Senator Adeyeye Pledges Five Percent Of His Properties To Ilesa Grammar School, Ilesa

A Chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and a Senator who represented Osun Central Senatorial District between 2011 and 2019,Prof Sola Adeyeye, at the weekend pledged to donate five percent of his will to his Alma Mater, Ilesa Grammar School, llesa.

The notable politician made the pledge while speaking at the grand finale of the 90th anniversary of the school.

According to him, “When we return to America, by the grace of God, we will do what the whites are doing. I will change my will. I will put Ilesa Grammar School as part of those who will inherit me after death.”

“That is what they are doing over there. Every student gives something back to the school.The secondary school of my wife in Ifewara will also benefit from our will. We will give Ifewara where my wife graduated and my town in Ora

By the grace of God, five percent of my estate will go to Ilesa Grammar School, five percent will go to the University of Ibadan, and five percent will go to Ora Grammar School. Our children do not need money again,” Adeyeye said.

“I will rewrite my will to ensure that the school gets from my will.

“I have been praying to God that I want to be on a roll call of honor.”

“I don’t collect awards because, in Nigeria, awards are deceitful. There is no office you get to that you will not see that the governor has won the Governor of the Year award. Nigeria now become rubbish as if we are cursed.”

“Two months ago, my wife and I wrote our will. I came to collect this award from America because I’m no longer living in Nigeria. I paid over 6,000 dollars to come for the award. When we return to America, by the grace of God, we will do what the whites are doing.

Professor Adeyeye was accompanied to the event by his wife, Prof Mojisola, the Director General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration Control (NAFDAC).

Meanwhile, the National President of the association, Engr. Obisesan Daramola commended the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, who had laid the foundation for the building of the secretariat he promised the association.

Also, the chairman planning committee and national vice chairman, Dr Wale Bolorunduro, disclosed that the association has launched N1 billion endowment fund for the upliftment of their Alma Mater and N200 million cash has been raised for the myriads of projects including staff quarters

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