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MHSO @ 60: Old students move to raise funds, address infrastructural decay

The Old Students Association of the 60-year-old Methodist High School, Owo (MHSO). Ondo State, has taken a bold initiative to restore the glory of the school through fundraising to address numerous problems, such as infrastructural decay.
In a statement signed by the head of the media team for the 60th anniversary, Kasali Obanoyen, it said for the first time in the history of the school, a major push is being made outside government to raise money to help reshape and rescue the school from its current sorry state of infrastructural decay.
According to him, the push behind this resurgence in rerobing the school is being spearheaded by the Akinola Osuporu-led executive of the old students’ association.
He said a fundraising event was held last week at the school’s auditorium, adding, “the whole idea is to prepare for the 60th anniversary slated for the first quarter of 2025.
“Osuporu’s magnanimity, administrative acumen and managerial ability are the attributes helping him to steer the ship of the association to a successful harbour.”
Obanoyen disclosed that the fundraising event came up as a precursor for the anniversary, where the public is expected to support the school, as the old students worldwide are also poised to plough back to the institution that has helped to define who they are for the most part their lives.
“We all hope that the event will evoke a linkage of true feelings of tenderness and nostalgia about MHSO at a time of needs like this, when the 60th anniversary of the school is just around the corner,” he stated.

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