Olanrewaju Ariyibi Foundation Donates Borehole Project To Ijaiye, Iteesi Ake Community - AMEBO ONLINE NEWSPAPER


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Olanrewaju Ariyibi Foundation Donates Borehole Project To Ijaiye, Iteesi Ake Community

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.....A survey conducted by Nigeria’s Bureau of Statistics and UNICEF shows millions of households in Nigeria do not have access to clean water sources. 

Abeokuta - Lanre Ariyibi Foundation has donated a borehole project to the residents of Ijaiye and Iteesi Ake community in the state capital of Ogun State. 
Lanre Ariyibi Foundation is a non governmental and non profitable  organization,  registered in Nigeria towards working to provide access to safe drinking water and proper sanitation to assist in providing sustainable solutions to water problem in Nigeria especially Abeokuta South state through free consultation and free direct water projects. L.A.F is able to provide simple, effective and affordable solutions to water sanitations problems to people in urban and rural communities in Abeokuta.

Since Government can not do it all alone, the goal and focus of the Lanre Ariyibi foundation is to assist in eradicating poverty, reducing child's illiteracy and sensitising on proper hygiene in Nigeria.  

The Borehole Project was commissioned by Hon Ayodeji Michale Shomide, Transition Chairman, Abeokuta South Local Government among other notable leaders in the community.

A graduate of mass communication from the famous The polytechnic lbadan, he was born into the family of grassroots politician, Otunba Adesola Ariyibi of Lugbabi compound, lditawa, Ake, Abeokuta south Local Government area of Ogun state. 

He had his secondary education@African Church Grammar School in Abeokuta before proceeding to Moshood Abiola Polytechnic for his National Diploma. He got his Higher National Diploma from Ibadan poly before proceeding to Chester University of Pennsylvania in USA  to study psychology. He values education and further his study @Harris School of Business, linwood, New Jersey USA  where he got another  Diploma as Physician assistant.  

The foundation which has her mother company doing wonderfully well in United State is trying to reciprocate the good benefits for his people back home especially his constituency which recently distributed JAMB form to some students, got them registered, and organized coaching classes for the examination. The leadership of Abeokuta south local government, headed by Hon Somide Ayomide and  Alhaji Nurudeen Ayorinde  who is Secretary to Transition chairman of Abeokuta LG were aware of his laudable gesture in the community.

The philanthropist believes that education is the only vehicle to close the gap between the rich and the poor hence his focus on the development of the youth and the less privileged.

According to him the gesture is his contribution to the Egba tradition of education as the best legacy for a child.

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