Galaxy Television Menu

Ogun Customs Supports Pupils With Uniforms, Writing Materials

Ogun Customs Supports Pupils With Uniforms, Writing Materials

In order to support and encourage children in border communities to have quality education and later turn to successful individuals in the society, the Nigeria Customs Service in conjunction with a non governmental organization has embarked on distribution of school uniforms and education support materials to selected pupils and schools in border communities.

A total of one hundred pupils from five different primary schools at Idiroko and Ipokia areas of the border communities has benefitted from the programme.

Speaking during the presentation, held at Ipokia local Government School one and two, the Customs Area Comptroller, Ahmadu Shuaibu who was represented by his Deputy in charge of Administration, Charles Ogunesan urged the pupils to face their studies and encourage their parents to monitor, support and nurture them to greatness.

The Education Secretary of the Ipokia Local Government, representative of the non governmental organization and other stakeholders in attendance highlighted the significance of the programme.

Beneficiaries and their parents also expressed appreciation to the Nigeria Customs Service, Ogun 1 Area Command for assisting them in building their future.

Related Articles

The following 6 pages may interest you as well: