Methodist Comprehensive High School Old Students Celebrate 40th Year Of Graduation


…Unveiled Remodeled Block Of Classrooms Project

Newton Anthony 

THE 1984 set of old students of Methodist Comprehensive High School, Aaye Ekiti, recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of their graduation from the school, even as they renewed their commitment to the development of their alma mater.

Since its inception, 50 years ago, the school has produced students with academic excellence and high moral standard which stand them out among their peers, in and outside the country.

The set, as part of activities for the event and their resolve to develop their alma mater, on Saturday 6 April 2024 unveiled a remodeled block of classrooms project which will be handed over to the school authority soon.

During the event at CITRON Hotel, Onireke Ibadan, the president of the ’84 set, Kulepa Waheed, said the set has recorded some achievements in terms of projects delivered to the school and assistance rendered to some members.

He charged members to give room for healthy competition among different old students in terms of project execution and welfare programmes.

“It gives me great joy to be in the midst of those who are highly appreciative of what the almighty God and their alma mater have made in them and who equally find it necessary to give back to ety for the overall benefit, progress and wellness of the human race.

” I commend the ’84 Set Old Students Association for deeming it fit to give back to their alma mater.

“Your effort and an altruistic act is well appreciated on behalf of the entire old students’ populace and the school,” he said.

In his remarks, a member, CSP Oluwole Ojo (Rtd) appreciated all members both within and in the diaspora for their contributions towards developing the school.

In his speech, Kayode Adeniyi (TNT) urged the members to cooperate more with the school and governing board, be more committed and be consistent in organising reunion programmes for the rapid development of their alma mater.

The high points of the event were health talks, security tips, presentation of gifts, followed by the singing of old-school songs anchored by Kemi Osho now Mrs. Obadara.


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