Highbeekay Foundation donates borehole, street lights to Ago Iwoye community

A non governmental organisation, Highbeekay Foundation, has donated a borehole and street lights to Ago iwoye town in Àkúré South Local Government Area of Ondo State, in a bid to illuminate and ensure that the community has access to clean water.

While commissioning the projects, the Project Manager, Comr. Ogundipe Seyi, on Monday, December 4, 2023, disclosed that the same projects had been replicated in other communities in the state since 2017, adding that food palliative had also been charitably distributed to Ondo State Students.

He noted that the founder of the foundation, Amb. Samuel Titilayo Ibukun, executed the projects as part of his philanthropic gesture to aid humanity.

Expressing their profound gratitude, occupants of Iwoye community, unanimously extolled the foundation for extending the kind gesture to their community, while they prayed for the speedy success of the Convener.

Oguntodu Olajide, one of the stakeholders, in his remark, urged individuals to complement the assiduous efforts of the government, stressing that government alone cannot solve all the problems of mankind.

However, the key of the bolehole and the remote control of the solar panel lights were handed over to the Olu-Iwoye.

In attendance were —Hon Oguntodu Olajide Minority leader House of assembly, The Olu of Iwoye, Sao of Iwoye, Comr Afe Ezekiel OSYN coordinator, Mr Oluyi Akintayo President oodua youth coalition, Comr. Afe National President, Akure Students, Pastor Oluwole Steven, Comrade Oyelade NAOSS Natl President, Comr. Olusa Christopher PRO OSYN and award winning Guinness book of record, the mother of the facilitator Mrs. Ibukun, Members of Nans Ekiti, Naoss National body, and the Director of Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency.

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