The authority of the Park British School on account that Government alone cannot effectively meet all the requirements of the Citizens has volunteered to donate its corporate social amenity package to the Ladi Lak primary school, Randle,Apapa, in conjunction with the Apapa Local Government.
The authority of Park British school and some students paid courtesy visit to the Executive Chairman, Hon.Adele Elijah Owolabi at his office. The visit was interactive as the students asked the Council chief questions on ban of motor cycles and tricycles at designated roads in Apapa and border closure.
Hon. Adele appreciated the students and school management for their their gesture which was altruistic. He said the ban on Okadas and keke Marwa was in the interest of the residents because it is an attempt to fortify the security in Apapa environment and Lagos state at large. Most of the Okada riders have abused the privileges of sourcing their means of livelihood by engaging in robbery and sent many innocent to grave. He assured them that all security apparatus have been beefed up to curb attendant negative effects of the ban.
Adele responded to the issue of border closure that it is meant to boost local production of Nigerian agricultural sector. More so there is ECOWAS protocols which were duly followed.
The donations of various items such as izal,sanitizers,books were handed over to the Executive Secretary, Alhaja Fausat Toyin Olawepo at Ladi- Lak primary school premises by the Council boss and Park British school.
On the entourage of the Chairman were the Vice Chairman, Hon.Kevin Gabriel Oluwaseun; Supervisor for Works and Housing, Hon.( Barr.) Ben Mokwuoye: Head of Public Affairs, Mr Olaniyi Marwa was in the interest of the residents