NAPPS unveils Ultra-Modern Estate and Foundation for 1,500 hall capacity




By Muyideen Yunus

The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools, NAPPS Lagos Chapter has fulfilled one of its lined up programmes promised during the association electioneering campaign before assuming the office.

This was disclosed at the unveiling and launching of the NAPPS ultramodern estate and 1,500 capacity hall event held Wednesday, December 6, 2023 at Oke Eri Owu Ikosi, Agbowa, Lagos State.

While giving the thanksgiving speech at the event, the outgoing President, Chief Amusa, appreciated the efforts and support of the past executives of NAPPS for the landmark achievements the outgoing executives have been able to record in the four years of the tenure and wish more could be achieved in furtherance on the projects on ground and more to the glory of the association and benefits of humanity.

The newly elected President, Alhaji Yusuf Alaka however expressed his joy at the enormous achievements NAPPS has been able to achieve so far while pledged to continue to fly the flag higher.

“The achievements recorded by my predecessor and the members of his executive team is awesome and can’t be underestimated. It’s an encouraging one and I’m optimistic that more shall be achieved by God’s grace with this incoming administration.”

The representative of Aleyeluwa Oba of Oke Eri Ikosi Agbowa, Obayomi Aseremi Nelson Ogunlari, Ogundalu 1, who is the royal father for the host community also expressed the community’s gratitude to NAPPS for the face-lift and developments the association has brought to Ikosi Agbowa and its environs.

He further expressed the community readiness to continue to support NAPPS and every individual or organisation who is ready to help in the growth of the community and the upliftment of his people.

The high point of the event was the unveiling of the Ultra-Modern Estate and Foundation of 1,500 capacity unique hall by the representatives of the Oba Aleyeluwa in the presence of the council of High Chiefs and other NAPPS executives.

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