Contribute to the development of Your Alma mata-President, Kogi Customary Court Of Appeal tells Old Students


Kogi State President of the Customary Court of Appeal, Justice Siyaka Momohjimoh Usman has called on old students to always contribute positively to the development of their alma mater.

He made the call at the weekend during the golden jubilee of Egbira Community Secondary School, Ogaminana.

Old Students Of Egbira Community Secondary School, Ogaminana in group photograph

Justice Siiyaka who was the Chairman at the occasion, said it was necessary that old students bring back some harvest to their former school in appreciation to God and humanity.

The President Commended Governor Yahaya Bello for the infrastructural development in the school, commended the government for the recovery of land which was earlier taken over by some people.

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He said the celebration was worthwhile despite some challenges, saying the school has witnessed great achievements as shown through its products in various positions of human endeavors.

According to him, the contribution of the missionary in the growth of the school cannot be over emphasized and Stressed the need to maintain the credibility which the school was known for.

In his speech, the President General of the Old Students Association, Doctor Yekini Abdulmalik said the golden jubilee celebration was meant to take stock of the journey so far with a view to charting a way forward.

The President General called for more commitment towards making the school greater and expressed appreciation to the dignitaries and old students for making the programme a success.

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Also Speaking, Chairman of the planning committee, Alhaji Ohiku Zubair of the 1988 set, said the programme was properly planned with awards to former students who have distinguished themselves in their chosen careers.

Prominent among them is Comrade Austin Ochu who was conferred with the Worthy Ambassador award.

The Head of Current Affairs, Radio Kogi, Comrade Samuel Atuluku and Engineer Ahmed Enesi Dauda, the Chief Vehicle Inspection Officer in Kogi State, who are old students of the school attended the grand finale.

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