The Chief Official Photographer to the President, Bayo Omoboriowo, in appreciation of God’s blessings, has began giving again to the society.
His state governor, Dr. Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State, has inaugurated some blocks of school rooms renovated and geared up by Omoboriowo at Ijero High School in Ekiti State.
The ceremony was attended by firstclass conventional rulers, group and political leaders within the state.
Speaking with newsmen on the event, Omoboriowo stated he was compelled to present again to the society, particularly college students, as a result of God had favoured him by giving him the privilege to work with President Muhammadu Buhari.
Apart from the huge renovation he carried out by means of his Bayo Omoboriowo Foundation in Ijero High School, he empowered college students in his hometown with 1000 totally loaded faculty baggage and writing supplies.
“Bayo Omoboriowo Foundation was birthed as a response to one man’s unwavering desire to continually seek improvements in the general well-being of not just himself, but his immediate environment and society at large,” he stated.
Fayemi, who can also be the chairman, Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF), known as on all indigenes of the state to emulate the philanthropic gestures of Omoboriowo.
He additionally urged those that are properly to do within the state to affix arms along with his administration to develop Ekiti, including that the duty of improvement couldn’t be left to the federal government alone.
Fayemi stated: “This state belongs to all of us. You know what they are saying a few village mentioning a baby and taking a group to construct a state.
“So, what Bayo (Omoboriowo) has performed is exemplary and I believe that different public-spirited Ekiti little children, Ekiti residents, Ekiti lovers must also contemplate and do inside their very own numerous areas of jurisdiction.
“Bayo will not be a faculty instructor, however he was introduced up by academics and that’s the reason he felt he wanted to present again and went to Kabiyesi to debate the opportunity of giving again to colleges within the society.
“Look at what he has performed. I encourage all Ekiti indigenes, wherever they might be primarily based, you don’t even need to have gone to high school in Ekiti; those that have even gone to high school in Ekiti are much more compelled to take action.
“I see a lot of alumni associations doing that; they are all contributing their quota. But individuals can also adopt a school.”