversary inside Iwo Grammar School premises was to encourage students that going to school is not only about reading and leaning but to prepare themselves for the future.

He, however, enjoined members of the 1981 stanza who have not been attending their meetings to join them in supporting development of the school where they had their secondary education.

“Those who are in diaspora are very supportive, they are cooperating with our stanza more better than those in Nigeria ” he said.

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Hammed Tajudeen is the editor in-chief of Blaze News, holds Higher National Diploma(HND) in Mass Communication, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

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