Ondo Philanthropist Institutes N50,000 Cash Prize Each To Two Top Impact School Graduates

By Dupson Collins, 18th August, 2022

A philanthropist and Chief Medical Director (CMD) of the Sckye Hospital, Akure Ondo State, Dr Thomas-Wilson Ikubese has instituted a yearly cash prize of N50,000 each for the valedictorian in Impact High School and the best graduating pupil in Impact Primary School.

The CMD, a parent at Impact College is a notable philanthropist in the Sunshine State who has used his resources and hospital Facility to provide free medical assistance to the less privileged in the society.

He made the promised during the 7th Valedictory Service of Impact High School & 17th Prize Giving Day of Impact Preschool & Primary School held at the school premises in Akure, the Ondo State capital.

Speaking, Dr Ikubese said, the yearly Cash Prize to the best graduating student and pupil of the citadel of learning was to further encourage and motivate students in their academic performance.

” In an effort to motivate and encourage both the students and pupils of Impact School, on a yearly basis, the best graduating students in the college and best in the primary section will receive cash price of N50,000 each”.

In the same vein, Mrs. Ade-Unuigbe also instituted another yearly prize of N50,000 to the valedictorian of Impact High School, while the School Principal also instituted another yearly cash prize too for the valedictorian.

Addressing the graduands, Mrs. Unuigbe, the Executive Director of the school congratulated the graduating pupils and students for a successful completion of their studies, saying the graduation ceremony is a stepping stone to a higher calling for all of them.

The Principal of the school, Mr. Daniel Japheth commended the graduands for academic feats recorded, adding they have again set a good record for the school with their outstanding performances in the just concluded external examinations.

Meanwhile, in her lecture, the Police Public Relations Officers, SP Funmilayo Odulami-Omisanya urged school administrators to ensure safety of lives of students and teachers by providing emergency exit doors and adequate security within the school premises.

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