Educational materials worth over N500,000 were recently distributed by Victor Mobolaji Adewale (VMA) Foundation to students of public primary and secondary schools in Oke-Oro Ekiti, Ekiti State.
VMA Foundation a non-governmental, owned by Chief Victor Mobolaji, an international businessman offers Medical outreach, education services, vocational training, agricultural and economic empowerment to the aged, younger children and less-privilege in the society.
The event which was held at the community hall Oke-Oro Ekiti was attended by His Royal Majesty Oba Alex Adebukola Aina, Owa of Oke-Oro Ekiti, High Chief Femi Oyebanjo, the Aro of Oke Oro Ekiti and other dignitaries.
Speaking at the event, Chief Akinrogun said that the foundation was organised to support the less privilege in the society and it has been on it over the years.
“It gives us great pleasure to support the students in Oke-Oro Ekiti. We consider educating the younger ones a top priority. The more we can support programs that enrich their educational experiences, the better.”
He maintained that the foundation has also spent millions of Naira on economic empowerment while also supporting people with health challenges in the country.
While urging privilege people in the society to always support the needies, Akinrogun said the foundation will not relent on its efforts at ensuring a better lives of the people around.
Owa of Oke Oro Ekiti, Oba Alex Adebukola Aina, commended Akinrogun for his gestures and urge him to continue to be a good ambassador of the community.
“We are proud of you, your gesture will go a long way in assisting the younger ones who are the future of the community and I want to urge you to continue your good deed.
Other speakers at the events including the students and parents lauds VMA foundation for the gesture and pray for more breakthrough.