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Mayoress Princess Samiat Abolanle Bada Distributes Educational Materials to All 12 Public Primary Schools in Ikosi Isheri LCDA

The streets of Ikosi Isheri LCDA yesterday and today witnessed a heartening sight as Princess Samiat Abolanle Bada, the Executive Chairman, embarked on a mission to distribute educational materials to public primary schools. Dressed in the respective uniforms of each school visited, Princess Bada's gesture resonated with the spirit of new beginnings, reminiscent of a fresh intake eager to embark on their educational journey.

This annual intervention, facilitated through the Mayoress Educational Support initiative, aims to enhance learning opportunities for young students across the community.

As a witness to this remarkable event, the symbolism of Princess Bada donning the uniforms of the respective schools added a touch of sincerity and camaraderie to the proceedings. Her attire served as a visual representation of her solidarity with the students and staff, fostering a sense of unity and inclusivity within the community.

Accompanied by the members of the executive council led by the Deputy Mayor Hon Olayinka Ogunleye, and the Legislative team led by Hon Yunusa Salami, the Management team led by the council Manager, members of the party, communities, and the Mayoress Educational Support initiative.

Princess Bada have visited six out of the twelve public primary schools yesterday and today, with plans to continue the distribution to the remaining schools tomorrow. Each visit was marked by enthusiasm and warmth, as students and staff welcomed their mayoress with open arms.

The distribution ceremony was a seamless affair, with Princess Bada and her team ensuring that each school received an array of essential educational materials. From bags to books to mathematical sets, these supplies are poised to enrich the learning experience of students across Ikosi Isheri LCDA.

The reaction from both pupils and head teachers was one of delight and appreciation. For the students, seeing their mayoress dressed in their school uniform was a moment of pride and excitement, further reinforcing the significance of the occasion. Head teachers lauded Princess Bada's commitment to education and the Mayoress Educational Support initiative, recognizing the tangible impact it has on the lives of their students.

In an interview, Princess Bada emphasized the importance of leading by example and connecting with the community on a personal level. She expressed her belief that education is the cornerstone of progress and development, and her decision to wear the school uniforms was a reflection of her dedication to fostering a supportive and nurturing learning environment for all students.

As Princess Bada continues her mission to distribute educational materials to the remaining schools today, her actions serve as a testament to her unwavering commitment to the betterment of education in Ikosi Isheri LCDA. Through her leadership and compassion, she continues to inspire hope and positivity within her community, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of its residents.

Ola Salisu

Lagos Community News

January 30, 2024


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