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Rt.Hon Akinfolarin Mayowa donates gigantic structure for the commencement of Idimango secondary School.

In furtherance of his desire to give back to his constituency Rt. Hon Akinfolarin Mayowa Samuel who is currently representing the good people of Odigbo, Ile-oluji & Oke-igbo federal constituency recently donated a 10 (ten) blocks of building for the kick off of a new secondary school that was relocated to Idimango community, Ore, Odigbo LGA.


The people’s representative donated the structure as part of his contribution towards enhancing and improving the standard of education .

According to Comrade Johnbosco Olusola ,who also doubles as Hon Mayowa’ s aide and a resident of Idimango community said the gesture was a good one and part of Hon Mayowa’s efforts to give back to his constituency.

Speaking further, Comrade Johnbosco said this has afforded the Igwe of Odigbo LG politics opportunity to contribute meaningfully to the educational development of his constituency and Ondo state at large.

The principal of the school ( Barrister Tosin Ademo), thanked Rt. Hon Akinfolarin Mayowa for his contribution and impact towards the kick off of the school saying posterity would remember him. He said this is commendable and the School Authority appreciate our Hon Akinfolarin Mayowa’s kind gesture in complementing government’s efforts towards placing ondo state amongst states at the forefront of standard education.

Mr Akinrun Segun, who is the Secretary of Idimango community development said Rt. Hon Akinfolarin Mayowa gesture would afford children in Idimango community the opportunity to enjoy qualitative education without much stress before getting to the school.

Idimango community residents through the Chief Imam of the said community ( Alhaji Emitomo) and one of a foremost political leader in the said community ( Mr Faleye Sule) expressed appreciation for the charitable act of Rt. Hon Akinfolarin Mayowa. They also solicited for more support from the Chairman, Committee on Federal Road Safety Corps in terms of restoration of Idimango community electricity and others.

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