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Olofimi Olani, Ibadan

Two students at Ibada Seminary-St. Ann School finished second and third in the Queen Commonwealth Essay Competition.
Semirila Onabanjo, president of the seminary: St. Anne Girls’ Association National Association, spoke at the association’s annual general meeting / luncheon held at Ibadan School.
She added that the two girls were awarded scholarships for their performance.
Onaban said: “We are delighted to have our first entry into the 2021 Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition with our students Deborah Olatunji and Mariam Lawal.
“Adela Bangbose, the owner of the Center for Higher Education, has given them a scholarship to study at a higher level. Thank you very much.”
SSASOGA members say they will not stop supporting their students until the former school is fully restored.
The school’s older girls have done a number of projects at the school, and some are still working, he said, calling for members who have not contributed to the school’s development to start.
“There must be an alternative funding system for schools,” Onabanjo said. The people (members of the public) are tax heirs, the federal allocation is not enough to take care of all sectors. The bottom line is that the government does not have enough money to support the education sector.
But if necessary, we will support the government until we can win our school for ourselves.
She urged SSASOGA members to continue their support for the school. He also called on those who are just beginning to contribute to the development of the school.
Professor Adebis Sonim, former head of the Department of Archeology and Anthropology at the University of Ibadan, said the older girls were involved in infrastructure development and should have invested in future generations to ensure that students do not lack a teacher. School.
Dr. Wale Babalakin, President of the Ibadan College of Old College Association of Government College, said in an interview that the government should release the alumni associations that can run the schools.
According to Babalakin, not all alumni were able to manage their schools because they needed more resources.

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