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By Dipo Olowookere

Popular philanthropist Mr Babatunde Olaogun has been praised by the management of Ogbomosho High School in Oyo State for donating GCE forms to his students.

On Thursday, October 13, 2022, the socialite distributed 50 GCE forms to high school students to help them in their quest for the results needed to pursue higher education.

In a letter of appreciation signed by the Deputy Principal (Academics) of Ogbomosho High School, Mr. Oladotun Opadokun, a graduate of Lagos State University (LASU), was commended for his belief in education.

“To be a son of the soil, to come home to lay such a philanthropic foundation is not only worthy of emulation, but highly commendable and much appreciated,” the statement read.

The school noted that “For us, this act of kindness is not just a show of philanthropy, but clearly an indication that you believe in the saying that education is the best inheritance.”

“The students who benefited from your kind gesture are also very grateful and express their sincere gratitude to you.

“On behalf of the management of Ogbomosho High School, once again, we thank you wholeheartedly and we pray to Almighty God to continue to provide for you,” the letter further states.

Recall that on February 14, 2022, Mr. Olaogun spent Valentine’s Day with the residents of Mom Orphanage Home and Stagi Cornerstone Orphanage in Lokoja, Kogi State.

He explained that the gesture was because he was “on both sides at a Valentine’s Day love party, and to be honest, the feelings on both sides run deep and the emotions run high. “.

“This year, Valentine’s Day being a work day, I decided to take time to spend a small part of the day with the motherless babies.

“It’s basically a breakthrough attempt to make these young people feel loved, remembered and needed even in society at large, especially during the Valentine’s Day jamboree when everyone spreads the love,” he added.

“Let me use this medium to reiterate that I will strive to continue to reach out to the oppressed no matter how little,” the microbiologist added.

A month earlier, the grassroots politician and environmental scientist was with elderly people to celebrate his birthdayJanuary 13.

He was at the Old Market in Lokoja to celebrate his day with the elderly, giving them something to eat to make them feel very important.

“This donation initiative, as you may know, is not new in my history, although it is the first in Lokoja.

“However, I am encouraged and convinced that it is better to give when you have, but that it is much more rewarding to give when you don’t have.

“For me, I don’t have everything. But I’m relying a lot on that part of Scripture that says, “Give, and it will be given to you,” he said.

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